I’ve been using the Brave Browser for a couple of months now, and have accumulated a few BAT (Basic Attention Token). Currently the browser has no built-in mechanism for withdrawing BAT tokens, but there is a round-about way of making withdrawals. It’s a relatively simple process, with some options to make even more money and save on withdrawal fees.
This post will show you how to block websites, without the installation of website blockers or other programs to block websites. Fortunately, all desktop operating systems (Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux) have a built-in mechanisms that make it very easy to do.
You may on occasion find yourself wanting to clear cache files, remove cookies, remove history, and perform other tasks to manage your private browser files. In Google Chrome, you can delete your browsing history at a very granular level or large portions of it all at once.
Microsoft Access is nice for quick and dirty manipulation of data and merging data sets. It also has a lot of nice functions you won’t find in other versions of SQL. One of these functions is the First() function. Although not available in Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle, it can be emulated by other means.
The other day, I helped my friend set up a new recipe blog on WordPress. We were looking for a good cooking or food WordPress theme, but the built-in WordPress theme search wasn’t yielding a whole lot of results. When I searched on Google, I noticed the section for Google Image results had a lot of thumbnails for WordPress themes. I then viewed the Google Image search results, and I was amazed how many of the results were thumbnails of WordPress blog themes.
Android hacker/developer JoelZ9614 has released an updated version of his CyanogenMod 9 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the CDMA EVO 3D! It was released at about 9pm UTC on Saturday, February 11, 2012 (2:19am EST on Sunday, February 12, 2012). I’ve installed the ROM to check it out, and it seems the video glitching has been fixed, which definitely makes it a better build than the last.
Although Google does provide access to easily download some Google Account data, they do not provide direct access to download your entire Google Web History. I did a bit of research, and although you can access it via an RSS feed 1000 records at a time, it can still be difficult and time consuming to obtain in its entirety. I took it upon myself to develop a simple solution that combines all of the RSS feed files into a single, downloadable CSV file.