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Let's craft a nifty web bot to scan the contents of an apache open directory! All skill levels are welcome 😁
Open directories (ODs / Opendirs) are unprotected websites that you can browse, without any logins. They are organized in a tradition file structure (like a local directory on your system).
Sometimes these are intentionally left open or by accident. There exists tons of open directories on the internet (like a big archology excavation adventure) for you to explore!
It's time to relive the golden age of internet self-expression! All experience levels are welcome!
👁️ EVENT DETAILS
In this tutorial you will learn how to create your own corner of the internet (1994 style!) Use your personal page to tell the world all about yourself, your hobbies & interests, share your creative work or just ramble on about anything your heart desires! Here is an example of my personal page @ https://16bitmiker.com/
👁️ WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
☑️ Learn techniques to code html fast with minimal toil.
☑️ Master the 90s aesthetic with animated gifs.
☑️ Free web hosting offered after the event for your creation.
For more context, see our members past creations @ https://geekalicious.design/fan.site/ ❤️
☑️ Free web resources to help you build your first site @ https://geekalicious.design/web.assets/
☑️ Free web hosting for your project!
This event is inspired by Geocities! WHAT IS GEOCITIES? GeoCities became a home for then-brand-new internet users, much like Facebook and other forms of social media are for our generation. At its peak, GeoCities hosted over 38 million pages designed by 3 million users.
The thing that differentiated GeoCities was the decision to organize the free server space it offered users into virtual “neighborhoods”. The service also allowed people to create webpages of their own personal interest without much knowledge of coding or web design being required. The combination of self-designated “neighborhoods” and complete freedom of expression resulted in the service expanding quite rapidly considering the standards of the time.
****** We'll be watching episodes 16 - 20******
You're invited to participate every Wednesday until we complete the 25-episode series celebrating the late Kentaro Muira's (July 11, 1966 - May 6, 2021) critically acclaimed and beloved manga series Berserk.
Berserk takes place in a medieval Europe-inspired dark fantasy world and centers on the characters of Gattsu/Guts, a lone mercenary, and Griffith, the leader of a mercenary band called the "Band of the Hawk"
WHY IS IT SO GOOD
Berserk is a dark and tragic story, combined with Mr. Muira's richly detailed artwork and complex characters. It explores themes of free will, trauma, destiny, morality and human resilience.
Without Berserk, Cloud Strife wouldn’t be wielding a big sword, nor would Dark Souls or Bloodborne exist. The series pioneered the way for Dark Fantasy genre, inspiring numerous video games including the Dynasty Warriors series and Monster Hunter.
This event is a joint event with Arts & Recreation Toronto
*** WARNING - This series is rated R and contains very sensitive topics. If you are sensitive to violence, abuse and sex, this event is not for you.
For this meetup I will teach you how to use the OBS. A Free and open source software product for video recording and live streaming. Used by popular Twitch / Youtubers & Facebook Live content creators. See the gallery of this event for a preview of some things you can do!
In this tutorial I will show you how connect OBS to Zoom and create all kinds of multi media wonders!
👁️ NOTE: This tutorial will be recorded for those who wish to review the material later.