The Forth Interest Group (FIG) was a world-wide, non-profit organization for education in and the promotion of the Forth computer language. This website offers an on-line literature database, programming tools, reference works, public-domain and experimental implementations of the Forth programming language for various platforms, technical conferences, and connections to other Forth resources.
Although FIG as an organization has dissolved, this website will continue to reflect the on-going interest in Forth.
The official index of GNU Radio tutorial documents. Curated on the project wiki.
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.
Repository containing useful links for all things Physical Security.
Build your own (insert technology here) when you know nothing about it. Dozens of links to curated tutorials about lots of different things, from 3D rendering to how network stacks work to other stuff.
A wiki of designs, schematics, and links to open source electronics projects. If you get lost in here long enough you'll find some interesting stuff.
A wiki that documents many tips and tricks for writing shell scripts in Bash.
A site that has presents a step-by-step howto for getting involved with OpenStreetmap.
A wiki of resources for people writing bots - actual bots to interact with, tools, tutorials, code, and datasets. exocortex chatbots howto twitter
This list is a collection of tools, projects, images and resources conforming to the Awesome Manifesto.
A wiki of ways to fix things, including teardowns, where, to get parts, video tutorials, and diagnostic procedures.