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I wrote a short blogpost about GPG being folded back into my workflow. Part of this was generating a cheat sheet that I've got in a handy place on my monitor when I seemingly forget those crucial commands.

Thanks to clients like Enigmail, Mailvelope, keybase, et-al - I haven't had to remember these in a while. But now that i'm going all in on GPG and CryptFS - seems like a great time to bust out the infographic skills.

Hopefully this will be of use to someone out there in the community.

Happy Crypting!

#GPG #Cryptography

http://blog.dasroot.net/2015-gpg-made-a-comeback-in-my-workflow.html
GPG (Gnu Privacy Guard) is a piece of software that can basically do two things: encrypt/decrypt ever kind of data so that only you or the persons you choose are able to read/use it. sign/verify data so that you can be sure that the dta originates from the person you think it originates from.
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Visual Algorithms II

Steven Halim from the School of Computing at the University of Singapore has, in conjuction with some of his students, developed a page of visual algorithms. These examples allow you to interact visually at your own pace and examine the javascript as it executes.

VisuAlgo was conceptualised in 2011 by Dr Steven Halim as a tool to help his students better understand data structures and algorithms, by allowing them to learn the basics on their own and at their own pace. VisuAlgo is like a 24/7 copy of himself. Together with some of his students from the National University of Singapore (see the "Team"), a series of visualisations were developed and consolidated, from simple sorting algorithms to complex graph data structures and algorithms, and also string+geometry algorithms.

VisuAlgo contains many advanced algorithms that are discussed in Dr Steven Halim's book and beyond (Note: This 'Competitive Programming 3' book is co-authored with his brother Dr Felix Halim). At this point of time, some of these advanced algorithms visualization/animation can only be found in VisuAlgo. For example, in Graph Traversal visualization, we do not just discuss the standard Depth-First Search (DFS) and Breadth-First Search (BFS) algorithms, but also their variants, e.g. the modifications of DFS for finding Articulation Points (Cut Vertex) and Bridges, Tarjan's and Kosaraju's DFS-like algorithms for finding Strongly Connected Components (SCCs) of a directed graph, and we also have feature to visualize the implication graph of a small 2-SAT(isfiablity) instance and check if the instance is satisfiable.

More here: http://goo.gl/SEY6f4

Online traning quiz: http://goo.gl/CuSmhx

Paper (open): http://goo.gl/T0LqWK

Competitive Programming 3 (Book): http://goo.gl/UIYlYK

Steve Halim: http://goo.gl/Ast8Xl



More Visual Algorithms: http://goo.gl/Tr3Sfo
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Lawmakers are poised to introduce a bill to Fast Track anti-user deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership through Congress. If you're in the U.S., you can help us stop them by contacting your representatives or tweeting at congressional leaders to oppose and speak out against this plan.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks are stalling while the White House assures its trading partners that this secret trade agreement won't be amended when it comes back to Congress for ratification after the President signs the deal. That's why the Executive is scrambling to get its allies in Congress to pass Fast Track. If they succeed, the U.S.
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Interesting article but the comments are a cesspool.
 
If you like your gun, you can keep your gun.  You just can't have any ammo.  http://janmorganmedia.com/2015/02/the-fight-is-on-to/
Obama was unable to ban America’s most popular sporting rifle through the legislative process, so now he’s trying to ban commonly owned and used ammunition through regulation. President Obama is using executive actions to impose gun control on the nation, …
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+Colm Buckley I had to quit reading the comments rather quickly, it's... terrifying. 
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I really like this hijacking of technology for the sake of art—ASCII animations that live in your browser's address bar.

http://glench.com/hash

sourcehttp://www.theverge.com/2015/2/23/8089393/ascii-animations-address-bar-glench
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Hey our new game arrived! Oh right... the instructions are in german.

Thankfully it's easy to find english instructions online. Yes, I was expecting this since I ordered it from a store in Germany.
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This is bribery. It should be illegal for companies, such as ISPs, to purchase the influence of government representatives.
All but two of the 31 co-sponsors of a House bill to kill net neutrality received thousands from telecoms in just the last election.
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What worries me the most is when a Republican president is chosen the flood gate will be open for bills like this.
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The World's First Drone Dogfight: http://youtu.be/TQ4ayy-thjQ
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From what I understand, battlebots is about to make a comeback. This would be an awesome event. 
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Finally trying my vietnamese coffee maker! I got this for Christmas from +Zac Schall but I constantly forget to use it. I'm drinking the first glass without ice, I'll probably make another (stronger) glass and add a few cubes.
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+Ryan Mooney​ huh, I'm not sure why I didn't think to use the lid to prevent dripping afterwards... thanks!
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This looks incredibly fun. h/t +William Wallace 
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Thank you for all of the birthday wishes! I had a great day and look forward to the next year.
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Beer braised beef grilled cheese!

 I originally set out to make beer braised beef to be served over rice with oven roasted broccoli [1] but Logan really wanted a grilled cheese so I couldn't help myself... We still had the original dish but Jenna and I shared a grilled cheese as well. 

I really need to work on this preparation, the meat didn't have nearly as much flavor as expected and was slightly dry. This recipe had one medium onion, 6 gloves of garlic, 8oz beef stock, 12oz beer, salt, pepper, thyme, and rosemary. Cooked at 250F for approximately 4 hours. I probably should not have cut the original piece of meet, I hoped to get a better sear on the smaller pieces.

I'll continue to tweak this and get it right, any suggestions are welcome! 

1. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/oven-roasted-broccoli-recipe.html
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+Colm Buckley Oh, that's a good article that I haven't read in quite some time. Thanks for the reminder!

I seared the meat in an attempt to get extra flavor from caramelization. I not sure how much impact this had once it was coated in beer/stock.
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The samosas are delicious. My dish was not as spicy ad expected or desired.
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I enjoyed the ramen but the gyoza and curry rice are superb.
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They have a large selection of deserts, pastries, and other baked items. It's often busy but you can get through the line very quickly.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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The food was incredibly underwhelming; nearly every item tasted, and looked, as though it was frozen or from a can. Everything was very under-seasoned and bland. The eggs were decent, once seasoned, because they were actually cooked fresh. Service was terrible! The waitress kept leaving before we could order for our son, one plate arrived 5 minutes before the others, and we even had to stop our waitress for the check. We have passed this restaurant numerous times and it's always busy. We were shocked with our experience given the number of people that appear to frequent Georgia Diner. We don't plan on returning.
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