Friday, November 25, 2005

1980 Games Online...

Games From the 80s and early 90s. Lots of ninentdo and arcade games run right on the site... Enjoy

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Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Creating Your Own Linux Mail Server

Covers how to get the actual mail system up and running, but most interesting because of the anti-spam techniques and actually using the mail system with the mutt and squirrelmail mail clients.

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Seeing is Believing?

Various illusions and paradoxes.

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Repartition Your Drive Without Reformatting

Using a Live Linux CD, repartition your Windows NTFS or FAT32 drive without always, perform a backup of important files.

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Reset Windows XP password

Uses install disc and a hole in the installation screen.

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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Awesome Free Flight Sim

This is frickin awesome! Forget about X-plane and MS Flight Sim: FlightGear is a free flight simulator project. It is being developed through the gracious contributions of source code and spare time by many talented people from around the globe. That means FREE, people!
Version 0.9.9 is out now!

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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

How to: Apache/Perl/MySQL/PHP for windows

Excellent tutorial on how to set up Apache Perl MySQL and PHP working and talking to each other on Windows. Step by step easy to follow instructions.

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Build Your Own Video Arcade

Got an old computer laying around? Well put MAME on it an buid a video cabint just like the ones when you were a kid. Arcade Controls is a great web site that has plans tutorials and alot of resources and links to pull this off. Check this site out!

Sunday, November 13, 2005

Setting up your router/firewall properly

Many Internet users are not aware of how to configure their router or firewall in order to use applications like Peer-to-Peer file sharing (PtoP), Internet Games, Web serving, FTP serving, WebCams, IRC DDC, and Instant Messaging such as AIM, ICQ, Yahoo and MS Messenger.

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New Linux live CD for security professionals

Arudius (formerly Securinix) is a live CD Linux distribution based on Slackware (Minislack) and Linux Live scripts. It contains an extensive set of software tools used by IT security professionals for penetration testing and vulnerability analysis.

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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Top 5 HDTV mistakes to avoid

Looking to make an HDTV purchase? These simple, but profound, misunderstandings and mistakes should be avoided.

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'All You Wanted to Know About T1'

"T1 is a high speed digital network (1.544 mbps) developed by AT&T in 1957 and implemented in the early 1960's to support long-haul pulse-code modulation (PCM) voice transmission. The primary innovation of T1 was to introduce "digitized" voice and to create a network fully capable of digitally...."

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Kill Bill's Browser - Switch to Firefox

Google is offering $1 for every referral to Firefox with Google toolbar. So, made a free script that you can install on your website to detect IE and encourage people to switch. For every user you encourage to switch, you get a $1.

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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

XP Games - A Windows XP Freeware Game Guide v1.0.0 BETA

There are thousands of games available for Windows XP. All the well known titles cost money to own. This guide covers the better Freeware games from Independent Developers and Commercial Publishers. The following games are 100% free full games, not Demos or Shareware. None have any Adware or Spyware.

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Monday, November 07, 2005

Start your own GeekSquad

Put GeekSquad out of business. Here are some helpful tips on how you can set up a remote support website to make extra money fixing people's computer problems using One Click VNC servers.

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