Speaking is the more natural way of communicating and a much better way of interacting with OpenAI ChatGPT AI engine. The following Python script enables interactive conversation with OpenAI ChatGPT by using voice commands, fully eliminating the need for typing out messages.[Read more…]
The following article describes how we can leverage Python & AWS Lambda & 3Commas API to automatically adjust the Base and Safety order size of a DCA crypto trading multi-pair bot based on the total balance available in the account. [Read more…]
The following flowchart diagram outlines the Conveyancing in British Columbia and is based on the presentation by Vancouver Notary Public; David Watts. The diagram describes the Conveyancing process – a typical real estate transfer of the property in British Columbia.
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The following short post contemplates some of the often asked questions connected with referencing and discusses the importance of referencing in general.
It’s easy to create your first geocache and all you need can be found in your local Canadian Tire shop. [Read more…]
These are the new photos of SpeedX Leopard. Enjoy… if you have any new ones, please post the link to a comment section below, I’ll add them in. [Read more…]
This procedure is fairly easy, but not obvious to many and so I wanted to capture the steps. [Read more…]
A very common issue among Google Drive users is that there is no way to limit upload speed of Google Drive syncing process. Problem typically manifests by rendering user’s Internet connection unusable, due to sync process taking 100% of the upload bandwidth. In such case you’ll observe that you cannot browse the Internet (or it’s extremely slow), even that your download bandwidth is fully available. Issue can be overlooked if you’re only uploading small amounts of data here and there, but if you’re uploading gigabytes of information, it can take days or weeks. Anyhow, there is a way to fix this problem and that is to limit the upload speed of Google Drive process. [Read more…]
Because my answer to these 3 simple questions remains the same year over year… [Read more…]
I had a feeling it was coming…. just checked WHOIS on Google.com domain and it was registered exactly 17 years ago, on 15 September 1997! [Read more…]
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I am not sure how long this will last, but this is a very good deal still working as of September 2014. [Read more…]