My Debunking BitCoin Propaganda series of articles during the boom-and-bust period of cryptocurrencies was relatively well-read, mainly because it takes a step back from all the noise and carefully dissects the loud cheers and platitudes crypto pumpers were using to drown out rational thought.
Considering the accurate forecasting of those articles, … Read more
The pump-and-dump is on.
Back when BitCoin and other cryptocurrencies were ascending to unprecedented and irrational highs, I churned out article after article detailing all the analysis from first principles why the real valuation of cryptos is zero, and not $20,000/BTC.
I started writing about the cryptocurrency bubble when BTC was hovering around $… Read more
With every passing election, it becomes clearer that all electable parties (i.e. the only ones who are given a platform on media, namely the NDP, Liberals and Tories) are three varieties of the same poison: big government.
The conservatives, technically speaking, are supposed to promote smaller government. But we know that not to be the case, as intervent… Read more
Suppose you have a component and have bound an array variable to an input property, like so:
Suppose you were to modify the contents of
myArray via its standard array methods such as
splice(i, c). You may notice that myComponent does n… Read more
Disclaimer: I just recently started tinkering with Solr, so this may not be the “textbook” solution to this problem — but it works!
Say you wish to categorize your documents in a hierarchy. For example, you want to have a pet search engine, and you want to bucket the pets accordingly:
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Dogs are domesticated mammals, not natural w
Another inanity sweeps the world. Another vacuous Tweet makes international headlines.
The Yanny/Laurel “debate” is surely a sign of the times we live in.
It is a “debate” devoid of nuance, encouraging more us vs. them mentality than independent and critical thought. Everyone is ready to jump into the fray, picking sides and st… Read more
The icon for the Ionic 3 Searchbar is a hard-coded SVG written in SCSS rules. In particular, they are saved under the following variables:
$searchbar-ios-input-search-icon-svg: "<svg xmlns='http://www.w3.org/2000/svg' viewBox='0 0 13 13'> <path fill='fg-color' d='M5,1c2.2,0,4,1.8,4,4S7.2,9,5,9S1,7.2,1,5S2.8,1,5,1 M5,0C… Read more
Facebook’s announcement of dating features on its platform deserves a genuine laugh.
I suppose it’s a valiant attempt at exp… Read more
Cultural Marxism rears its ugly head again in the social media cesspool.
This time, Twitter user Jeremy Lam (@jere_bare) had the wherewithal to speak on behalf of 1.5 billion Chinese (and apparently me included). Stereotyping anyone with Chinese ancestry to great irony by grouping us all as like-minded thinkers and not individuals, he accuses a stranger … Read more