So, I recently found that there is an article on Wikipedia that lists unusual articles on the site itself. This refers to content that usually isn’t found on a standard encyclopaedia, such as whole articles dedicated to 0.999… or the fact that people named Abcde exists. Take a look!
-20 = -20
16 – 36 = 25 – 45
42 – 4*9 = 52 – 5*9
42 – 2(4)(9/2) + (9/2)2 = 52 – 2(5)(9/2) + (9/2)2
(4 – 9/2)2 = (5 – 9/2)2
4 – 9/2 = 5 – 9/2
4 = 5
4 – 4 = 5 – 4
0 = 1
Continue reading “(Bad) Random Math Proofs”
So, you want to do some math? Here are some tricks/shortcuts on calculating that *might* be helpful.
Voice Controlled OmniDirectional Wheelchair, as the name suggests, it is possibly the first wheelchair to be able to move in an infinite amount of directions and controlled using voice commands. It is built with Rero and Lego, along with a mobile phone for transcribing your voice to beeps, which the robot’s brain (Rero Controller) can understand.
SPOILER: Most Common Password is “123456”
Commonly used passwords:
Source: http://xato.net/ (image is now not found there)
There are many hackers trying to hack our online account password these days. They use programs to hack our passwords, such as brute-forcing. Why don’t we protect our info? Continue reading “Most common passwords”
Here’s how to hide apps on a iOS 8 device without jailbreaking.
Everyone knows that hiding apps aren’t available on iOS, but a bug/glitch could help you hide any apps on your device.
Before you start, make sure you have a page filled with apps and a folder on the dock. After that, you can start choosing the apps you want to hide. Transfer all of them into the only folder on the dock.
This is a little tricker, so read carefully. Continue reading “How to hide apps on an iOS 7/8/9 device without jailbreaking”
Creating nested folders, or a folder in a folder, is a bug/glitch that existed on iOS 7 & iOS 8 . This article will show you how to nest folders (create a folder in a folder) in just a few easy steps.
I believed most people hates advertisements. Although advertising for someone makes money, but most of the time, many advertisements pop up or takes up your screen, and you know, for some reason, you may get kind of mad. So, here’s a quick tutorial how to block advertisements on your device system-wide, well, sort of.
Update as of 2019:
Apple has released iPadOS which now supports USB drive reading natively! All you need is a USB-C/Lightning to USB-A adapter and you’re good to go using the new Files app.
In this modern era, why isn’t there a way to transfer files from a USB drive to an iPad without jailbreaking? Fortunately, there is a workaround to import files to the iPad.
Did you ever know that Google Chrome has a hidden game for you to play?