Let's be honest: Linux is harder to master than Windows. Sometimes it's not user-friendly, and following an outdated tutorial may break your Raspberry Pi's operating system. There is no centralized software repository, except for the apt repositories which severely lack many desktop applications. Surely there is a better way! There is. Introducing Pi-Apps, an expanding, well-maintained collection of app installation-scripts that you can run with one click.
Desktop application that, when installed, presents a list of categories of applications to install. Pick, click, and go.
A curated list of delightful databases in all shapes and sizes, and all FOSS.
A directory of virtual influencers and idoru.
Over the years I've amassed a large collection of links, resources, tools and so on that I find useful in my trading/investing activities. I'm compiling those here, along with any that were shared with me via Twitter/Reddit/email/etc and seemed useful after a cursory look. While I've done my best to link to tools that are not only legitimate but also likely to stay active, alive and useful for the foreseeable future, obviously I have no control over these companies/websites and over time some of the links may break or situations may emerge that turn them into poor recommendations. Also, this list is not exhaustive by any means and may be updated in the future as new tools/resources emerge.
Someone built a list of all of Pelican's configuration settings and variables, and what they mean. Useful as a reference to the templating language.
This list aims to help starters as well as seasoned Bio Hacker to find everything related to Biohacking at one place. This is a primer with the maximum amount of data as I may realize on completely different aspects of the biohacking community. I am not an expert, so I welcome any input. If you find it useful please share it with others.
A WebSDR is a Software-Defined Radio receiver connected to the internet, allowing many listeners to listen and tune it simultaneously. SDR technology makes it possible that all listeners tune independently, and thus listen to different signals; this is in contrast to the many classical receivers that are already available via the internet. WebSDR servers can register themselves automatically on this site, leading to the below list of currently active WebSDR servers.
Anyone can access any of the SDRs listed on this site and listen in.
A directory of shortwave listening frequencies around the world.
Shortwave Listening Tips:
- Listen to Asia and Australia in the morning and listen to Europe at night.
- No SW frequency operates 24 hours. You may not hear anything unless you are listening at the right time, or you may hear another language, or you may hear some other country sharing the frequency.
- Many countries are better heard in non-English broadcasts. Explore the dial and you will hear many fascinating things, including exotic music.
- Some stations only air a few minutes of English; or only in ID announcements (Mexico); or only language lessons (Ecuador).
- Country of origin is shown. Many of the frequencies are relayed from elsewhere. In the case of China, all of them shown below are relays. Don't assume any particular frequency is actually coming directly from the originating country.
- Some major countries no longer broadcast to North America intentionally, such as Australia, Germany, South Africa or the UK. Longer frequency lists for these give you more chances to hear something directed elsewhere.
- More than one station may be involved under some countries, or even outside broadcasts to that country (Liberia, Nigeria, Sudan).
- Many of the strongest signals from strictly religious broadcasters in the US and elsewhere are not shown.
An exhausive list of LEGALLY free python books. Free does not means crappy. The criterias for selecting was a bit high resulting in a list you'll enjoy!
Postlight's Awesome CMS is a collection of open and closed source Content Management Systems (CMS) for your perusal.
A curated list of lists of awesome things.
Ever had a cool idea for an Open Source project but didn't have the time to implement it yourself? Let someone else give it a try!
For many working with Open Source, good ideas or cool projects aren't the limiting factor. Time is. But there are a lot of different people out there with various levels of experience and background. Some want to create open source projects, but don't know where to start or what to create. Why don't we solve both of these problems with each other's help?
This repo tries to collect ideas for Open Source projects that are up for grabs. It's much better for a project to see the light of day instead of slowly dying in a dusty Reminders-list in some way-too-small iCloud storage.
Repository containing useful links for all things Physical Security.
A sortable, searchable list of Invidious instances that are publically accessible.
A site dedicated to gathering as much information as possible about the productions, the groups, the sceners, the events and bbs's in the Commodore 64 scene. You can help this database grow by submitting information about the productions/groups/sceners/events/bbs you know about.
Commodore BBS telnet listing. Even has an API.
A directory of free APIs for use in software and web development.
A curated list of awesome MySQL software, libraries, tools and resources.
A huge list of alternatives to Google products. Privacy tips, tricks, and links. Browser addons, replacements, alternatives, risk overviews and *-eyes hazard ratings.
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