This Wiki will be a place for detailing the items in my collection. The goal is to document information about the devices I have for both personal reference on their condition, location, and plans as well as detailing information in a more complete way that may be referenced by others as well.
A rich repositery of BlobCat emojis, derived from Google's blob emojis.
Honestly I just made this because even though these emojis were everywhere, they weren't properly licensed or credited to the artist.
Multiple image formats are in this repo: GIF, APNG, PNG, and SVG.
Iconpack with blobcats and blobfoxes (work in progress). Blobcats. Blobfoxes.
Multiple image formats are in this repo: PNG and SVG
Everybodywiki tries to save articles which are currently marked for deletion on Wikipedia. The site has many of the same features, such as VisualEditor and a front end optimized for viewing from mobile devices. You can write your own biography, even if you're unknown. An article on Everybodywiki doesn't need to meet any kind of notability standards or arbitrary requirements, nor be famous to be kept.
A framework that instantiates AI/ML models more or less automagickally - one line of code. Can read training data from URLs as well as locally. Has a GUI also but it's an optional install. Sits on top of PyTorch.
A collection of thousands of blob emoji for use. Apache 2.0 licensed.
A small company that makes replica props from television and movies.
A collective list of free APIs for use in software and web development.
Maybe I could use these as password cracking dictionaries?
An opensource clone of Grooveshark - web-based music manager that pulls from Youtube, Soundcloud, and so forth.
A dealer of antique and vintage locks and keys of all kinds.
A website at which you can register the serial number and any notes about your Commodore 64. Geek fun at its greatest.
An archive of chiptunes ripped from keygen software, cracks, game trainers, demos, and intros. Sometimes this music is better than that of the game itself.
A collection list of selfhosted apps to increase one's privacy and possibly anonymity. webapps tools
5070 links, including 359 private