The Harmony One token is creating a lot of buzz around its EPoS ecosystem which stands for Effective Proof of Stake. Essentially, what they did was analyze some of the shortcomings of several other blockchains and try to come up with a system that passes where others have failed.
This means that in contrast to other Proof-of-Stake blockchains where the rich get…
The KS0454 keyestudio Circular TFT LCD Smart Watch Display Module is a small screen available on Amazon for under $20. I bought this for a little project of mine, but the documentation is abysmal (Since publishing, I have found this helpful repo of information). So I thought I’d throw this little page up to let you know how I got it working. Hopefully it helps.
It’s all over the place, and under different model names. So here’s what I could find.
The wiring at least…
The concept is simple but so hard to do. How do you take charge by not taking charge? The answer is: to occupy the void where there is no guidance, no organization, no order.
Like the Gladiator, played by Russel Crowe, he sees a way to bring order to the tangle of fighters flung together on the floor of the Roman Colosseum. In the film, they were marched into an arena battleground, forced to re-enact the massacre of a barbarian horde, and found themselves playing the part of the losers, to be slaughtered by the well-trained Colosseum mercenaries.
Some people are scared to say no to requests. They often feel safer saying “maybe” or “we’ll see”. Something that gives them a soft out. Nobody likes rejection, so maybe it’s a subconscious effort to not reject anyone. This doesn’t help anybody. Especially you.
A “maybe” is a Schrödinger’s box of outcomes. It’s not a yes. It’s not a no. Up until the moment it must precipitate into one or the either, it’s both.
It is inevitable that it will become one or the other! So don’t defer the choice!
Giving this kind of fuzzy response to someone prevents them…
You’ve got 16 million colors to choose from. Which ones do you pick for your color theme? Turns out, Mother nature always knows best! Follow this guide and your UI will have natural looking color combinations with great UX.
theme | THēm | noun
an idea that recurs in or pervades a work of art or literature
Translation for design systems: A set of colors that recurs in an interface.
We have 2 easy tasks ahead of us:
In this series, I’ll be…
Pop Quiz: Without cheating, describe what color this hex code is likely to represent:
#03A87C? Here’s a hint:
RGB(3, 168, 124) (did that help at all?)
— The answer: ¡uoʇʇnq ʍoןןoɟ ǝɥʇ ɟo uǝǝɹƃ ǝɥʇ s,ʇI
What do you do when someone rubs you the wrong way, does you wrong, or treats you poorly? Our goto is typically to go run and tell someone, gossip behind their back, or cut them off, or even get revenge somehow. Well, there’s this one verse in the Old Testament that gives some pretty solid advice about what to do during interpersonal conflicts. It described to ancient people what to do, and when I read this, it changed how I handled conflict forever. Here is the verse:
Moreover if thy brother shall trespass against thee, go and tell him his…
A newlywed couple, a landscaper, a cat-burglar, and a bird-watcher take a stroll down the same suburban neighborhood on a sunny May afternoon. The newlywed couple sees the potential for future children playing in the yard, and wonders what the schools might be like in this area. The landscaper is looking for uncut lawns, overhanging branches, immediate opportunities to provide service the homeowners. The cat-burglar is looking for more nefarious things: potential hidden entries, security cameras, vulnerabilities. While the bird watcher is completely ignoring the homes, and using her ears, and scanning the tree tops, listening for nature’s singers.
As of writing this, I am using the latest version of Python on my machine: 3.8.5. It is usually fine to use the latest version. Except every now and then, something juicy requires an earlier version of Python for it to work, or in some cases, it won’t even install without that older version.
In this case, I’m talking about Kivy. It’s a super slick front end app development library for Python. It lets you develop mobile apps for your device completely in Python, and it’s really solid from what I can see (it even supports Material Design). But for…
People like e-ink displays for the same reasons they like regular paper. It has a wide viewing angle, doesn’t beam rays of blinding light into your eye sockets, and doesn’t consume any electricity to keep a picture on screen. In fact, it only uses electricity when changing the display, meaning images can remain on screen for days on end without consuming any power at all. Since E-Paper is still a developing technology, manufacturers and researchers are continually raising the bar on resolutions, refresh-rates and color capabilities — and as a result, they are only gaining in popularity.
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