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AirConsole Is Giving Everyone Free Access to All (150+ games) of Their Video Games During Covid-19 Lockdowns:
https://www.prnewswi...downs-301025571.html

All of them are multiplayer games, so you and your friends can de-stress (or stress some more?).

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Living Room / Re: Free eBooks
« on: March 22, 2020, 02:55 AM »

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Cambridge made their textbooks free for everybody, but they hade to remove free access (at least temporarily) because of high demand and misuse:
https://www.cambridg...we-publish/textbooks

"... So today, we’re very proud to announce the launch of a new Redgate Coding Club. Aimed at children aged 6 to 14, we’ll host free online workshops every Friday teaching the basics of computing ...":
https://medium.com/i...or-kids-fdc29b715d04

"... To support our institutions during this challenging time, JSTOR and our participating publishers are making an expanded set of content freely available to our participating institutions where students have been displaced due to COVID-19 ...":
https://about.jstor.org/covid19/

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There are some stuff on the net given away for free because of the coronavirus.

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Living Room / Re: Free eBooks
« on: March 19, 2020, 03:55 AM »

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Living Room / Re: Free eBooks
« on: March 18, 2020, 06:02 AM »
"... Cambridge University Press is making higher education textbooks in HTML format free to access online during the coronavirus outbreak.
Over 700 textbooks, published and currently available, on Cambridge Core are available regardless of whether textbooks were previously purchased.

Free access is available until the end of May 2020 ...":
https://www.cambridg...we-publish/textbooks

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Bitdefender TrafficLight is the best way to a completely secure Web browsing experience. It is a free cross-browser add-on that intercepts, processes, and filters all Web traffic, blocking any malicious content and taking browser security to new levels:
https://www.bitdefen...ns/trafficlight.html

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You say; I love you.
S/he says; I love you too.
You say; I love you three! (and smirk).


She says: Us three? OMG! How did you know that I am pregnant?

You: silence

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Helperbird free is a browser extension that gives you features such as dyslexia fonts, change the font & background color, text to speech, overlays, dyslexia rulers and more to customize the web your needs and style:
https://www.helperbird.com/

Location Guard - hide your geographic location from websites:
https://chrome.googl...dfdmjliccbbigdkfcgia

Incognito-Filter - open specific websites in a sandboxed Incognito Window, permanently:
https://chrome.googl...nlkchohdfcpdkmpngiik

Toast is a simple and lightweight extension that allows you to save all tabs in the open window. This way you can easily switch from project to project or between work and home tabs:
https://chrome.googl...cpkgcjhgmcaphdobmiie

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Extension police - detect and block malicious Chrome extensions:
http://www.extensionpolice.com

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Tracking your emails to know if the receiver has opened them or not is awesome, so is being immune to it! Trocker gives you the latter! It blocks attempts by email trackers and won't let them track what you do with the emails you receive. You will be amazed to see how many of the emails you receive have trackers in them:
https://trockerapp.github.io/

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badhost is a simple, easy to use badhost blocker that uses the power of the pf firewall to block many of the internet's biggest irritants. Annoyances such as SSH and SMTP bruteforcers are largely eliminated. Shodan scans and bots looking for webservers to abuse are stopped dead in their tracks:
https://geoghegan.ca/pfbadhost.html

Unbound-adblock is an easy to use network adblocker. It allows you to block online advertisements network wide and thus block ads on devices that otherwise don't support traditional browser-based adblockers such as uBlock Origin, Adblock Plus etc.:
https://geoghegan.ca...unbound-adblock.html

Delta Chat is like Telegram or Whatsapp but without the tracking or central control:
https://delta.chat/en/

Nushell - a new type of shell:
https://www.nushell.sh/

Lines is a modern and minimalist text editor - IDE with support for over 150 programming languages, embedded code inspectors and many other cool tools to help you write better code:
https://www.creatixbih.com/lines

Service Security Editor - easily allow (or deny) a user the ability to start, stop, pause or modify any Windows Service with just a few clicks of your mouse:
https://www.coretech...rviceSecurityEditor/

Reanimator free is a software for removing Trojans/Adware/Spyware/Malware and some of the rootkits:
http://greatis.com/s...rity/reanimator.html

File2HD.com - download any file from any site:
http://file2hd.com/

POP Peeper free is an email notifier that runs in your Windows taskbar and alerts you when you have new email:
https://www.esumsoft...products/pop-peeper/

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General Software Discussion / Re: What Android Apps Do You Use?
« on: February 29, 2020, 06:15 AM »
YouTube Vanced is a new modded version of YouTube which contains a lot of features like Ad Blocking, Background Playback and many more:
https://youtubevanced.com/

ReadEra - book reader:
https://readera.org/en/book-reader

Haker's Keyboard:
https://github.com/k...ausw/hackerskeyboard

Save For Offline:
https://f-droid.org/...tool.saveForOffline/

If you want to efficiently block ads, trackers, malware, save on your data plan, speed up your device and protect your privacy with just one application, then Blokada is for you:
https://blokada.org/

MiXplorer free - file manager:
http://mixplorer.com/
https://forum.xda-de...9280&postcount=2

Musicolet Music Player:
https://play.google....sicolet&hl=en_US

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Living Room / Re: What books are you reading?
« on: February 28, 2020, 01:15 PM »
Mackesy: The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse
Stålenhag: The Electric State

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You-Get is a tiny command-line utility to download media contents (videos, audios, images) from the Web, in case there is no other handy way to do it:
https://you-get.org/

playerbm is a command-line utility that saves your place when you exit the player or change the track and automatically resumes from where you left off when you open it again. This is useful if you listen to long audiobooks or lectures over many sessions:
https://github.com/altdesktop/playerbm

Typesense is an open source, typo tolerant search engine that delivers fast and relevant results out-of-the-box (for Linux users):
https://typesense.org/

Snowflake is a graphical SSH client. It has a enhanced SFTP file browser, SSH terminal emulator, remote resource/process manager, server disk space analyzer, remote text editor, huge remote log viewer and lots of other helpful tools, which makes it easy to work with remote servers:
https://github.com/subhra74/snowflake

darknet.py is a network application with no dependencies other than Python and TOR, to anonymize the traffic of Linux servers and workstations:
https://github.com/m...ersecoder/darknet.py

byenow is a command-line Windows utility for faster folder removal:
https://iobureau.com/byenow/

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22020 - an archivist browser controller that caches everything you browse, a library server with full text search to serve your archive:
https://github.com/dosyago/22120

Saker.build can be used to build project of any languages. From Java through C++, it can be used to create applications of any type:
https://saker.build/

Earth Alerts is an application that allows you to monitor in near real-time a variety of natural hazard events that are occurring anywhere around the world:
https://earthalerts.manyjourneys.com/

gInk is an on-screen annotation software:
https://github.com/geovens/gInk

AwesomeWallpaper can show video on your desktop wallpaper:
http://awesome-wallpaper.com/

Task Explorer is an advanced Task Manager tool with emphasis on, not just monitoring what applications are running, but on finding out what applications are doing:
https://github.com/D...Xanatos/TaskExplorer

With the Text Converter, you can edit multiple text files in nearly all ways that are imaginable without opening each file individually:
https://www.sttmedia.com/textconverter

auto-cpufreq - automatic CPU speed & power optimizer for Linux based on active monitoring of laptop's battery state, CPU usage and system load:
https://github.com/A...nHodzic/auto-cpufreq

IpSharkk free is designed to help you stay anonymous and change your IP with ease:
https://ipsharkk.com


Crayon - an extremely simple way to turn your bland terminal output into beautifully styled text:
https://github.com/thecodrr/crayon

Boxx - create highly customizable terminal boxes that also look great:
https://github.com/t...lob/master/README.md

Drive Password free is a new generation of a secret manager:
https://drivepassword.com

WindEdit can open a huge file containing millions of lines as well as one huge file containing only one line:
https://kingtoolbox.github.io/

WindTerm -an innovative fast SSH/Telnet/Serial/Shell client:
https://github.com/kingToolbox/WindTerm

edx-archive - a simple tool to download edX course pages (including exercises with answers, course materials, errata, etc):
https://github.com/EugeneLoy/edx-archive

edx-dl - a simple tool to download video lectures from edx.org (and other openedx sites):
https://github.com/coursera-dl/edx-dl

GoAccess is an open source real-time web log analyzer and interactive viewer that runs in a terminal in *nix systems or through your browser:
https://goaccess.io

massCode - a free and open source code snippets manager for developers. It helps you create and organize your own personal snippets collection and have quick access to it:
https://masscode.io/

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Funny comic. :P

But it's gotten me curious: How come it's so trendy to hate on PHP so much? Is there a succinct explanation on what's wrong with PHP? Seems like a walk in the park next to something like the nightmare working in JavaScript has become.

https://dev.to/jjsan...eople-hate-php--55dn

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You are welcome.

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