Saturday, November 5, 2022

Free high quality stock images sites


Here are free high-quality stock photo sites I use for my blog. Get it for free from one of these websites!


Adobe Stock

Top quality stock photos, illustrations, templates and more.
https://stock.adobe.com/free

Pixabay

The biggest collection of free stock photos and illustrations online.
https://pixabay.com/

Pexels

Good choice for web or app designers.
https://www.pexels.com/

Unsplash

Well curated collection of beautiful photos donated by skilled photographers.
https://unsplash.com/

Picjumbo

Free stock photo site created in 2013 by designer and photographer Viktor Hanacek.
https://picjumbo.com/

StockSnap

Free stock image site created by the same team behind graphic design tool Snappa.
https://stocksnap.io/

Burst

Free stock photo platform powered by Shopify.
https://burst.shopify.com/

Stockio

Stockio allows you to download not just stock photos, but also vectors, fonts, videos and icons.
https://www.stockio.com/

Canva

Canva is a platform for creating visual content. The site provides millions of high-quality free photos to create beautiful designs.
https://www.canva.com/photos/free/

Gratisography

Quirky images you won’t see anywhere else
https://gratisography.com/

Reshot

Unlike many other stock photo sites, Reshot has a wide variety of vector illustrations and icons as well.
https://www.reshot.com/

123RF

Best free stock photos site for optimizing images for social media
https://www.123rf.com/

Vecteezy

Professional quality vector art, stock photos and videos.
https://www.vecteezy.com/



References

22 Amazing Sites With Breathtaking Free Stock Photos (2022 Update)


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Sunday, October 16, 2022

How to change web browser via Terminal on macOS?


Step 1. Install Homebrew

Homebrew is an essential package for Mac users. Homebrew allows us to install the latest and updated version of popular applications, packages, and developer tools.

Here is a link to how to install Homebrew on macOS.

Step 2. Install defbro

Install defbro via the following brew command.

macOS:/Users/analysisman% brew install jwbargsten/misc/defbro

Running `brew update --auto-update`...
==> Auto-updated Homebrew!
Updated 2 taps (homebrew/core and homebrew/cask).
==> New Formulae
autocorrect                  fonts-encodings              iir1                         ...snipped...

==> Tapping jwbargsten/misc
Cloning into '/opt/homebrew/Library/Taps/jwbargsten/homebrew-misc'...
remote: Enumerating objects: 23, done.
remote: Counting objects: 100% (23/23), done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (16/16), done.
remote: Total 23 (delta 3), reused 20 (delta 3), pack-reused 0
Receiving objects: 100% (23/23), 4.70 KiB | 4.70 MiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (3/3), done.
Tapped 1 formula (16 files, 14.2KB).
==> Downloading https://github.com/jwbargsten/defbro/archive/refs/tags/v0.0.1.tar.gz
==> Downloading from https://codeload.github.com/jwbargsten/defbro/tar.gz/refs/tags/v0.0.1
##O#-#
==> Installing defbro from jwbargsten/misc
==> swift build --disable-sandbox --configuration release
🍺  /opt/homebrew/Cellar/defbro/0.0.1: 5 files, 1.4MB, built in 42 seconds
==> Running `brew cleanup defbro`...
Disable this behaviour by setting HOMEBREW_NO_INSTALL_CLEANUP.
Hide these hints with HOMEBREW_NO_ENV_HINTS (see `man brew`).
==> `brew cleanup` has not been run in the last 30 days, running now...
Disable this behaviour by setting HOMEBREW_NO_INSTALL_CLEANUP.
Hide these hints with HOMEBREW_NO_ENV_HINTS (see `man brew`).
Removing: /Users/analysisman/Library/Caches/Homebrew/ca-certificates--2022-07-19 (125.8KB)
Removing: /Users/analysisman/Library/Caches/Homebrew/gettext--patch--35abc93c.diff... (960B)
Removing: /Users/analysisman/Library/Caches/Homebrew/gettext--0.21.tar.gz... (23MB)
Removing: /Users/analysisman/Library/Caches/Homebrew/glib--2.72.3... (6.3MB)
Removing: /Users/analysisman/Library/Caches/Homebrew/gnutls--3.7.7... (3.0MB)
Removing: /Users/analysisman/Library/Logs/Homebrew/jansson... (64B)
Removing: /Users/analysisman/Library/Logs/Homebrew/mtr... (64B)

Step 3. Check your current default web browser

macOS:/Users/analysisman% defbro
  org.torproject.torbrowser (Tor Browser)
  org.mozilla.firefox (Firefox)
  company.thebrowser.Browser (Arc)
  com.parallels.winapp.a5c41f715c1b8a880253846c025624e9.a0d8d48a6b0c5d (Microsoft Edge)
  com.parallels.winapp.76868ae832f6c6bd26cadc7d7c269986.a0d8d4eaed9a5d (Google Chrome)
  com.parallels.desktop.console (Parallels Desktop)
  com.microsoft.edgemac (Microsoft Edge)
  com.microsoft.edgemac (Microsoft Edge)
  com.microsoft.edgemac (Microsoft Edge)
  com.googlecode.iterm2 (iTerm2)
  com.google.Chrome (Google Chrome)
  com.browserosaurus (Browserosaurus)
  com.brave.Browser (Brave Browser)
* com.apple.Safari (Safari)
  com.TechSmith.Snagit2021 (Snagit 2021)

Step 4. Change your default web browser

macOS:/Users/analysisman% defbro com.google.Chrome
  org.torproject.torbrowser (Tor Browser)
  org.mozilla.firefox (Firefox)
  company.thebrowser.Browser (Arc)
  com.parallels.winapp.a5c41f715c1b8a880253846c025624e9.a0d8d4ec7d0c5d (Microsoft Edge)
  com.parallels.winapp.76868ae832f6c6bd26cadc7d7c269986.a0d8d4eae70c5d (Google Chrome)
  com.parallels.desktop.console (Parallels Desktop)
  com.microsoft.edgemac (Microsoft Edge)
  com.microsoft.edgemac (Microsoft Edge)
  com.microsoft.edgemac (Microsoft Edge)
  com.googlecode.iterm2 (iTerm2)
  com.google.Chrome (Google Chrome)
  com.browserosaurus (Browserosaurus)
  com.brave.Browser (Brave Browser)
* com.apple.Safari (Safari)
  com.TechSmith.Snagit2021 (Snagit 2021)
setting default browser to com.google.Chrome

References

macos - Set default web browser via command line? - Stack Overflow

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Saturday, October 15, 2022

How to become the root user via Terminal on macOS?


There are two ways of becoming the root user on the macOS terminal.

Option 1. sudo -i

Run the following commands on the Terminal.

macOS:/Users/eryu% whoami
analysisman

macOS:/Users/eryu% sudo -i
Password:

macOS:~ root# whoami
root

macOS:~ root# exit
logout

Option 2. sudo su

Run the following commands on the Terminal.

macOS:/Users/eryu% whoami
analysisman

macOS:/Users/eryu% sudo su
Password:

%m:%d%% whoami
root

%m:%d%% exit
exit

References

https://superuser.com/questions/592323/how-do-i-become-root-on-mac-os-x

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