Batch File Renamer Chrome App Update
This post covers the much needed improvements to the batch file renamer app I started earlier.
Contents Required Apps Source Control Task List -> Issues Linting Removing Extra ‘.’ When Post Fixing Debian Ubuntu Linux with XFCE Desktop Environment Model View Required Apps Chrome Dev Editor (developer preview) Caret Text Editor Source Control One of the largest missing pieces to the process of working on this app has been the lack of source control.
January 18, 2016
Batch File Renamer Chrome App
One of my main use cases for my ‘living room laptop’, now a Chromebook, is to manage photos taken on my digital camera (or phone). When my laptop was a Windows machine, I had a batch file renamer application. I cannot find one for ChromeOS (and have not enabled devoper mode on my Chromebook to access its Linux tools).
December 20, 2015
Acer Chromebook 15 Review
The Acer CB5-571-C4G4 Chromebook is a 15.6” laptop with a full HD IPS display for around $280. I chose the Acer over the Toshiba Chromebook 2, the leading 1080p contender.
Contents Review Specifications Compared to the Toshiba CB2 Photos Box Opening Review So far, the chromebook has met my expectations.
September 5, 2015
Bitcoin Node and Development
These are my experiences on setting up and running a full Bitcoin node, one that can also be used for development.
The reason for both of these is because I believe in Bitcoin and want to give something back. Jeff Garzik (of of the top core dev) has six suggestions on how to support Bitcoin core development.
January 3, 2015
My Thoughts on Bitcoin
This page is a collection of my thoughts and experiences on Bitcoin.
Contents What is Bitcoin? Detailed explanation Why I Like Bitcoin What I’ve done with Bitcoin Cold Storage Predictions What is Bitcoin?
January 3, 2015
Mobile Data Harvesting in Wireless Underground Sensor Networks
A proposal and analysis of practical Wireless Underground Sensor Networks. Published at IEEE Communications Society Conference on Sensor, Mesh and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks (SECON’12), Seoul, Korea, June 2012.
June 21, 2012