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

March 24, 2012

wayland as ubuntu default is way backstep from x11

Filed under: Geeky goodness — Sagacious Himself @ 8:33 pm

you want to burn electric money on 3d?  good for you.  I for one do not.  As ubuntu inflicted “unity” I expect the same brilliance to effect wayland as default.

Informed decision?  not for future [new] ubuntu users

grrreat.  download a bigger shovel

 

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March 13, 2012

circumventing norton online family: info provided by public online norton help

Filed under: All Your Base,circumvention — Sagacious Himself @ 11:37 pm

here are some entertaining gems

* children who can create their own windows users now have accounts that are not monitored

“If your child uses Windows 7 in XP Mode, the Internet activities are not monitored. Your child can visit blocked Web sites and send instant messages to blocked IM friends.”

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savvy children will simply boot an alternative environment.  loop back proxy [service] with admin rights is another entertaining circumvention.

[ disable norton online family , beat norton online family , stop norton online family, defeat norton family ]

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android xmpp GibberBot 0.8.0 now multi-account and OTR

Filed under: bookmarkified,DARPA,Geeky goodness,privacy — Sagacious Himself @ 11:46 am
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hooray! Beem and GibberBot have been OTR capable for a while, Xabber has been multi-account but not OTR capable, but now GibberBot seems to be more capable than Beem and Xabber combined!

grab 0.8.0 alpha apk: https://github.com/guardianproject/Gibberbot
project site: https://guardianproject.info/apps/gibber/
tracker/apk files now at gp: https://dev.guardianproject.info/projects/gibberbot/files

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Expect more great advances from the PRIVACY-centric Guardian Project soon!  It’s been over a year since Xabber claimed to [plan to] re-release as Open Source.  Both Beem and GibberBot are Open Source.

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