This past year, my attention has been divided.
Divided between this personal blog and Hacker Bits. Maintaining both meant that I couldn’t give my full attention to either.
So I’ve decided to focus on one and publish my writing on the Hacker Bits blog.
This blog will still be online. However, the majority of my posts have been migrated to Hacker Bits.
I’ll be writing about the same things… programming, data, home and life hacks except they’ll be under the Hacker Bits domain.
Happy hacking, and head on over to https://hackerbits.com/blog/.
The 3×3 system is based on a simple idea:
Budgeting shouldn’t be painful or something you do every day. Budgeting is a special event that you setup once. With this system in place, you can pay bills on time, spend money worry-free and reach your financial goals.
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The IKEA Stockholm mirror has 2 little eyelets on the back off to the left and right. One way to hang the mirror is to measure the distance between the eyelets and put nails/screws precisely lined up with the eyelets. This seems like a recipe for lots of mistakes. I found another solution.
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Assisted GPS is used by most mobile phone devices. It can help improve GPS in poor signal conditions. But what is it? How does it work?
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You own a Windows Phone 7, and you’d like to ignore calls from certain numbers. There’s no need for MarketPlace Apps or special hacks. Read on to configure this easily.
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In July, I posted about how to capture the physical book content using a camera. We’ll go over how to pre-process the captured content to maximize successful optical character recognition (OCR).
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I got an SMS a few days ago with a Get media content now hyperlink. Here’s how to view it.
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Tired of paying for Kindle ebooks? Here’s how you can make your own!
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Are you looking for a quick and dirty way to record steps, screenshots and documentation for your bug reports? Look no further than a tool that comes with Windows: Problem Steps Recorder.
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