Collection of useful weblinks from around the web
- CMD Challenge
- Default filename tv Endless playlist of uploaded videos with a camera's default filename as a title
- Dokku Dokku is an extensible, open source Platform as a Service that runs on a single server of your choice
- Every Noise at once Discover new music genres
- Free Code Camp Online, Open Source and free-of-charge Web Development bootcamp.
- JS Bin Basic web IDE
- TomatoTimer Web Pomodoro timer
- Typing.io Typing practice for programmers
- Youglish Search for and view video examples of english words pronunciation
- Submarine Cable Map
Computer Science & Engineering
- A Guide to creating and hosting a personal site on Github
- ARM Instruction Set Quick Reference Card
- ARM and Thumb-2 Instruction Set Quick Reference Card
- ARM: Introduction to ARM: Why Learn Assembly Language?
- Ars Technica - IT
- Audio Check - Test headphones
- Beginner's guide for Linux - TecMint
- Bloomberg Businessweek
- CS Puzzles
- Computer Security Resource Center Glossary
- Dangerous Prototypes
- Drafting Digital Forensic Examination Protocols Guide on how to write Forensics examination protocols
- EFF's Surveillance self-defence Guides for safer online communications by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Help on protecting online privacy.
- Encryption Through the Ages: A History - Medium.com/Mozilla-Internet-Citizen
- Engineering and Leadership Leadership in engineering blog.
- Extending the life of your Raspberry PI SD Card
- Forbes - Jason Evangelho
- Forensics Examiner's Introduction to Linux
- Four short links - O'Reilly
- Hack a day - Linux Fu
- Hack a day Hardware and electronics projects community. They also discuss programming and cyber security.
- Hack a day
- Hack the Box
- How to Import Excel Data Into MySQL Table
- HTML.com Tutorial
- Ideas - O'Reilly
- Introduction to Ruby
- Is Your Son a Computer Hacker? A hilarious joke in which a fathers explains how to recognize if your son has descended down the early 2000's "hacker" rabbit hole.
- Linux Journey Linux Tutorial
- MIPS 101
- Managing a custom domain for your Github Pages site
- Maximiliano Contieri
- Modern Binary Exploitation by RPISEC
- National security archive The CyberWar Map is a visual guide to some of the most prominent players and events in state-to-state cyberconflict created as a part of the National Security Archive's Cyber Vault Project. This resource focuses on state-sponsored hacking and cyber-attacks.
- NetBSD as a Desktop
- PPC LUDDITE
- Phororix Hardware blog and notes
- REST Resource Naming Guide - List of Conventions
- Reintroducing engineering thinking in the development world
- Router Security
- So you think you know C?
- The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing
- The life and death of teletext, and what happened next History of the teletext technology, one precursor to the internet
- Using the Wayback Machine. Bookmarklet - Wikipedia
- Unix-like Systems & Bioinformatics
- What every computer science major should know
- Windows NT and VMS: The Rest of the Story
- bunnie's blog - Andrew "bunnie" Huang
- LinuxDays by TheAlternative.ch HS15
- checkra1n - "Jailbreak for iPhone 5s through iPhone X, iOS 12.0 and up". This also helps someone who wishes to learn iPhone and iOS reverse engineering.
- Math Playlists by The Math Sorcerer
- Colors.cc "A nice color palette for the web"
- Inkbot Design - Font combinations "10 Beautiful Font Combinations For All Your Design Needs"
- Huracan Maria - Periodico el Nuevo Dia Multimedia review of Huracane Maria and Puerto Rico
- Deletionpedia Archives past deleted Wikipedia articles.
Technology, science & art videos.
- 1979 Computer Store Manager Predicts Future Interview with a Computer store manager which defines computing as "a reflection of your own imagination and your own intelligence" which is expressed through programming and can help automate task and improve human life.
- Mother of All Demos Demo that introduced many concepts of the networked computer in 1968
- Online Dynamics Course
- Powers of Ten (1977) A film which helps to visualize the scale of the universe. It transport the viewer from macroscopic scale outwards to interstellar space and then, back from macroscopic scale into microscopic scale cells, dna and atoms level.
- The New York Public Library Has a Human Google
- THE UNTOLD STORY: How the PIX Firewall and NAT Saved the Internet This video discusses NAT (Network Address Translation) & Network Addressing