You're viewing a partial stream (from 04/01/07 to 04/30/07), you may want to view the entire stream.
Want to test out LAMP hosting? Play with a few php/MySQL scripts? Not have to worry about hosting?
Get a free LAMP hosting account at justfree.com.
Looks cool for smaller personal sites.
Well, looks like YouTube might be an interesting outlet of political ideas. Currently they're featuring presidential candidate's profiles - the current one is Mitt Romney.
Of course, you can always count on social sites for well thought out and reasonable commentary from the general populous:
Let's see if you have what it takes to rid America of the neo-Zionists and AIPAC's influence. Unless you say it out loud, I won't vote for you and I'm a Republican.
Right, we're in more danger from them neo-Zionists than, oh say, terrorists.
About a year or so ago, he did a 180 on just about all issues from abortion, gay marriage or any other hot button for republicans.
I am not republican, but just thought you would like to know from an insider this guy is as fake as they come. A real player.
True? I don't know, but I'm sure the 'not republican' is objective.
At least he isn't as bad as Bush what a RETARD
You're making this too easy.
Nothing personal Mitt, but I am sick and tired of republican corruption and incompetence. Its time for a change. Its time for leadership that cares about the middle and lower economic class.
That's right, John Kerry, Howard Dean, and Algore care about the middle and lower class.
Got this from AVG:
While there are no known cases of this particular exploit actually in use, proof of concept code has shown it to be possible and effective. Fortunately, simply changing the default administrative password of the router easily mitigates the risk! All broadband routers are shipped with an administrative account and a default password, usually something like "password" or "admin" and most users never change these to a stronger password. This is a relatively easy task, the user would just need to log into the router's IP address (usually something like 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1) and log in with the default password - see the documentation or go to one of the online databases such as http://www.routerpasswords.com to determine the password. Then set a new password and you have mitigated the risk!
Here's something for Harry, in case he ever tires of correcting my spelling.
Make a Mark
Carbonite finished the backup of my audio files a few days ago. I started the trial a couple of weeks back. Couldn't keep it running all the time, but I had it up most of the time. So now there's 18 gig (yeah, 18 gig) of digital audio backed up on the Carbonite servers.
I like the system - while you can't backup network drives, or anything but local drives on a windows installation (as far as I know) - it does seem useful as a backup for things you keep on your local machine. In my case, the source files for the recordings I'm working on when I record outside the studio.
So a good choice if you travel with your work, when your documents are on your laptop. And if you're a single computer user without local network storage.
Try it yourself, use offer code "Bzz".
Need to store important stuff? Try Clipperz - More than a password manager.
I'm toying with the same kind of idea for my client's remote backups. I can't guarantee that the web servers I rent have the security needed to protect their sensitive files, but that doesn't matter if the data is encrypted before it's sent, it should be fine.
This is a cool utility for weather when traveling.
[Note: Aforementioned utility does not warn about the condition of your tires.]
Pack up the kids, we're moving to Mexico.
Okay, so there's no kids, but still the world's second (or is it third) largest city, now with free wifi - that's better than the service I get.