17 FREE Amazone Kindle Cookbooks

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The MYO Mothion Control Armband

This is the reason why we love technology so much, and I can guarantee this will be the coolest thing you lay your eyes on today. TheNextWeb has passed along a story of a new product being developed by Thalmic labs that will be out this Holiday season. What the product is, is essentially an armband — called MYO — that will allow anyone to control and interact with technology using only their fingers and hands. “Very cool and impressive. I hope this finds its way into our future soon.” – Steve Wozniak (more…)

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How to Setup a VPN Server Using a DD-WRT Router

DD-WRT Configuration

Before setting up the VPN Server, you must first make sure your installed build of DD-WRT includes the PPTP VPN features. The DD-WRT feature list shows this as “PPTP / PPTP Client” on their chart. Check the installed version on your router (which you can see in the upper right corner on the configuration pages) against the chart. If the feature is not included in your build, you will need to flash your router with a DD-WRT version which does include the “PPTP / PPTP Client”. image To turn on the PPTP VPN Server, navigate to the Services tab and then the VPN sub-tab and select the option to enable the PPTP Server. Once enabled, several previously hidden options will appear. Configure them as follows:
  • Server IP: Public IP address of the router
  • Client IP(s): List of local IP’s (respective to the VPN network) to use when assigning IP addresses to clients connecting through the VPN. In our example, we are setting aside 5 IP addresses (192.168.16.5, .6, .7, .8, .9) for use by the VPN clients.
  • CHAP-Secrets: User name and passwords for VPN authentication. The format is “user * password *” (user[space]*[space]password[space]*), with each entry on its own line. In our example, there is just a single accepted user name (jfaulkner) and password (SecretPassword1).
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By nelson, ago

Create and upload a torrent on TPB using µTorrent

(1) Preparation

So first off we'll need to create two new folders somewhere on your computer, for this example I'm using my Data drive D.The first we'll call 'info'. We'll be storing 3 files in the 'info' folder :
  • a TXT file,
  • a picture,
  • and the .torrent that we will create in section (2).
The second folder will contain the files you wish to share with the world. Give it a title representing the content. We'll need it for section (2) 'Creating the .torrent'.
Example :
[Image: I53JK.png]
1.1 The torrent description in a TXT file Why? For three reasons: a) TPB captcha times out after approximately 90 seconds, so we're better off copy/pasting a description previously written than typing hastily the text while uploading. b) At the time of writing this tutorial, the edit and delete torrent functions are disabled. It is important to have your text exactly as you wish it to be seen on TPB before you upload. c) It's always handy to have your description backed up in case you want to post your torrent on another site as well as TPB. 1.2 A picture in .jpg or .png Why? Although it's not compulsory, it will improve your torrent presentation and allows room for some more visual information. TPB implemented its own image hosting site for that purpose, bayimg. 1.3 .torrent file We haven't got it yet, but we will in section (2). Why? We need it to share our files with others. TPB hosts and indexes .torrent files (URLs of trackers and metadata about the pieces), the actual content is in people's computer's hard drives.

By nelson, ago

Free DNS

Google Pubilc DNS IPV4: 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4 IPV6: 2001:4860:4860::8888 2001:4860:4860::8844 OpenDNS 208.67.222.222 208.67.220.220 Securly 184.169.143.224 184.169.161.155 Comodo Secure DNS 8.26.56.26 8.20.247.20 Advantage 156.154.70.1 156.154.71.1 Norton DNS 198.153.192.1 198.153.194.1 ScrubIT 67.138.54.100 207.225.209.66 OpenNIC 74.207.247.4 64.0.55.201 Public-Root 199.5.157.131 208.71.35.137 84.22.100.89 SmartViper 208.76.50.50 208.76.51.51 Read more…

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