Thanks to Michael Gillespie, an obscure programmer at a Nerds on Call repair store…: https://www.propublica.org/article/the-ransomware-superhero-of-normal-illinois#169844?utm_source=digg&utm_medium=email
Web and mail server reputation tool: https://talosintelligence.com
…for old type-in BASIC games: http://vintage-basic.net/games.html
I love it haha…check it out here.
This publication provides practical guidance on reflectance transformation imaging (RTI), an innovative multi-light imaging technique, and in particular, on the polynomial texture mapping (PTM) method for fitting reflectance distribution data. It aims specifically to offer user-friendly…
As with the first 100K primes, this is a large CSV file (~50MB) tarred to ~25MB. Column 1 contains the primes, adjacent cells in column 2 contain the reciprocals.
Download from my GitHub here.
Beware, this is a large CSV file (~50MB) tarred to ~25MB. Column 1 contains the primes, adjacent cells in column 2 contain the reciprocals.
I lied – this post isn’t going to be about how I built the Twitter bot. There are dozens of half-way decent tutorials scattered across the web and even a couple of decent ones and you’re welcome to exercise your DuckDuckGo-Fu or Google-Fu and figure it out.
Instead, this will be about my experience wading into the collective dumpster fire/garbage pit that is Twitter with some simple automation.