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  • Making a USB stick bootable

    • Unsolved, presently has a basic workaround for the problem I had, which was booting a linux distribution now inaccessible because it's on a secondary hard drive that wasn't booting properly. There's more to do.
  • Greasemonkey script for URL rewriting was made earlier.

    • My goal was to Wikipedia with Infogalactic. It's not solved the way I want, but it'll do for now.



[ 1 ] I'd link to it on Wikipedia, but that redirects to propaganda. Guess why.
(on Infogalactic) [ 2 ] I was

Yet another "everything" wiki, starting from fork of Wikipedia (MediaWiki)

Just as creationwiki exists for their biblical worldview, Infogalactic exists to separate itself from Wikipedia's increasingly-disturbing ideologies and general untrustworthiness.

  • 2017-01-21 -- Since President of the United States was not updated, this project is being abandoned.

    • It's obvious this is an under-loved project, and I'm not willing to take it on to keep it updated.

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1. I'd link to it on Wikipedia, but that redirects to propaganda. Guess why.
2. I was

Google > Chrome >
Software > Web browsers >

(on Wikipedia)

Brave is a web browser that uses components from Chrome to build a more security-conscious browser which also has an alternate advertising mechanism with revenue sharing.

Like Chrome, it's missing fundamental things.

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  • git > GitHub > GitHub will go down in flames

    • It's sad to see entryism into the programming world, but it's been a long-time coming and enough good people already know about it that I'm more exasperated than panicked. I'll be setting up shop elsewhere, and I won't be surprised at all to see a lot of extremely prominent projects and people pick up roots and walk away with neither noise nor discussion.


  • Porteus continues to be a live project and has been updated a few times recently.

GitHub is, as of this writing, a renown git hosting service.

They're introducing community guidelines..

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