Monthly Archives: July 2012

19 jul

Chaining Proxies with Proxychains – Hak5

***, Clusters, Hacking, Internet, Programming

Proxy tunnels are the key to making yourself appear invisible or disguising yourself on the internet. You basically take all of your internet traffic and force it through a particular tunnel, through another server or machine. That machine will then … Continue reading

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18 jul

Microsoft Office 365 vs Google Docs

**, Cloud Computing, Google, Internet, Microsoft, Mobility

Google Docs has been doing some amazing things over the years. From collaboration, to simple editing of basic documents, to being able to access your content from any machine, without syncing. It’s nice… But still not as powerful as Microsoft … Continue reading

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17 jul

My Work Taskbar – 26+ Applications at Once

***, Android, Chrome, ColdFusion, Databases, Design, Firefox, Google, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, Java, JavaScript, Microsoft, Photoshop, PHP, Windows

Above and to the right are straight screen shots of what one of my workstations looks like. It’s almost no wonder that these days many of us require much more than 8GB of RAM. It seems that I am all … Continue reading

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16 jul

Ice Cream Sandwich Official on Galaxy S II

***, Android, eBay, Electronics, Google, Samsung

Right when Google releases the Chrome browser on mobile devices and says that only Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) users can use it, guess what Samsung says. Well, here you go… we’ve already been working on and have ICS ready for … Continue reading

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15 jul

Zombie Apocalypse – Be Prepared for 1 Month

***, Electronics, Hardware, Mobility, Solar

I try as much as I can to be a man of practicality. With the power outage in the DC area two weeks ago and the rate of occurrences that power outages last more than a night over the past … Continue reading

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14 jul

Danger While Driving – How to Automate Safety

*, Car Computing, Electronics, Hardware, Mobility

MIT has been working on a project in the realm of automated car safety. A very cool concept that if, while driving, the car detects a level of dangerous and unsafe driving path ahead, the car will read and automatically … Continue reading

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13 jul

Advantage of Reverse Tethering with Android/iPhone

**, Android, Clusters, Internet, iPhone, Java, Mobility, Objective-C

We all know what a mobile hotspot is and what tethering a mobile phone’s internet connection via USB. Today, our phones have become our backup internet, and with Android and their native support for tethering (although many carriers chose to … Continue reading

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12 jul

The Issue with US Patents

*, Apple, Companies, Electronics, Entrepreneurship, Hardware, Microsoft, News

Today’s tech world is filled with lawsuits and patent disputes. It’s almost as if patents are be created for just about everything and that they are plaguing more than protecting. So, let’s take and learn a little bit from somebody … Continue reading

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11 jul

iPad Type Writer – Need an Easier way to Type

*, Apple, Electronics, iPad

More and more, I’ve been finding myself interested in concept designs. Basically images that are created as a proof of concept for potential ideas and new potential projects. I found this one today and I say it should be made! … Continue reading

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10 jul

Robots Playing Ping Pong Against Each Other

**, beer, C++, Electronics, Hardware, Robotics

Robots are always a fascinating thing. Scientists and individual technologists use every day random things as tasks for robots to do to challenge their design and implementation skills. One of my first posts here was a robot fetching a beer … Continue reading

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