Google App Engine - Google Code

Posted on April 08, 2008 in General News

Run your web applications on Google's infrastructure.
Google App Engine enables you to build web applications on the same scalable systems that power Google applications.

AutoRuns for Windows -

Posted on April 08, 2008 in Fix-it

This utility, which has the most comprehensive knowledge of auto-starting locations of any startup monitor, shows you what programs are configured to run during system bootup or login, and shows you the entries in the order Windows processes them. These programs include ones in your startup folder …

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Nicecast: Broadcast any audio anywhere - Rogue Amoeba

Posted on April 07, 2008 in General News

Nicecast is the easiest way to broadcast music from OS X. Broadcast to the world, or just across your house. Nicecast can help you create your own internet radio station or allow you to listen to your iTunes Music Library …

Continue reading Hidden Treasures of the Perl Core

Posted on April 03, 2008 in Experience, How-to

an old article but very handy...

The Perl Core comes with a lot of little modules to help you get thejob done. Many of these modules are not well-known. Even some of the well-known modules have some nice features that are often …

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5 Ways to Test If Your ISP Throttles P2P « NewTeeVee

Posted on April 03, 2008 in How-to

Do your torrent downloads seem to be taking longer than usual? Are you trying to transfer, say, a home video to a friend via Pando and the upload keeps getting stuck? Or maybe you’re having problems with BitTorrent’s …

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How to Change the Timezone in Linux - wikiHow

Posted on April 02, 2008 in How-to

Most modern Linux distributions have user-friendly programs to set the timezone, often accesible through the program menus or right-clicking the clock in a desktop environment such as KDE or GNOME. Failing that it's possible to manually change the system timezone in Linux …

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Creating a HOSTS Editor in Windows XP -

Posted on April 01, 2008 in How-to

This is by far the easiest way to edit the HOSTS file in XP that I've found. I also like the serving up a HOSTS file from a server (see the link).

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To edit your HOSTS file you can create a custom Desktop or Quick Launch …

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How to unzip very large files

Posted on March 18, 2008 in How-to

Some windows programs use a compression for larger files that is not compatible with the linux unzip command. Resulting in the following error:

need PK compat. v4.5 (can do v2.1)

There is a special program for handling these large files: p7zip

Run these commands to install and run …

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launchd: Better than sliced bread - Chris Hanson

Posted on March 17, 2008 in How-to

Simply put, launchd is what makes it easy to get tasks launched on-demand on Mac OS X 10.4 and later. It obviates lots of different archaic Unix infrastructure — init.d, cron, inetd — in favor of a single self-consistent and easy to use …

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How To Crack WEP

Posted on March 03, 2008 in How-to

Here are a few much better links which use a variety of tools including Aircrack:
WEP Cracking...Reloaded Written By: Kevin Herring and Tim Higgins

How To Crack WEP - Part 1: Setup & Network Recon

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