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How to Become a Blockchain Programmer and Start Making Big Bucks

We are in the early days of blockchain technology, and if you take the initiative to learn how to program on the blockchain, you stand to have a very lucrative career in the future.
The situation is not unlike the early days of the internet, where programmers who had the foresight to learn web programming, found new and growing opportunities to earn impressive incomes into the future.
What do you need to learn to position yourself for that future, and where can you get started learning?
The Potential of the Blockchain When most people think of the “blockchain”, they immediately think of Bitcoin. However, there’s a big difference, as the following Google Trend graphs reveal.
The following is the search trend over the last two years for “bitcoin”.

This next chart is the search trend for “blockchain” over the same period.

You can see that both saw a tremendous spike in interest over the last half of 2017. After the novelty of Bitcoin’s tremendous rise in price wore off, interest i..

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5 Reasons to Update Your Raspberry Pi and Raspbian Regularly

You’ve owned a Raspberry Pi for some time, but find that it doesn’t quite work right. Things are slow, apps are missing or have stopped working… it’s a bit of a mess. But why? Maybe because you haven’t updated it!
Lagging behind on Raspberry Pi updates can cause a lot of frustrations in the long run. Here are five major reasons why you should keep your Raspberry Pi up-to-date.
1. Get the Latest Software
Without updating to the most recent version of Raspbian, you won’t get to enjoy the latest Raspberry Pi software.
A wide selection of tools are pre-installed in Raspbian, enabling you to perform a wide variety of tasks. Whether you’re word processing or programming, tools are updated all the time.
Then there’s the new software. For instance, Raspbian originally shipped with the Midori browser, but in recent years this has changed. Now, Chromium ships on the Raspbian Stretch operating system (for all models but the first generation Raspberry Pi), bringing a whole new browsing exper..

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5 Reasons to Ditch Evernote Today (And How to Migrate Your Notes Elsewhere)

I use Evernote on an almost daily basis. While the service is clearly doing some things right, I’m getting increasingly fed up with some of the limitations. What’s more, the company isn’t doing much to make me want to upgrade my account.
So I’m thinking about switching to something else. I don’t make great use of some of the app’s most powerful integrations, and a simpler solution could offer more flexibility in the areas I value most.
Today I’m going to take a look at some of those frustrations, and how they stack up against the competition.
1. Evernote Free Is Severely Limited When I use a service for free, I don’t expect the world. But when Evernote cracked down on free accounts back in 2016, they neutered the service for a large number of lightweight users. The company is well within their rights to do this, but whichever way you spin it the free option is no longer competitive.

Microsoft’s OneNote is free for all users. Apple Notes, should you be using iPhones and Macs, has i..

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5 Ways to Turn Any Website Into a Desktop Mac App

No matter how good a web app is, sometimes you wish you could have it on your Mac desktop. That’s especially true when it comes to the apps (and websites) you use often.
Sure, if the app has a macOS version, you can install that. But if it doesn’t, or if the desktop client is poorly made, what are your options?
We’ve lined up five apps that can turn websites into Mac apps.
1. Fluid
For a long time, Fluid was really the only app that let you turn web apps into real Mac apps. Now it has some competition, but Fluid continues to do its job well. It even gained a spot on our list of must-have apps for users who spend all day on a Mac.
After you install Fluid, creating a new desktop app is straightforward. First, grab the URL of the website you want to turn into a Mac app and paste it into Fluid. Next, type in a name for your new desktop app.
If you want to throw in a custom icon for the app, you can add that too. (By default, Fluid uses the source website’s favicon). Now hit the Crea..

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How to Emulate the Commodore Amiga on a Raspberry Pi Using Amibian

Love retro gaming but not sure where the best games are found? Looking for some retro gaming gold? Then why not take a look at Amibian, the Raspbian-based Amiga emulator for the Raspberry Pi?
Emulating the Commodore Amiga has never been easier or more satisfying than this.
Amiga: One of the Most Loved Home Computers Ever Amazing graphics, unique physical design, and the antonym of the bland IBM/PC compatible market. No, I’m not talking about an Apple computer, but the Commodore Amiga. Capable of audio, graphics, video, standard office tasks, and an awesome video gaming platform, the Amiga dominated home computing in the USA and Europe between 1985 and its final appearance in 1994.

(In the UK and Europe in particular, the decline of the Amiga lead to the rise of game consoles and home-based PCs.)
However, the Amiga is not dead. Remnants of the Amiga’s legacy can be found on modern platforms, such as Android and iOS, although only a few games have been re-released on mobile.
You ca..

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How to Present a Slideshow Using Adobe Bridge

Adobe Bridge is like the boring manager who nobody pays attention to till you need them. Adobe Bridge can not only help you manage your vast collection of photos, but it can also help you review them quickly with a slideshow.
The slideshow option is a powerful review and presentation aid that you should use more often.
How to Present a Slideshow Using Adobe Bridge
Adobe Bridge has a basic slideshow capability. But it also has a few features that allow you to customize the presentation for your audience. So, start by launching Adobe Bridge.
Go to View > Slideshow Options. Select the options to customize your presentation.
Black Out Additional Monitors. This setting will turn off the laptop or other connected devices if you are using a projector for your presentation. Repeat Slideshow. This setting will keep the slideshow running on a loop. Zoom Back And Forth. This is a default presentation style where one photo will zoom in and the next will slowly zoom out. Slide Duration. The s..

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How to Set a Spotify Playlist as Your Alarm on Android

If you own an Android phone and you’re tired of waking up to the standard alarm clock tones, you can now easily wake up to a playlist of your favorite songs served up by Spotify instead.
You’ll need to make sure that you have the latest versions of Google Clock and Spotify installed on your phone. You should also be running Android 5.0 or above on your phone, but you don’t need a premium Spotify account to use this feature.
Here’s how to set your alarm to a Spotify playlist:
Open the Clock app and tap the alarm you want to edit or tap the + button to create a new alarm. Tap the Sounds (bell) icon. Tap the Spotify tab. If this is the first time you’re using the new feature, you’ll be prompted to connect to your Spotify account. Tap Connect. Once your account is connected, you can select a playlist or album from your recently played songs, browse Spotify’s recommended playlists, or search for a specific track. You can open up the playlist in Spotify before making a choice. Just tap th..

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