Some Tips For Mac: Disable Useless Mac Self Start-Up Items – Best Tech Blog for You
Find and delete the files related to “Adobe” via the following path. Most of these startup items are related to Adobe’s auto-update, according to this iPhone fan.

~/Library/LaunchAgents

/Library/LaunchAgents

/Library/LaunchDaemons

/System/Library/LaunchAgents

/System/Library/LaunchDaemons

Enter System Preferences, close Core Sync and Core Sync Helper in “Extension”.
Go to /Applications/Utilities/Adobe Creative Cloud, delete folders of CCLibrary, CCXProcess and CoreSync.
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To Cut My Spending, I Used Behavioral Economics on Myself - The Atlantic
The rule is simple: After I buy something, I log the transaction on my phone, recording the price and what I bought. The idea is to increase the pain of paying, especially with a credit card, by forcing myself to take note of what I’m spending.
economics  finance 
11 days ago
The military secret to falling asleep in two minutes | The Independent
Relax the muscles in your face, including tongue, jaw and the muscles around the eyes
Drop your shoulders as far down as they’ll go, followed by your upper and lower arm, one side at a time
Breathe out, relaxing your chest followed by your legs, starting from the thighs and working down
You should then spend 10 seconds trying to clear your mind before thinking about one of the three following images:

You’re lying in a canoe on a calm lake with nothing but a clear blue sky above you
You’re lying in a black velvet hammock in a pitch-black room
You say “don’t think, don’t think, don’t think” to yourself over and over for about 10 seconds.
sleep 
16 days ago
A short security review of Bitwarden | Electricmonk.nl weblog
vers. Once the server receives the hashed password from your computer/device it is then salted again with a cryptographically secure random value, hashed again and stored in our database. This process is repeated and hashes are compared every time you log in.

The hashing functions that are us
security 
17 days ago
How to Exit Out of Full Screen Mode in Mac OS X
Command+Control+F will exit or enter Full Screen Mode
mac  fullscreen 
17 days ago
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