Electronic Waste: What should we do?

Posted on Wed 01 November 2023 in Environment

what a waste

This post is the second part of the series Electronic Waste and the Environment. You can read the first part titled "Electronic Waste: What is the Issue?" here. Electronic waste or e-waste has become a major concern with significant environmental impact and we must ask ourselves. What should we do …

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Electronic Waste: What is the Issue?

Posted on Wed 27 September 2023 in Environment

what a waste

E-waste are any discarded products with a battery or plug, and features toxic and hazardous substances such as mercury, that can pose severe risk to human and environmental health. And according to the UN, in 2021 each person on the planet produced on average 7.6 kg of e-waste, meaning …

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Exploring Data Structures: Time Complexity and Big-O notation

Posted on Wed 10 May 2023 in programming

Hey everyone! I am currently on my third term of my first year studying BSIT majoring in Cybersecurity. We are currently studying data structure and I think it's a good time to blog about it.

When writing code in any programming language, it's important to consider the efficiency of the …

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FlickOS v1.1 Release Note

Posted on Mon 01 May 2023 in operating system

Hey everyone! Good news, FlickOS version 1.1 is now available in our repository at sourceforge. I've already blogged about this release and you may read it from here.

Notable changes

  • compton compositor has been replaced by picom
  • true transparency and rounded corner
  • fade-in and fade-out effect
  • Catppuccin theme
  • Bug …

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Version 1.1 Status

Posted on Sat 08 April 2023 in operating system

Flick version 1.1 status.

Hello everyone, it’s been a while since my last post. My third semester just started so I've been busy for a few weeks now. Anyhow this post is just to update you guys on the upcoming version of Flick. I was still able to …

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The process of creating FlickOS

Posted on Wed 22 March 2023 in operating system

Hey everyone. First off, I want to say thank you to all who downloaded Flick. According to sourceforge log, we have 500+ downloads in the span of just two weeks. That means we saved and made 500+ computers usable again and that makes me very proud. Anyway, today's blog is …

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FlickOS: Userbase and Status

Posted on Mon 13 March 2023 in operating system

I am happy to report that FlickOS project in sourceforge.net is gaining tractions since I make it publicly available last March 9 of this year. Just four days after it's debut, FlickOS already saved 15 computers from going to the dumpsite. Thank you all for those who downloaded FlickOS …

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FlickOS is now available

Posted on Sun 12 March 2023 in operating system

FlickOS is an operating system made for aging computers but also good for new computers. It is light, clean and elegant operating system based on Ubuntu and LXLE so it has a very stable foundation. I made sure that the operating system is lean and fast as much possible so …

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FlickOS: Lightweight and Elegant Operating System

Posted on Sat 04 March 2023 in operating system

Hello everyone. Do you have old computers and laptops at home that you can't use because they are too slow for today's demanding computing? Give them another life with FlickOS and help save the earth by reducing pollution. FlickOS is designed from the ground up to be lightweight to the …

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Password Cracking: Understanding the Threat and How to Mitigate it

Posted on Thu 02 February 2023 in Cybersecurity

Password cracking is a serious threat to online security, as hackers often use various tools to break into accounts and steal sensitive information. In this article, we'll take a closer look at three popular password cracking tools – John the Ripper, Crunch, and Cupp – and explore the dangers they pose to …

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