Github repo of CTF resources
security  CTF 
4 hours ago
sharkdp/hexyl: A command-line hex viewer
hexyl is a simple hex viewer for the terminal. It uses a colored output to distinguish different categories of bytes (NULL bytes, printable ASCII characters, ASCII whitespace characters, other ASCII characters and non-ASCII).

tools  linux  reverseEngineering 
De-Suckafying Apple’s Butterfly Keyboard | Hacker News
Good suggestions for alternative laptops in the comments
2 days ago
Stacey Flowers - YouTube
Found a Youtube channel of a woman eating on a budget of $50/month. She shares what she eats every day, her monthly grocery hauls, pantry organization, how to keep produce fresh, budgeting tips, etc.

videos  cooking 
10 days ago
Query Parquet files in SQLite
Example of using foreign data wrappers in PostgreSQL and virtual tables in SQLite

sqlite  postgresql  databases 
11 days ago
The Return of the Violin - English Version on Vimeo
Story of how Joshua Bell obtained his current violin.
documentaries  videos 
5 weeks ago
Jerry Hargrove | Cloud Diagrams & Notes
Simplified diagrams explaining each of the services in AWS.
11 weeks ago
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