A binary which stores encrypted secrets then after decrypt loads into env vars for you (stolen from Daniel)
It's not smart nor really practical to do this. The only safe™ way to do this would be with a databse like Postgres, but that would bloat things and be far too overkill
This is honestly just one of those things that isn't needed by anyone but maybe a hedge-fund analyst to know their stocks. As cool as it might be or see to have all this data aggregated for your viewing pleasure, there's really no gain to it. Make stuff you like to make, whether people give you likes or not (unless it's illegal and/or immoral).
Daily my RPi
I have no reason not to this other than the fact that school is in session and I'm on payroll now, meaning I don't really have the time to deal with the finikiness or any other quirks that might come from either a Raspberry Pi, its power supply, its microSD card, Linux, or some other variable I'm not aware of. Running Windows 10 E-Channel in the meantime
Anki client that's a bit prettier than the original
I realise now that the Anki client is fine how it is. Decks are now working fine on Windows, but still wonky on my laptop (Debian-based). The only thing that I might want to make a client for is iOS, but I still plan to buy the client if I go down that route.