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October 20th, 2010

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2010

October 15th, 2010

Let’s see if I can go the entire year of 2010 without posting any blog entries here… Oh wait.

John Carmack (on software patents)

October 10th, 2009

“The idea that I can be presented with a problem, set out to logically solve it with the tools at hand, and wind up with a program that could not be legally used because someone else followed the same logical steps some years ago and filed for a patent on it is horrifying.”

- John Carmack

Find Lost MS Office Product Keys

January 26th, 2009

After searching a few minutes for a Microsoft Office product key viewer, I found a free program that does what I was looking for. But not until after several crippled demo programs found their way onto my screen, which require payment to work. I just wanted to help promote the free one that I found.

ProduKey is a small utility that displays the ProductID and the CD-Key of MS-Office, Windows, Exchange Server, and SQL Server installed on your computer. You can view this information for your current running operating system, or for another operating system/computer – by using command-line options. This utility can be useful if you lost the product key of your Windows/Office, and you want to reinstall it on your computer.

Wood Fence Material/Cost Estimator

November 9th, 2008

I just made a simple, crude Wood Fence Material/Cost Estimator. Motivation thanks to Hurricane Ike tearing down my fence. Thanks, Ike.

Major Storm Brewing On The Net

October 31st, 2007

The Storm has been spreading steadily since last January, gradually constructing a huge botnet. It affects only computers running Microsoft Windows, but that means that more than 90 per cent of the world’s PCs are vulnerable.

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See Your Car in a Crash and then again in Slow Motion – Over 150 Models

June 14th, 2007

Ever wanted to see what your car would look like if a dummy drove it into a wall? Admit it, you think about it when you get a lousy trade-in price. Thankfully, there’s the Consumer Reports Crash Test videos, where you can see how your car will hold up against things like short concrete walls and other typical objects found along a highway.

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What Are the Governments Hiding – List Of Places Blurred Out on Google Maps

April 13th, 2007

This is a list of places blurred out on Google Maps. What could possibly be here?

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New attack cracks WEP in record time

April 5th, 2007

Your home or office WiFi network may be even less secure than you think. Researchers have now shown that they can break 104-bit WEP, a common 802.11b/g/n security mechanism, in as little as one or two minutes.
Note:
128-bit WEP is 104-bit key + 24-bit initialization vector.
In plain english: This attack is against 128-bit WEP, they just refer it by the actual key size.

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HOWTO: Enable Concurrent Remote Desktop Sessions in Windows XP SP2

March 22nd, 2007

Windows XP does not allow concurrent sessions for its Remote Desktop feature. What this means is that if a user is logged on at the local console, a remote user has to kick him off before starting work on the box. Read on to learn how to remove that limitation in Windows XP SP2

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