Posts Tagged ‘useful’


May 28, 2023

35 Ways Real People Are Using A.I. Right Now – The New York Times

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Organize a messy computer desktop.
I basically just gave ChatGPT a directory, a list of all my folder names, and the names of all my files.

Write a wedding speech.
“A few hours before, I said, ‘Can GPT-3 write this officiant speech?’” he recalled. “The first version was generic, full of platitudes. Then I steered it.”
Adam is a great lover of plants

Write Excel formulas.

Create new proteins in minutes.

Play with language.
….It’s particularly helpful for bizarre acronyms, like this: Please tell me the words I could use to create the acronym ‘BIBERE’ to identify an organization dedicated to getting together after work to hit the bar — without saying we’re going to the bar in a workplace email.

Living Wage Calculator

May 4, 2023

Historic Pollen Allergy Forecast for New York, NY (10065) |

April 17, 2023
30 past days of Pollen

Basic Syntax | Markdown Guide

November 6, 2022

Shore Line East

November 1, 2022

Display the file extensions in Finder |

October 30, 2022 {{”
defaults write NSGlobalDomain AppleShowAllExtensions -bool true killall Finder
“}} might have seq. of commands to save all of one’s settings

about blurred background requirement for zoom

September 25, 2022

Briefly, according to Zoom official document from the above link, For macOS devices, you must have 6th generation or later.

open terminal
Enter the following command:

sysctl machdep.cpu.brand_string

The generation of your processor can be determined by the first digit (or two) of the processor number that appears after the hyphen (-), while the remaining 3 digits are the model number. For example, an Intel i7-6700 is the 700 model of the 6th generation of i7 processors. 6 means 6th generation

For a full list of specifications for using blurred background on a macOS device,

Zoom desktop client, 4.6.0 or higher
macOS version 10.13 or higher
Supported processors

Apple M1
i5-6000 or higher
Note: 6th generation i5 dual-core processor, requires macOS 10.14 or higher i7-4000 or higher
(i9 should be supported by default, they didn’t mention this actually)

Check Mac processors using serial number

September 24, 2022

this is useful

There are two ways to check processors and detailed information of a specific Mac.

1. There is very detailed information on this website. You can put your serial number in.

2.Another way to do it:
Click on the “apple” icon on the top right corner of your
screen—”About this Mac”—“Overview”—”system report”.

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September 18, 2022