I'm currently an intern at Wikimedia Foundation & that fits because I'm a big nerd who spends a lot of time reading articles on weird trivia.
I like bio, fonts, graphic design, dinosaurs, werewolves, tarot, homestuck, graffiti, history of computing & video games, and cartooning/illustration.
Archive.org is a fucking treasure: https://archive.org/details/N64_Magazine_Issue_001_1997-04_Future_Publishing_GB
PowerShell is not bad; just the default settings are not developer-friendly. Look at the awesome list for PowerShell. https://github.com/janikvonrotz/awesome-powershell
1. PSReadLine (for customising key bindings)
2. posh-git (for Git extension)
I love Metrograph's web design. It's pretty minimalist, but also incorporates design elements inspired by print, which lends it personality: http://metrograph.com/calendar/
While some Linux distros are arguably the most secure you can run, there are plenty of ways to help make your Windows or Mac OS installation more privacy friendly. Check out some of the guides here:
This paper "A Simple Explanation for the Existence of Adversarial Examples with Small Hamming Distance" is a gem, and a must read for anyone interested on the increasingly relevant area of adversarial examples https://arxiv.org/pdf/1901.10861.pdf and, on top of that, it's quite funny.
I'm a web/mobile dev. I am, somehow, editing Wiki articles for pay. Queer, trans, jewish latin@, + old enough to have had a Geocities.
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