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$SHIB Historical Data (Mar 21 – Jun 21)

I gathered up historical trading data on $SHIB (Shiba Inu token) and created a data visualization that shows relationships between trading volume and price, as well as the wallets that hold the most $SHIB. I hope this is helpful. All data collected from public sources [source]. Click here for a more mobile friendly dashboard link […]

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Energy Sources Across the United States by Monthly Consumption – 2020

Winter storms hit areas of the US as low as the US-Mexico border with chilling temperatures, disrupting the power grid and causing a natural disaster that brought the topic of US power infrastructure to the forefront of public discussion. While some blamed windmills in Texas from being frozen over, others claimed that outdated infrastructure such […]

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Technology Tutorials

React App Blank Screen fix on Firebase Deployment (firebase.json public: build)

If your React app has a blank screen when you first deploy it on firebase, there’s an easy fix for this that I made a video for. Check it out –

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Food and Snacks

How to avoid going to the store by buying almost all of your weekly groceries from Amazon.

Most of us don’t like going to the store for groceries. It’s usually a boring experience, and most of us would rather the food just magically show up at our doorstep. I’m one of those people, and since the start of 2020 (and even before that) I’ve been experimenting with shopping on Amazon for as […]

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Food and Snacks

Chicken Noodle Soup Ingredients: Amazon Shopping List

Ok, chicken noodle soup. Let’s see if we can knock this one out. INGREDIENTS: Recipe source link 2 tablespoons olive oil – Boom, found it 1 cup carrots, peeled and sliced thin (about 1 1/2 large carrots) – Don’t be afraid of the pre sliced dehydrated options SPECIFICIALLY for soups. They are quite good, and the […]

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Data Stuff Technology

Data Analysis: The 2020 Michigan Election

I really enjoyed the challenge of sourcing this data and I only almost pulled my hair out two or three times in the process. Election data is seriously difficult to get a hold of because every state has some very specific and different ways of exposing what their results are. First, I’m just going to […]

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Data Stuff Internet Finds

Data Analysis: The Pennsylvania 2020 Election

So I’ve decided to start doing data science projects on topics that interest me. In this case, many people are looking for a way to understand and discuss what occurred in the 2020 US election. The way I find to be most effective in exploring this issue is through collecting and visualizing data. Here’s a […]

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Technology Tutorials

Flutter Button Functionality and Styling

One of my main focuses recently is diving into Flutter, a really interesting coding language developed by Google on top of Dart. I’m going to show off some some simple code you can use to get a basic understanding of how Flutter buttons can be styled and modified for functionality. Here’s the video tutorial I […]

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Technology Tutorials

Learn how to use Google Earth Pro

I’ve been making tutorials on various software and technology “things” for a little over a year now, and I’m finally starting to provide structured courses instead of smaller one off videos. I’m also monetizing these videos on Skillshare and Gumroad, as well as publishing them openly on Youtube and the various other video venues. One […]

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Technology Tutorials

Apply Preset to Multiple Images in Adobe Lightroom CC – Short Guide/Tutorial HowTo

Earlier this week I dropped a video on Youtube about how to make your photo editing workflow more efficient by applying a preset to a whole group of photos on import. The basic steps are these: Import all your photos to Adobe Lightroom CC Create a preset that fits your images well Click on one […]