Spot fake accounts on Twitter

FeaturedSpot fake accounts on Twitter

How do you do my dear reader? – Lately, due to unknown circumstances, I somehow became more popular among bots that share adult content such as porn pictures.

Like any human, I care about the time I spend on chores like this, so I don’t like the fact that I need to pay several minutes a week to parse and block them. I don’t want my friends or whoever clicked on the account to be trapped, fooled or something similar. Besides that, I don’t want to be indexed by Google where I hold any kind of relation to these pictures. – I am a married man with an adult-baby cat so would miss Bryant and miss Hart mind to fuck off?

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Find and Replace using Regex in Atom

Find and Replace using Regex in Atom

It’s been a long time! As I don’t follow the instructions blindly but prefer finding my own way, I’ll introduce you to one of the simple but effective features in Atom editor called “Use Regex”.

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Use Regex

I know it’s cool. If you are in the ancient VIM, Emacs division or at least had an experience of using it you might be aware of this feature that literally saves your ass from tons of boring copy-paste operations. But if it’s the first time you hear about it? Continue reading “Find and Replace using Regex in Atom”