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  1. I fucks with Bitwarden. Does the job and is free.
  2. Yeah thanks, I have a sata/usb adaptor somewhere from when i had to rescue a hard drive from a broken laptop before. I think I will get back in to using my desktop more and have that as main storage device backed up to iCloud. My laptop can store a lesser amount of stuff and I can survive without having every file on every device at all times. I do have homebrew from trying something a while ago. Hacking the Switch maybe. I have definitely installed a whole load of stuff via the terminal without checking properly what it is and whilst being slightly terrified it could be something malicious.
  3. Lol yeah nerd bragging and torrent hoarding sounds about right. One of the key considerations was the fact that my 11 year old laptop is on it's last legs and liked the idea of potentially getting something with a smallish SSD but that had access to all of my stuff & unlimited storage. I (used to) take a lot of photo and videos and there a lot of things I want to keep forever and add to without maxing out my HD storage.
  4. Looks like fun and guess there is a lot of other stuff you can do with the board once you’re done..? I assume your regular computer can’t be figured to behave like a given piece of hardware as easily as a FPGA can? On a separate note, what do you do for data storage/back up? I looked into setting up a synology NAS a while ago but it would have ended up costing way more money than using a cloud service, and without the benefit of offsite back up. Although I still like the idea of setting one up one day.
  5. This looks cool. I enjoy the analysis part of my day job and am slowly trying to develop my data skills but haven't got to pandas or matplotlib yet. I think this is probably too advanced for my current level but will give it a go..
  6. Thanks, understood. I guess git comes into it's own once you're actually developing stuff. I dumped one of the CSV's into google maps and it populated, which is cool! Obviously this way is is quite straight forward. How else would you think think about displaying the data? I know excel and Power Bi have some map functions but don't know how well they would do with this kind of thing.
  7. Appreciate you doing this... So I have git already installed (Mac OS)... I pasted the clone code into terminal and it cloned. I have some very very basic Terminal navigation skills so I can see the files are there. Is there any advantage to using Git here over just saving the files via web browser?
  8. Personal strategy: I try and stack mostly eth and btc. and then have about 20% in lower cap coins and one or two gambles. I then consolidate profit from these into eth/btc after a surge. The logic being historically a lot of the alts and lower caps just don’t survive long term. Re: Shib It’s always good to take some profits during the euphoria stage. SHIB just did 1m% or whatever so I would move at least some of it to something less volatile. If you think there’s more mileage in it, leave some in, but it’s always good to reduce your risk of total wipeout.
  9. @misteraven I’m assuming this is similar to Monero… I considered buying some Monero a while ago as felt like an obvious direction for people to head in. Once you have someone’s wallet address, and unless everyone regularly changes their wallet address, surely a simple look up will tell you a list of all the places they have shopped at.
  10. Because Robinhood hold the keys and cooperate with the government.
  11. Just picked up some more ankr, trying to get a bit of Nu. I have about 50% of my modest net worth in crypto currency. Tempted to take some more out of my index tracker and buy more crypto but not sure that’s wise.
  12. Thanks for the advice, really appreciated. I feel like my brain leans well towards learning this shit. I’ll get reading and sign up to Linux academy right after I’ve finished this Udemy course. The investment should pay for itself in time... What would your path be after getting certified in those areas? im still very much a beginner but eager to learn. I’ve already seen how just bringing some basic level shit can quickly revolutionise things at work whether it’s data analysis, admin work efficiency or finance reporting and management etc. Sky is the limit.
  13. Jesus I can’t believe how oldskool footage from 2012 looks now. Awesome watch. It’s so hard to sift through most of the bullshit on YouTube.
  14. I ended up doing exactly that earlier and planning to just dca in from here on - thanks
  15. Man I’ve got serious BTC fomo but feels like madness to buy right now.
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