Tag Archives: windows

How to setup IPython for Python 2.7 and 3+ kernels

IPython is an interactive notebook that is accessed from your browser. It is extremely useful because it is designed with code sharing in mind, supports up to 49 different languages/versions of languages, and has “cells”, or blocks of code that are interpreted one at a time (or all at once). Another reason to use IPython… Read More »

How to Obfuscate Messages with Steganography

Steganography is the practice of hiding a message within a message. Obfuscation is the act of obscuring information or messages. ob·fus·cat·ed, ob·fus·cat·ing transitive verb : 1  a : darken     b : to make obscure <obfuscate the issue> 2 : confuse <obfuscate the reader> intransitive verb : to be evasive, unclear, or confusing ob·fus·ca·tion –… Read More »

Fear Not The Command Line, pt 2

Hopefully, you enjoyed learning about the command line terminal in the first post, or are otherwise somewhat familiar with the command line. In the previous post, I showed the most basic operations (ls, cd, help) one can do in Window’s cmd.exe terminal, and in Linux’s bash terminal (pwd, ls, cd, man). I am attempting to… Read More »

Fear Not The Command Line

Whether you are a casual computer user who uses Office for part of their work, a budding young design student who spends many hours at the computer, or just the average Joe who emails and uses Facebook or other social media, you ought to know what the command line is. If you’re just learning about… Read More »

Which Antivirus Should I Get?

The question that many PC users find themselves asking (though it might be the wrong question to ask): which antivirus should I get? Any security specialist will tell you it is far more difficult to prevent or remove threats than it is to create and spread them. There is an actively maintained database of vulnerabilities… Read More »

Python: First time setup and configuration

Why Python? I won’t make a persuasive speech here, since you should already have decided on using Python at this point, but just to review what is commonly said: Python is flexible. You can run your code in the debugger or from the command line as soon as you save it, make quick edits, and… Read More »