[BAWD #51] Check your Wifi Password in your Terminal
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You can get the password of the wifi you're on using this bash script. Trust me; you’ll find this very useful.
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Dev Term of the day 💾
Getting Things Done by David Allen and David Kelvin Allen.
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This Kind of Love by Kaelin and Kyrah Edwards.
Featured Tweets 😍
Sadly, I’ve been off Twitter, so I don’t have tweets to share. However, I’ll share some of my favorite videos from YouTube this week. Trust me; you might like them :)
⬇️: Fast and resilient web apps: Tools and techniques - Google I/O 2016
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⬇️: Why You're Always Distracted (and how not to be)
Quote of the day 💙
“I learned that we can do anything, but we can't do everything... at least not at the same time. So think of your priorities not in terms of what activities you do, but when you do them. Timing is everything.”–Dan Millman
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