A Sinister Way to Beat Multifactor Authentication Is on the Rise – Wired
- Make time to write
- Don’t worry to write
- Don’t worry about writing rules
- Switch things up
- Don’t stress about quality
- Editing is your friend
- Music matters
- It’s your story
- Read books
I’m not someone who believes in the classic “writing rules” nor am I one to give writing advice often, but I thought it might helpful to share some of my own writing tips after being an indie author for 10+ years. I hope you enjoy them and find them helpful! Make time to write. The […]Writing Tips From A Self-Published Author — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes
Just like a runner gets out of sweating,
I get a kick out of thinking.
I can’t stop.
Self study is a method of learning or teaching that does not require an instructor. As a method of teaching, it was used from the earliest times and is still used in all ages and classes of the world. […]How To Self Study Any Subject You Want — Learning Python
After Cambridge Analytica phenomenon and Ed Snowden revelation. Every time I see the “Parental Control” settings on some social-networks. I ask myself which “Parental Control” settings are already applied to us.
Many of us depend on the choices of a few, and the dumbest among us are those who implement the choices of the few.
Thoughts about wars…
Less than 10% of the code has to do with the ostensible purpose of the system; the rest deals with input-output, data validation, data structure maintenance, and other housekeeping.BitWise – David Auerbach
The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fightingSun Tzu – The Art of War
Get rid of distractions, such as the internet, your phone, social media, etc. They might be a useful tool every now and then when you’re looking for inspiration, but not when you’re trying to innovate. You can’t have ideas and innovate when you’re constantly engaged with distractions. Give your mind time to roam and wander wherever it wants. Keep a pen and paper nearby and write down those thoughts and ideas when they appear.Creative inspiration – Build your visual library