Privacy is a big concern for people in a lot of different areas, and Monero is sympathetic to that. In this post I’ll work through the major privacy-oriented features in Monero and why they’re important.
Now that we have a little more clarity on what a cryptocurrency is and how it can be used I’m going to dive into one particular cryptocurrency that I believe to be a good candidate to understand and get involved in: Monero
Assuming we start from a base knowledge of nothing when it comes to cryptocurrency, where do we begin. Why, at the beginning, of course.
Yet again somebody drags out their old blog from the depths of the interwebs and proclaims: “I’m going to start using this thing again!”
I’ve been getting Tick ready for a new release, and one bug someone pointed out was that the invoice PDFs were generated as one long PDF. This works out fine until you need to print it. Below is the code I used to fix that.
I recently bought a new (to me) MacBook Pro with Lion installed. The previous owner hadn’t had the time to completely wipe everything from the machine since I bought it 3 hours after I first responded to his Craigslist post. So, I found myself in need of starting completely fresh and Googled it. I found some disjointed posts in various Mac-related forums, but nothing that said “This is how you do it”. So, this is how you do it:
I was recently informed by my tweeps of a new (at least new to me) service called Zerply. Weird name, but a cool site nonetheless.
I recently found myself needing to submit my new application Tick to the Mac App Store. I figured “No problem! I’ve already gone through the iPhone app submission process, I’m sure this will be eerily similar.” Well, yes and no.