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Omnivore's Cookbook | Make Chinese Cooking Easy
Maggie Zhu write about modern chinese cooking - including street food, family recipes, and restaurant dishes. She takes a less labor-intensive approach while maintaining the taste and look of the dish. She is originally from Beijing, and now cook from her Austin, Texas kitchen.
cooking  cuisine/chinese  recipe 
august 2018
Just One Cookbook - Japanese Food and Recipe Blog
Japanese Food and Recipe Blog with Detailed How-To Video Tutorials – Just One Cookbook
cooking  cuisine/japanese  recipe 
august 2018
The Wealthy Accountant | Spilling the Beans
Spilling the Beans on The Wealthy Accountant
fire  blog  taxes 
july 2018
gold caddy scholarship - Google Search
Mentioned on a podcast. A couple people got full ride scholarships for being a golf caddy for a number of years plus good grades.
july 2018
The Bash Hackers Wiki [Bash Hackers Wiki]
This wiki is intended to hold documentation of any kind about GNU Bash. The main motivation was to provide human-readable documentation and information so users aren't forced to read every bit of the Bash manpage - which can be difficult to understand. However, the docs here are not meant as a newbie tutorial.
linux  documentation  bash 
february 2018
k88hudson/git-flight-rules: Flight rules for git
Editing Commits
What did I just commit?
I wrote the wrong thing in a commit message
I committed with the wrong name and email configured
I want to remove a file from the previous commit
I want to delete or remove my last commit
Delete/remove arbitrary commit
I tried to push my amended commit to a remote, but I got an error message
I accidentally did a hard reset, and I want my changes back
I need to add staged changes to the previous commit
I want to stage part of a new file, but not the whole file
I want to add changes in one file to two different commits
I want to stage my unstaged edits, and unstage my staged edits
Unstaged Edits
I want to move my unstaged edits to a new branch
I want to move my unstaged edits to a different, existing branch
I want to discard my local uncommitted changes (staged and unstaged)
I want to discard specific unstaged changes
I want to discard specific unstaged files
I want to discard only my unstaged local changes
I want to discard all of my untracked files
I want to list all branches
Create a branch from a commit
I pulled from/into the wrong branch
I want to discard local commits so my branch is the same as one on the server
I committed to master instead of a new branch
I want to keep the whole file from another ref-ish
I made several commits on a single branch that should be on different branches
I want to delete local branches that were deleted upstream
I accidentally deleted my branch
I want to delete a branch
I want to delete multiple branches
I want to rename a branch
I want to checkout to a remote branch that someone else is working on
I want to create a new remote branch from current local one
I want to set a remote branch as the upstream for a local branch
I want to set my HEAD to track the default remote branch
I made changes on the wrong branch
Rebasing and Merging
I want to undo rebase/merge
I rebased, but I don't want to force push
I need to combine commits
Safe merging strategy
I need to merge a branch into a single commit
I want to combine only unpushed commits
I need to abort the merge
Check if all commits on a branch are merged
Possible issues with interactive rebases
The rebase editing screen says 'noop'
There were conflicts
Stash all edits
Stash specific files
Stash with message
Apply a specific stash from list
I want to find a string in any commit
I want to find by author/committer
I want to list commits containing specific files
Find a tag where a commit is referenced
Clone all submodules
Remove a submodule
Miscellaneous Objects
Restore a deleted file
Delete tag
Recover a deleted tag
Deleted Patch
Exporting a repository as a Zip file
Tracking Files
I want to change a file name's capitalization, without changing the contents of the file
I want to overwrite local files when doing a git pull
I want to remove a file from Git but keep the file
I want to revert a file to a specific revision
I want to add aliases for some Git commands
I want to add an empty directory to my repository
I want to cache a username and password for a repository
I want to make Git ignore permissions and filemode changes
I've no idea what I did wrong
git  curated 
february 2018
Home -
8283ez (named after the IRS Form 8283 for itemizing non-cash donations) is a really simple, free tool that let’s you itemize all those things and take the full value of your donation as a deduction on your taxes.
december 2017
US Credit Card Guide - We only recommend the best credit cards.
Best Rewards Credit Cards, Best Sign-Up Bonuses, Maximize Credit Card Rewards. Comprehensive Points Guides, Professional Miles Introduction, Redeem for Free Flights and Hotels!
october 2017
Best Credit Card Sign-Up Bonus (2017.10 Updated)
The best credit cards offers, updated monthly! Simply earn $1000+ bonuses just by applying for the correct credit cards!
october 2017
Data Structures and Algorithms (DSA): The Intuitive Guide | Interview Cake
No confusing academic jargon or proofs. That stuff doesn't help you really get it. Instead, we'll give you a visual, intuitive sense for how data structures and algorithms actually work.

This is not a freaking textbook. No confusing academic jargon. No long lists of properties to memorize. No proofs. Because that stuff doesn't help you actually get it.

Here's what does: Learning what to picture in your head when you think of a dynamic array or a hash map. Learning how to think in algorithms.

That's what this guide is focused on—giving you a visual, intuitive sense for how data structures and algorithms actually work.

So if you've got a big coding interview coming up, or you never learned data structures and algorithms in school, or you did but you're kinda hazy on how some of this stuff fits together...

This guide will fill in the gaps in your knowledge and make you say, "Oooh, that's how that works."

We'll walk you through it all, step by step. Starting from the beginning.
computer  science  algorithm  book 
october 2017
Michromatic - YouTube - YouTube
Discussing photography- and camera-related topics, including shooting tips and gear reviews targeted at Micro 4/3 enthusiasts.
photography  video 
october 2017
Camera Crashcourse - YouTube - YouTube
Welcome to my channel! I am a landscape enthusiast photographer, who enjoys sharing his love for the hobby with YouTube! Please Subscribe, as I produce new c...
photography  video 
october 2017
Practical Photography - YouTube - YouTube
Practical Photography is the world's biggest and best magazine for photographers who want to improve their camera and editing skills. Every issue includes 'L...
photography  video 
october 2017
ipselon/structor: Structor - React UI Builder
Install Components > Prototype UI > Generate Source Code > Build Application

Library - install presets of components from Structor Market.
Prototyping - construct React components of any complexity right on the page.
Scaffolding - generate scaffolds for React components, Redux containers/reducers/selectors and sagas.
Playground - develop UI components in isolation from the application using a separate Webpack Dev server with hot-reloading.
javascript  html  design  software 
october 2017
Website Builders - Resume Builders - Logo Builders
Handpicked tools to help you build websites, logos, resumes, videos and more, all in one location.
curated  web  design  software 
september 2017
Responsive web design tool, CMS, and hosting platform | Webflow
Build responsive websites in your browser, then host with us or export your code to host wherever. Discover the professional website builder made for designers.
Webflow gives designers and developers the power to design, build, and launch responsive websites visually, while writing clean, semantic code for you.
web  design  software 
september 2017
shellfire-dev/shellfire: A repository of namespaced, composable shell (bash, sh and dash) function libraries. Takes aware the pain of shell scripting, making it robust and reusable. Includes secure curl usage, JSON, XML and Debian control file parsers, de
shellfire is a MIT licensed framework for building modular applications in POSIX-compliant shell script. It is designed to:-

abstract away the differences (and myriad bugs) between multiple shell interpreters
implement common idioms and functionality
promote re-use of shell code with a modern, modular set of functions to get practical things done fast
work effectively with structured data formats such as JSON, XML and Debian control files
enable the development of fully standalone scripts, complete with resources (snippets)
allow shell scripts to automatically determine and install their dependencies
but have a minimal need to 'shell out' to binaries that might not be there - or might not behave

shellfire consists of a number of github repositories, called modules. Each module contains functions or resources in a specific namespace. You create a shellfire application by making a new repository (typically on GitHub) with a skeleton structure, and then adding the modules you need. You populate a template shell script, and then just code away. It couldn't be easier. shellfire scripts work straightaway from source control. When you're ready to do a release, you can use fatten to make a standalone script, and swaddle to then deploy it to GitHub releases, pages, etc as tarballs, debs, etc.
linux  library 
september 2017
Photography Tips
On this page, you will find everything from basic photography tips for beginners all the way to more advanced techniques and tutorials to help you grow and get the best out of your equipment.
september 2017
mrschyte/socksmon: Monitor arbitrary TCP traffic using your HTTP interception proxy of choice
socksmon is a SOCKSv4 server based on Twisted, that tunnels incoming TCP traffic through an HTTP proxy. socksmon does this by starting an internal webserver on port 2357, posts the traffic to using the man in the middle proxy for editing it and then it forward it to the destination.

socksmon has preliminary support for SSL interception, meaning arbitrary ssl encrypted tcp traffic can be analyzed using your interception proxy of choice.
security  tcp  socks  proxy 
september 2017
Photography Life
provides various digital photography news, reviews, articles, tips, tutorials and guides to photographers of all levels
photography  blog 
september 2017
RCM Tools
Appears to be an experimental photo enhancing tool.
online  photography  software 
september 2017
Paint.NET - Free Software for Digital Photo Editing
Paint.NET is free image and photo editing software for PCs that run Windows. It features an intuitive and innovative user interface with support for layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools. An active and growing online community provides friendly help, tutorials, and plugins.
It started development as an undergraduate college senior design project mentored by Microsoft, and is now maintained and developed by Rick Brewster. Originally intended as a free replacement for the Microsoft Paint software that comes with Windows, it has grown into a powerful yet simple image and photo editor tool. It has been compared to other digital photo editing software packages such as Adobe® Photoshop®, Corel® Paint Shop Pro®, Microsoft Photo Editor, and The GIMP.
windows  photography  software 
september 2017
GIMP - GNU Image Manipulation Program
GIMP is a cross-platform image editor available for GNU/Linux, OS X, Windows and more operating systems. It is free software, you can change its source code and distribute your changes.

Whether you are a graphic designer, photographer, illustrator, or scientist, GIMP provides you with sophisticated tools to get your job done. You can further enhance your productivity with GIMP thanks to many customization options and 3rd party plugins.
osx  linux  windows  photography  software 
september 2017
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