Cool story, bro.
Cool story, bro.
Looks like a neat tool for detecting memory leaks in java.
It's ironic, but I desire these...
Old, untrue story which has taken many forms.
There is no network layout shown.
It does appear the netgear is in bridge mode, as if it was really routing (and doing NAT), then the modem could not send it's DHCP packets into the internal network.
If it was routing, then by changing the IP of the gateway to point to the modem would result in LAN systems being unroutable as the only way to reach the modem would be through the netgear which isn't the gateway.
Thus, the netgear has to be bridged.
If it's bridged, then this is a classic case of two DHCP servers being active on the same network. Bad.
If the verizon modem is really "stealing" passwords to the netgear, then he should provide packet logs of that.
I knew it!
I feel vindicated!
A small computer, in which it's innards are contained within the small plug portion that is inserted into the wall. Great concept and usefulness for small computer applications (automation, home media serving).
I really enjoyed this review of this book. While the reviewer does not agree with every conclusion of the book, nor the means in how the author got there, the review DOES interest me in BUYING and READING the book - which in my mind is what a good review is supposed to do.
Manager's Elbow from patting self on the back - Classic Dilbert.
A great way to hex-edit files using vim. Not sure why I didn't think of this before!
Hahaha! Click on [Show Source].
Electrosensitives (Allergic to EMF) have real symptoms, but aren't sensitive to EMF. Study concludes it's something else, maybe even self-induced.
A great review of HDR and an explanation of the dynamic range of most digital cameras. Beautiful pictures, too.
I'd sure like to keep track of what's going on with this guy's case.
Spreading a bunch of fear. It's akin to saying, "think of the children" while you tattoo ID numbers on everyone's forehead. If we made it illegal to have technology, then only criminals will have it.. because well, they're criminals - they're USED to not following laws. duh.
Cool video compiling different statistics in perspectives that anyone can understand.
I'm not sure how I feel about this. For one, I'm a privacy advocate, yet I also have a son where this could happen to me. When my ex took my son to Missouri, and I didn't know where he was - I said and did ANYTHING to find out where he was. At that point, I could have cared less about privacy laws. Yet, I don't want just ANYONE (government, law enforcement, The Church) to locate me and track me via Cell.
I feel this should also be allowed via a court order, perhaps an emergency order - which I was able to get. There needs to be documented justification for this type of privacy invasion.
Newsgroups - a staple of the internet. It's just a matter of time when other ISP's drop it. I will miss it :(
I love new web technologies, while not something I see myself using on a day to day basis, it's definitely something that is pushing the envelope of internet usability. User submitted content tagged with Geography. Brilliant!
Warp fields, duh!