Enjin Coin has undoubtedly found its footing in the crypto scene. Being a unique token whose focus is on gamers, it’s uniquely situated to take over mass-market adoption as soon as more titles use the blockchain’s progressive technologies. There have been several games released already using Enjin. Minecraft, Age of Rust, Altverse, and Lost Relics.
The connection to the blockchain all these games have are backing their items on Enjin. Meaning items in any of those games are worth an intrinsic value outside of cyberspace. Don’t like your current item? Melt it. Want to trade for a different item? Sell…
Rumors have recently surfaced that Apple is working on a vehicle. The supposed Apple Car isn’t all too far fetched speaking that Doug Field and Steve MacManus had been brought onto the Apple team in late 2019. It has been open that Apple has been working on car-related technology to rival the infamous cars brought into the spotlight from Tesla, but why? Simply speaking, because they have the capital and resources.
Entering the car industry successfully is a tough competition that requires luck, money, and a large fan base. All of which Apple seems to have a lot of. Though…
Why do people try to back port newer concepts into older projects. Linux has its faults, so does Windows and MacOS. Time for a new operating system imo.
Yesterday someone approached me who I wouldn’t have thought would’ve. She came to me crying, looking deeply in my eyes in the hope of finding any sense of humanity, any help in reaching relief in a time with such little.
“My grandma is close to expiration. She has days, not weeks. I can’t see her, and I can’t reach her. I’m stuck here while she’s there.”
The usual speel ensured, “I’m sorry,” “My thoughts are with you and your family,” “I wish you had more time with her,” “You’ll be able to see her in the past life.” It was…
Welcome to today’s roundup of the most interesting and practical data shared on /r/dataisbeautiful. Here we will talk about the topics lying behind that data, and critique the format of the data. We post daily and have a weekly round-up of the best charts from each week.
Anyhow, let’s get into it.
The beautiful bar chart shown above, created by /u/pdwp90, shows the companies who have taken advantage of the paycheck protection program. The program was instituted through the cares act to allow small businesses to keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus pandemic. These companies didn’t require the…
Lockheed Martin’s race to harness the power of lasers just paid off.
American aerospace, advanced technology, and arms dealer Lockheed Martin announced the newest addition to its arsenal — but this time, it was something a little more different than a traditional missile, instead it was the speed-of-light protection of lasers. Lockheed explicitly stated that it has the capabilities to destroy small rockets, artillery shells and motors, small unmanned aerial vehicles, small attack boats and lightweight ground vehicles that are within a mile — all of that is just on their 10-kilowatt laser by the way.
To solve this I started by parsing out the HTML codes using a lookup table going word by word. This was a safe method that wouldn’t require accessing the DOM of the webpage. While the method worked it came at the cost of having a larger file size due to having to pack a lookup table into the file. …
Rumors that the Trump administration would announce a ban on the popular social media platform TikTok surfaced over the weekend. Around the same time, software giant Microsoft announced they were in talks to acquire the United States rights to the application from parent company ByteDance.
4,628 Commits. 119 Branches. 84.3 GBs of storage.
Starting culture is an ever-growing issue.
It seems open-source projects suffer the most from having ideas and implementations started only later to be dropped and never returned too. This mentality leads to projects that look as if it encompasses a large amount of work but really has little meaningful progress.
This fake work ethic of open-sourced projects does bring more people in to contribute, but what is the purpose if it doesn’t lead to meaningful work being accomplished.
The specific repository I saw had a branch list containing approximately 30 visibly active…
A healthy man owes to the sick all that he can do for them,
An educated man owes to the ignorant all that he can do for them,
A free man owes to the world’s slaves all that he can do for them,
And what is to be done is more, much more, than good words
The current turmoil of the world has us attacking family, friends, and the men and women of the commonwealth. We together are the only ones that can make a change in our communities. …
Innovation enthusiast that has a coffee addiction.