Open chrome console (⌘ + option + C)
in the console, Add jQuery:
var script = document.createElement('script');script.src = "https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.2.0/jquery.min.js";document.getElementsByTagName('head').appendChild(script);
Hover your mouse over the popup.
Now, you still have blurry text. If you hover over it…
Got this email.
Got psyched. Went to store to buy some Prosecco. Got a call. They sounded great. They said my credit card was declined, so I gave my debit card, while still in the store. 5 minutes later I got home. I searched more for the company and found this odd blog with the template text still in the sidenavbar.
NOTE: This tutorial assumes you are fairly comfortable with Bitcoin. That you use Blockchain.info and understand the dual components of private and public keys.
I find it surprising how few people actually know about and how to use the vanity pool. The what? Some pool with lots of sexy, vain people hanging around? Sorta. It’s a pool of worker bees, running lots of computation, in a pool, and getting paid equally to get it done. How bitcoin works — but the work is just to get you a Bitcoin address with your name in it. You can see mine below:
People were compensated something to have their little ASICs hard at work making me an awesome frickin bitcoin address. …
I have an idea for a browser extension that will add a context menu to the forwarding button in Gmail that will allow a user to select a language to translate an entire thread inside Gmail for forwarding to a foreign-language-speaking correspondent.
Time to learn how to do it.
My first Google search, “building Chrome extension with Python” yielded:
Here I am editing some HTML in bulk. I want to change the class tag to an ID tag for a bunch of items, as well as changing the id to match the filename for each item (minus the file extension.)
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Choosing a Set of Passwords
Today I migrated from my busted old mac using a thunderbolt cable. I had to book into target disk mode and remember the password to my encrypted disk. I have always been weary of password management applications such as 1Password because I believe that they relieve the mind of having to keep track of a set of passwords. I have devised a technique that works for me.
Have a 5 word passsphrase generated from random words, (my favorite is to use DiceWare) replacing some of the letters with numbers, and intentionally misspelling some of the words. …