kdf on June 28th, 2010

Wifi Password Etiquette. Easy to share and not the same as your banking/email passwords. Allow your guests internet access.

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kdf on February 13th, 2010

My site gets a redesign. John Allyn is wished happy birthday.

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kdf on July 5th, 2009

Tweet Recently 3 of my friends came into the fold of fellow iPhone owners. Here’s a listing of what apps I currently have on my iphone and why I like then or why I never use them. Screen one (the left side) has the apps I use most often. The Chronometer app is a collection [...]

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Doug on January 12th, 2008

Tweet I love the idea of websites that host pictures. I have photos scattered a few different services on the Web. I started with a service called PBase.com. I liked Pbase (my account has expired, but the pictures are still there) because of it’s classy interface and because it categorizes the equipment used to take [...]

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kdf on December 5th, 2006

Tweet First off, it’s called, “Cooking for Engineers” That appealed to me immediately. It’s full of pictures to help keep a guy on course as he prepares whatever. Someone else has to think this site is as useful as I do.

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kdf on September 28th, 2006

Tweet Albeit a bit rough at the edges, and definitely low budget, Alex Rose and his business partner Jay Adelson have started an online television network of sorts, sometimes called IPTV. Most of their programs appeal to geek culture and technology issues, but they’re cool. Check out revision3.com to see for yourself.

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Doug on September 18th, 2006

Tweet I think this is cool, and I wish I could make it work. Driftnet is a program which listens to network traffic and picks out images from TCP streams it observes. The user of this software would observe an ever-changing mosaic of all the jpeg images that other users of his LAN (local area [...]

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Tweet A shy 8-year-old Long Island Boy Wonder is making money hand over fist by teaching grownups how to master Halo. Click on ‘read more” to see the article. read more | digg story

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Doug on September 14th, 2006

Tweet Here’s one for the frequeent travelers out there. A definitive, comprehensive guide to airport wireless connections in the USA. Which airports offer wifi, who offers it and how much is it. read more | digg story

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Doug on September 14th, 2006

Tweet “A simple animated geographical visualization that shows the relative impact different countries have on climate change over the timeline of watching the application. Different icons represent the statistical data of countries in the context of its birth & death rate, & its carbon dioxide emission.” Via infosthetics.com. It’s important to realize that the CO2 [...]

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kdf on September 13th, 2006

Tweet I can’t believe how many people don’t know about versiontracker.com. At this site you’ll find a link to the most current version of any software you’re using.

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Doug on September 13th, 2006

Tweet I found this to be a really good example of how in a large organization, one group may have no idea what the other is doing. read more | digg story

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