DeepL Translator Browser Extension/Add-on (en)
Thank you for using or your interest in the DeepL Translator Browser Extension/Add-on!
If you have a question or feedback, please post it in the comment section below.
If you like this extension, please make a donation and/or support my other work.
Support DeepL as well for providing us a great alternative to Google Translate. I am not affiliated in any way wi… Read more
How to peruse Quora.com answers and links without signing in or creating an account
To dodge sending a Quora.com referring URL when following Quora links, simply:
- Right-click the link you want to follow
- “Copy link location” (FireFox) or “Copy Link URL” (Chrome)
- Right-click the address bar
- “Paste & Go” (FireFox) or “Paste and go to …” (Chrome)
That’s it, and now you… Read more
Extortion e-mail scams are on the rise again: the importance of using unique passwords
Have you been getting spam mail that looks like this recently?
… Read more
I know [password redacted] one of your password. Lets get directly to the purpose. You may not know me and you are most likely thinking why you’re getting this e mail? No one has compensated me to check about you.
Well, I installed a software on the xxx vids (sex sites) web-site and you know what
Why mining cryptocurrency is unprofitable — an anecdote
Long story short:
- had a particular machine mining XMR for less than a year
- the CPU fans have worn out their bearings after spinning non-stop during that time
- fans are now making loud high-pitched noises, filling my living quarters with unbearable noise, while simultaneous threatening a fried CPU
The cost of replacing the fans? About twice as much as the eq… Read more
Reaching critical mass: does being the first to implement a big data solution guarantee a monopoly?
We hear it all the time: break up Facebook, Google, Twitter, et al. because they have an information “monopoly”. Add the manipulation of their algorithms to serve the ideological agenda of their management, shadowbanning and censoring search results for example, the more reason to break them up for abusing their “monopoly”.
I… Read more
Why “these updates help protect you in an online world” scares me, and it’s not the online world
When Windows 10 stealthily pushes an update on to my machine, I get anxious.
The unexpected restart closes all my active incognito (thus irrecoverable) browser tabs, my open documents and unsaved work, leaving it up to my own memory to restore everything prior to the reboot.
But the worse thing is that I have no immediate idea what got installed on my machine w… Read more
Easy step-by-step guide to mine Monero on Windows 10 for beginners
Estimate of total time required for average computer user: 10 minutes.
If you are looking to get into cryptocurrency without risking a dime, you can use your existing work and home computers to mine cryptos while you are away from the computer.
Despite my criticisms of cryptocurrency, there’s no reason not to partake in the bubble if it comes at no cost… Read more
The truth about SEO and ASO — Part 2: is SEO a BS industry?
Let’s analyze Quora’s most upvoted answer on the question: “To what extent is SEO a bullshit industry?”
… Read more
NON-Bullshit practice of “SEO” is about;
- adding value to the web
- creating unique and engaging content
- improving traffic and conversions (not just rankings)
- understanding web-site technology (html/css, pro
The truth about SEO and ASO
Prior to the rise of social media, the popular way to get your product noticed online was through SEO (Search Engine Optimization).
Despite all the self-proclaimed experts saying SEO is not “gaming the system”, optimizing is by definition reverse engineering and exploiting through pattern recognition. It is a cycle of subtle changes, meas… Read more