A Base64 Encoded Image for Google Image Search Results

The following image is base64 encoded, I’m testing to see if it appears in google image search results. lukerehmannbase64

If you can reverse search the image by saving and uploading it to google image search, base64 image search is available in google. Otherwise, don’t expect your ibase64 images to be in the search results.

AmazonBasics USB Wifi Adapter Driver

Drivers for the USB Wifi Adapter made by Amazon Basics.

These drivers should work for both the Nano adapter as well as the standard size adapter by Amazon Basics. Please comment below if you have any trouble or if you have the drivers for High Sierra!

  • AmazonBasics Wi-Fi 11n USB Nano Adapter, 150 Mbps 600Mbps Dual Band
  • AmazonBasics Wi-Fi 11N USB Adapter – 300 Mbps


Be prepared to restart your computer after installing the drivers.

Here are the manuals and datasheets for the devices:

CFR “[Reserved]” Status Meaning

The Code of Federal Regulations regularly assigns the title of [Reserved] to many titles, sub-parts, and chapters within the entire book of regulations. This status is used as a placeholder for future law to be written. Typically, it is especially used in parts of the law that are anticipated to be changing or expanding.

The “Reserved” status leaves room for growth in the CFR & eCFR.

eCFR – Code of Federal Regulations [CFR]

The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is the codification of the general and permanent rules and regulations (sometimes called administrative law) published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the federal government of the United States.

The electronic format of this code is sometimes referred to as the e-CFR or eCFR. Access the Code of Federal Regulations.

The CFR currently is composed of 50 titles comprised of everything from emissions regulations to tobacco tax. Some of the regulations (including title 35 and many sub-parts) are given only the title of “reserved” indicating they can be added to later.

jpegoptim Flags

jpegoptim -help
jpegoptim v1.4.4 Copyright (c) 1996-2016, Timo Kokkonen
Usage: jpegoptim [options]

-d, --dest= specify alternative destination directory for
optimized files (default is to overwrite originals)
-f, --force force optimization
-h, --help display this help and exit
-m, --max=
set maximum image quality factor (disables lossless
optimization mode, which is by default on)
Valid quality values: 0 - 100
-n, --noaction don't really optimize files, just print results
-S, --size=
Try to optimize file to given size (disables lossless
optimization mode). Target size is specified either in
kilo bytes (1 - n) or as percentage (1% - 99%)
-T, --threshold= keep old file if the gain is below a threshold (%)
-b, --csv print progress info in CSV format
-o, --overwrite overwrite target file even if it exists (meaningful
only when used with -d, --dest option)
-p, --preserve preserve file timestamps
-P, --preserve-perms
preserve original file permissions by overwriting it
-q, --quiet quiet mode
-t, --totals print totals after processing all files
-v, --verbose enable verbose mode (positively chatty)
-V, --version print program version

-s, --strip-all strip all markers from output file
--strip-none do not strip any markers
--strip-com strip Comment markers from output file
--strip-exif strip Exif markers from output file
--strip-iptc strip IPTC/Photoshop (APP13) markers from output file
--strip-icc strip ICC profile markers from output file
--strip-xmp strip XMP markers markers from output file

--all-normal force all output files to be non-progressive
--all-progressive force all output files to be progressive
--stdout send output to standard output (instead of a file)
--stdin read input from standard input (instead of a file)

Program Documentation

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