I would love to visit a few large cities to interview a few homeless individuals. Help me with this mission by donating (click here). Around the world there is an attack on the homeless and I am not sure why. I’ll admit every so often you do run across someone you should avoid at all … Read moreHarassment and Bullying of the Homeless (It’s a trend)
So after a few more hack-ups in the editor, I made several improvements to CMI since 0.1.6, namely the design, history and coin logos. Data is still provided by Coin Gecko, so that is mostly why the coin logo package is easily obtainable. Upgrade instructions can be found here on the CMI GitHub wiki. Coin … Read moreCryptocurrency Market Indexer 0.1.6 to 0.2.7!
Here at Pirate Things, if you haven’t noticed, it’s about privacy, freedom and balance. All three of those things are included in this article relating to a recent political spat between two local candidates – Or, I should say with one candidate. This article/post was produced to resurface the content that should be viewable by … Read moreForget defamation, don’t bring kids into political attacks (Candidate Sheriff Baniak’s deleted content)
I always stress how important it is to be in control of your data, and that it’s best if it was only you knew how you were looking at it. So I’ve decided to share my personal market data indexing engine. By polling Coin Gecko, MDIE is able capture and store prices on a number … Read moreFor the Linux desktop: Cryptocurrency Price Indexer
While you surf your feeds on Facebook, Twitter, once Google+, Reddit, whatever it could possibly be, some of us could be creating a feedback loop we crave far too often. I personally witness people “take breaks” from social media for bizarre reasons such as too much time on it, focusing on themselves, or general negativity. … Read more“Social” Media: Known to create a rip in You (addiction?)
Did we really need a study for this? Of course, it has to be scientifically proven and not just emotional garble. The study executed in the United States and Denmark shows air pollution contributes to psychiatric disorders. In other words, keep the air fresh, bodies of water near and … you might be okay.