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Created Jun 11, 2019
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spjpgrd / tran.csv
Last active May 15, 2019
Sample .csv for tran
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id first_name last_name email gender ip_address
1 Chrisy Keir Male
2 Linn Wilgar Male
3 Jacinta Windress Female
4 Elenore Mc Dermid Female
5 Latisha Bielfelt Female
6 Tracy Ethington Male
7 Beatrisa Sidnell Female
8 Neale Dyson Male
9 Fawnia Charter Female
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In macOS Sierra Apple added a Finder keyboard shortcut that makes it possible to quickly show all the hidden files and folders. You just need to do the following:

  1. Open the Finder
  2. Go to your Macintosh HD folder (access this from Devices in the left column)
  3. Hold down Cmd + Shift + . (dot)
  4. All the hidden files will become visible
  5. Hold down Cmd + Shift + . (dot) a second time to hide the files again

spjpgrd /
Created Aug 13, 2018
Dat Face for Slack

Nothing Beats This Face

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spjpgrd /
Last active Feb 5, 2018
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Ask these 6 questions to get a powerful testimonial

  1. What was the obstacle that would have prevented you from buying this product?
  2. What did you find as a result of buying this product?
  3. What specific feature did you like most about this product?
  4. What are three other benefits of this product?
  5. Would you recommend this product? If so, why?
  6. Is there anything you’d like to add?

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Six Essentials of Letters from The Robert Collier Letter Book

  1. The opening, which gets the reader's attention by fitting in with his train of thought and establishes a point of contact with his interests, thus exciting his curiosity and prompting him to read further.
  2. The description or explanation, which pictures your proposition to the reader by first outlining its important features, then filling in the necessary details.
  3. The motive or reason why, which creates a longing in the reader's for what you are selling, or impels him to do as you want him to, by describing, not your proposition - but what it do for him - the comfort, the pleasure, the profit he will derive from it.
  4. The proof or guarantee, which offers to the reader of the truth of your statements, or establishes confidence by money-back-if-not-satisfied guarantee.
  5. The snapper or penalty, which gets immediate action by over your reader's head the loss in money or prestige opportunity that will be his if he does not act at once.
  6. Th
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The Definitive Guide to Copywriting (Link)

Every product has a unique personality and it is your job to find it.

Chapter One: Laying a Solid Foundation

Understanding the Product

  • How would you describe the product? For this question, provide a simple, two to three sentence description of the product. It doesn’t need to be super long or detailed and don’t worry about providing a fancy answer. Simply write down a short description as if you were describing the product to a customer.

  • What’s unique/special about this product? The goal here is to identify something unique or special about the product. What does this product offer that others don’t? Is it made in the USA? Is it easy to install? Does it provide analytics that other sites don’t offer?

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spjpgrd / goodToSeeYou.js
Last active Apr 30, 2017
An easy script to say "Good to see you" to all attendees after a Meetup on (WITHOUT all the clicking)
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// Easily say "Good to see you" to all attendees after a meetup
// (WITHOUT all the clicking)
// Go to the Event page, and make sure you've loaded all the attendees
// by scrolling down and loading them all.
// Then paste this into your browser's console
var elems = document.getElementsByClassName("D_submit j-gtsy");
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