Sagacious Himself — brevity in circumlocution: never blague — suffering genius

April 26, 2009

verizon fios westell 9100EM routers ripe for third party firmware: GPL

Filed under: Hardwares — Sagacious Himself @ 9:51 pm

verizon fios issued westell routers potentially suck-proof


A90-9100EM15-10 Open Source

.or not




Do NOT suffer with internet facing MoCA FIOS CPE!!  FIOS **DOES** function flawlessly internet over  ethernet from ONT, then keep evil MoCA CPE behind ethernet gear of YOUR choosing.  This will NOT break guide or vod.  This will circumvent SIP-rape of westell’s poorly designed (undisable-able sip alg)

[ ]

April 24, 2009

netgear facetiously compares EVA9150 to xbox360 – does not bother comparing to XBMC

Filed under: gadget,Hardwares — Sagacious Himself @ 6:47 pm

EVA9150 nearly a match for XBMC on xbox360

Cute chart, netgear, but I did not buy my xbox360 for its native features.  I bought it to use XBMC for my media on MY terms and it happens to play games.  Having DRM is a sale killer.

The sata drive bay is a nice touch, though when combined with docking station. It natively can take advantage of my 802.11a.

If freedom to tinker is mostly meaningless to you (making you mostly feckless) then EVA9150 migth be a match for you… as long as you’re fine with crippled support for matroska d’oh… or you aren’t bothered by a whole host of other problems that are sure to be “addressed” in classic netgear style (ignore them to death):


April 22, 2009

God help us when bookmarks become illegal

Filed under: BULLSHIT,Gross Politix,Knowledge — Sagacious Himself @ 10:04 pm

God help us when bookmarks become illegal

XML files are not conduits for copyrighted content.  If you thought hollywood executives were trapped to the left of the bell curve with liberalists and contratheists you were right.

Thank their similarly intellectually challenged lawyers for confirmation.

experience the joy of TMDA with trial of BurntMail

Filed under: DARPA — Sagacious Himself @ 8:13 am

experience the joy of TMDA with trial of BurntMail

BurntMail advanced options sport TMDA.  yay!!

April 21, 2009

OS integrity does not wane with use: OSX

Filed under: CIO — Sagacious Himself @ 4:24 am

OSX: the X11 of the future.  Transition sponsored by microsoft

thanks microsoft by making OSX more appealing by the hour

April 14, 2009

give word 2007 the less annoying word 2003 interface

Filed under: Download — Sagacious Himself @ 12:22 am

give word 2007 the less annoying word 2003 interface

Classic Menu for Office 2007

now you’ll be slightly less inclined to garrote a microsoft developer with a ribbon… if you need a bit more motivation in the other direction peruse miscrosoft’s vexing advice on the topic:

April 10, 2009

DEA with RSS

Filed under: DARPA — Sagacious Himself @ 3:26 pm


April 9, 2009

gmail inserting images: now iTards, luddites, and other imbeciles can send inline images too

Filed under: DARPA — Sagacious Himself @ 11:00 am

gmail co-enables cretins to insert images in email compose pane with button — but will they know where to locate the image file on their computer or know what a URL is?

Because select, copy, paste was FAR TOO CHALLENGING gmail now has a labs offering to simplify the originally easy process.  yay?

Maybe they’ll have a lab to create a ‘compose email’ button next woo

April 8, 2009

free DID with IVR

Filed under: bargain — Sagacious Himself @ 5:23 pm

free IVR DID or 200 free calls

requires a live sales call from them to activate… so 😉

April 7, 2009

the other way to check IMAP4/POP3 email from another (less trusted) location

Filed under: DARPA,Download — Sagacious Himself @ 10:33 pm

the other way to check IMAP4/POP3 email IMAP4/POP3 IMAP4/POP3   IMAP4 (SSL)/POP3 (SSL) POP3 external email, unlimited storage unlike evil-gmail POP3 external email, and POP3 accessible itself POP3 external email, and IMAP4.POP3 accessible itself POP3 external email, and IMAP4 accessible itself

or wait for/make this portable: IMAP4/POP3

pass go, collect $200, download SpiceBird (bye Thunderbird)

— needs testing —  POP3 IMAP4, POP3, SSL, TLSv1


now can we get some FULL IMAP compliance now please?

maybe only available from ?

still foolishly trusting gmail?  here’s some webmail food for thought.. cross apply it to your interweb ‘presence’

April 6, 2009

archos better than cowon? it would seem so

Filed under: gadget,Hardwares,PMP — Sagacious Himself @ 5:23 pm

cowon stagnation?  fr*nch archos to the rescue?

cowon america “support” is abysmal at best.  Inconvenient fine grain functionality questions go unanswered in their support forums and emails get the godaddy run around.  While I have not yet purchased an archos which has much to do with them being Fr*nch Cowon is sitting on their innovation hands.

cowon needs an HD media output option.  SD on my HD hardware is not acceptable.  Deviation from reference design?  Doesn’t seem to happen with cowon ‘engineers’.  Archos has the korean upselling mentality mastered ironically: pay for the hardware and pay to unlock features one at a time with software patches.

My Cowon Q5W GPS adventure was other than delightful.  I need FLAC playback with an intelligently designed GUI that provides useful information and easy control.  I need HD video out.  I am not a fan of proprietary connectors. I want to be able to wirelessly mount my CFS shares to *stream* media.  Bluetooth media broadcast to my car is not asking much.

Stay tuned for adventures in archos land…

yahoo jacko propaganda not inspiring – mostly disturbing – but unlimited storage for Ymail

Filed under: bizarre must awesome want — Sagacious Himself @ 5:01 pm

yahoo jacko propaganda not inspiring

yahoo seems more pro faggot with jacko promotion than with


April 5, 2009

Google FX: banishing wicked-ia from results

Filed under: DARPA — Sagacious Himself @ 11:07 pm

banish wiki*dia from google FX user script

open the user script in your favority non-notepade, non-wordpad text editor (like vi)

Find the one instance of  “wikiPanel();” around line 2982 and comment it out to banish evil from the right panel thusly:

// wikiPanel();

to remove the wicked-ia linkage from the extra engine list atop the page nullify the wiki*dia from the array around line 303:

	Wiki      :[''      ,'/wiki/Special:Search?go=go&search='	],

this will also prevent google fx from spawning a search tab with wiki*dia results


ahhh no more wiki*dia

to remove wicked-ia from search results use one of these fine user scripts

google search filter plus


google noise reduction

^ also fantastic for removing junk sites.  the former has excellent wild card support

where’s the new AdBrick?

Filed under: DARPA — Sagacious Himself @ 10:37 pm

AdBrick almost > IEpro

does your trunk box of money email contain

Filed under: I am bored — Sagacious Himself @ 8:57 pm

free money for sale

X-Yahoo-Newman-Property: calendar-invite

you have a complimentary red flag

April 4, 2009

irony pedia: truth-by-consesus self defeating as is article on wiki*dia

Filed under: Humor — Sagacious Himself @ 9:14 am

IronyPedia from {wicked-ia}



self refuting therefore wiki_dia orphaned

Britannica Illustrated Science Library is a must have even if you own a complete set of Britannic encyclopedias

Filed under: Knowledge — Sagacious Himself @ 8:59 am

Britannica Illustrated Science Library

truth-by-consensus, a blackhole for integrity,  naturally pales in comparison to Britannica’s new offering (also available somewhere in PDF format)

Britannica Illustrated Science Library
An Engaging 16-Volume Set That Explains Key Scientific Topics

The Britannica Illustrated Science Library is a visually compelling set that covers earth science, life science, and physical science in 16 volumes. Created for ages 10 and up, each volume provides an overview on a subject and thoroughly explains it through detailed and powerful graphics—more than 1,000 per volume—that turn complex subjects into information that students can grasp. Each volume contains a glossary with full definitions for vocabulary help and a comprehensive index.




Vivid, Detailed Illustrations Make This Set Unique

Students will be captivated by more than 16,000 amazing illustrations that make each subject come to life.

Comprehensive Coverage of Important Science Topics

The set includes the key science subjects that students need to know about: Weather and Climate, the Human Body, Space, Technology, and much more. Young learners will gain a confident and solid understanding of science.

Clear Organization Makes Learning Easy

Each topic includes a brief, informative overview and then immerses students in the details with the help of stunning visual diagrams.


  • Universe
  • Rocks and Minerals
  • Volcanoes and Earthquakes
  • Climate
  • Evolution and Genetics
  • Plants, Algae, and Fungi
  • Invertebrates
  • Fish and Amphibians
  • Reptiles and Dinosaurs
  • Birds
  • Mammals
  • Human Body I
  • Human Body II
  • Energy and Movement
  • Technology
  • Space Exploration
Product Details
ISBN: 978-1-59339-382-3


[ | | ]

antitumor pharmacology – know someone with brain cancer?

Filed under: Healthy — Sagacious Himself @ 8:04 am

know someone with brain cancer

The foreign gene, CD gene, was correctly inserted into pGEX-1LambdaT plasmid and transferred into Bifidobacterium infantis. CD/5-FC suicide gene therapy system mediated by Bifidobacterium infantis demonstrated a good antitumor effect on melanoma in vitro and in vivo.


today’s word is: cytosine

Create a free website or blog at