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

December 1, 2018

missing the logic boat “Christian” site sails down delusional river

Filed under: Concept — Sagacious Himself @ 10:53 am
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https://www.christiantoday.com/article/in-tension-al-faith-an-introduction-to-both-and-thinking/131085.htm

wow. “Christian” today gives bad name to Christianity with reams of “articles” like this one that throws away eons of either/or logic undermining their grasp of truth per se.

 

 

March 31, 2013

inexpensive cheap BlueTooth adapter roundup

Filed under: DIY,Geeky goodness,HardWare,Ubuntu — Sagacious Himself @ 1:27 am

Ever wonder about the quality of cheap bluetooth dongles on amazon?  I did so I bought a few dozen.

soooo many junky non upgradeable  Cambridge Silicon Radio flavors.  My favorite junk CSR 0a12:0001 causes no problems until trying to pair then system hang — not so great for proximity login.

0a12:0001 [ASIN:B003VWU79I, merchant:A2T2LRVG0LYFAA, $2.5]

https://himself.wordpress.com/2013/05/14/usbvidpid_0a120001-_-asin_b003vwu79i-_-merchant_a2t2lrvg0lyfaa-_-usc_2500/

https://himself.wordpress.com/2013/05/14/0c457000-microdia-receiver-for-ipazzport-commander-bluetooth-kp-810-18br/

Most play well with the powered USB2 hub:

05e3:0608 Genesys Logic, Inc. USB-2.0 4-Port HUB,  Macally TriHub7, ASIN:B001DBF07S

Other fun hardware playing well on the hub

045e:001d Microsoft Corp. Natural Keyboard Pro
1532:000d Razer USA, Ltd

Hardware that does not play well on the Raspberry Pi directly or on the hub:

045e:001d Microsoft Corp. Natural Keyboard Pro — massively repeated letter strings and numerous letter dropouts

0c45:7000 Microdia, receiver for iPazzPort Commander Bluetooth KP-810-18BR [purchased from unisen-usa.com] — dongle doesn’t enjoy being BlueTooth
iPazzport_Commander810-18R__distributor_retail

input: RCMCU iPazzPort as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.7/usb1/1-5/1-5.4/1-5.4.4/1-5.4.4:1.0/input/input8
generic-usb 0003:0C45:7000.0007: input,hidraw6: USB HID v1.11 Keyboard [RCMCU iPazzPort] on usb-0000:00:1d.7-5.4.4/input0

I don’t often experience commercial breaks but when I do I do something else. For everything else there’s sick beard.

/etc/init.d/bluetooth restart

February 29, 2012

freedompop 4g free? no. money down the drain. freedompop is a scam: freedompop 4g is not free

Filed under: BULLSHIT,gadget,HardWare,Righteous Rage — Sagacious Himself @ 3:41 pm
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breakdown: http://Himself.wordpress.com/2012/10/07/freedompop-free-4g-is-free-except-for-the-fees-and-evil-billing-practices/

Akin to as seen on tv:  “free *simply give us money”

NetZero is STILL a scam!  NetZero free 4g is not free; netzero free 4g costs more than freedompop free 4g

alternative to freedompop 4g?  Netzero 4g

https://himself.wordpress.com/2012/02/29/alternative-to-freedompop-netzero-4g-with-similar-fees-minefield-and-unethical-business-practices/

March 20, 2011

must have android application for hold sanity

Filed under: android,CIO,Concept,DARPA,How To,SoftWare,voip — Sagacious Himself @ 9:20 am

Sure, mid conversation one could mash the speaker button and switch the call to speakerphone while on hold

…. but there is a f/OSS application [on google code] that uses the proximity sensor to do this automatically for you.  What’s more is has a toggle switch to engage only when phone is set upon a mostly horizontal surface:

Take phone from face, set on table… voila speakerphone on hold

SpeakerProximity

http://code.google.com/p/speakerproximity/

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there be one gui bug: speaker button does not illuminate when the application toggles speakerphone on by proximity sensor

Plays well with IMSdroid

http://code.google.com/p/imsdroid/

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March 6, 2011

port OUT google voice number : google lies and revisionist history

Filed under: AYBABTG,DARPA,DIY,overview — Sagacious Himself @ 8:51 am

[update, possible now after this article published, see edit3 below]

have an awesome google voice number?  I do.  But I’m not to keen on having google be a silent third party [call bridging] on all my calls.  😦   Yes, that would be call bridging, the technology google uses to connect two OTHER parties to a phone call.   A company who profits from context “would never ever” transcribe all bridged calls to better target market you.. nooo.  Would you like to buy a phone-bridge?

http://googlevoiceblog.blogspot.com/2011/01/port-your-existing-mobile-number-to.html

The above ‘new’ article covers porting IN a number to google for a mere $20 vs the ZERO cost of most other providers but ‘conveniently’ ignores porting OUT a google voice number to another provider.. one who won’t monitor all your calls to datamine  your life — as with EVERY google “free” service

http://google.com/search?client=ubuntu&channel=fs&q=”port+out”+google+voice+number&ie=utf-8

Best of luck with that.  Some have claimed success.  419 anyone?  I now only use google voice for 419 scambaiting games

revisionist history: once upon a time there was a google help article on porting-out.  It has since become existentially challenged.  Dig around archive.org if you please.  OT: It is there you will also find my ownership/creation of the vast majority of uber popular stumbleupon groups.

of the many ITSP/voip providers I use here are a few you-people might like to replace google voice for personal/business use:

voip.ms : enjoy a bit of Engrish with a lower cost [less awesome route] service

les : lean, mean [kind], soooper reliable.  strongly resistant to offering other-than 5060 ports (a must have for those suffering fios cpe or gear raped by other cretinous fops)

vitelity : kind to pbx in a flash community

viatalk : self described as targeting the “average” user.  power users and the greater powers will be displeased with responses to feature/functionality suggestions.   The only ITSP in this subset.  Soon to sport an android application — already feature an iphone applicaiton.  really really need to offer vpn connections like ooma.

voicepulse : _NO_ they suffer from feature-coma and suggestion blackholing.  They did finally listen to someone’s adamant suggestion to integrate youmail.

future nine: hands on admin, not so web savvy, if only VZW had this kind of customer service

combine les/voipms/vitelity with a (hosted) PBX for best results.  Tinker with IVR tarpitting.. voicexml is fun.  Be sure to patronize Aaron’s SipSorcery.

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google not evil, you say?  Violating federal law is good??

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edit1: it is more probable if porting-to an industry heavy hitter.  names withheld to protect the overworked.

edit2: expanded GoogleVoice refugee options.  Ask for the “googlevoice refugee discount”

edit3: WIN!  google has been shamed/pressured into posting a help article describing how to “unlock”, pay, and port OUT a google voice number.  mwahahaha!

This help article was EXISTENTIALLY CHALLENGED prior to my blog post:

http://www.google.com/support/voice/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1316844

Be sure to select a payment method that does NOT volunteer identification information to the identity sucking, behavioral modeling, advertising entity that is hypocritically-evil google:

https://www.google.com/voice/unlock

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March 10, 2008

I want a steganography tool to host non-image files in blog provider’s free image hosting

Filed under: circumvention,Concept — Sagacious Himself @ 4:05 am

It would need to generate a noise image large enough for whatever file, and as part of the image contain the file name, and optionally date stamp, and MD5 hash of the contained file.  Not to be used to “hide” files, but encapsulate them for easy retrieval.

Preferable output is PNG because most image hosts do not try to resample or recompress PNG.

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March 1, 2008

IrfanView ImageShack plugin

Filed under: Concept — Sagacious Himself @ 4:24 pm

yes, I did send that feedback

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February 29, 2008

mystery science: invasion for flesh and blood

Filed under: movie overview — Sagacious Himself @ 1:09 pm

How could you not mock this “great” horror flick monster

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check out that slimy mug

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I must have you!

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Do I have an underbite?

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obey hypnotoad

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arg my teeth

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when catapults are outlawed….

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gold robot guy to the rescue


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stop eating my dog

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how many humans does it take to fill a trashcan?

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where’s peta now?

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February 22, 2008

Ease your carbon debt with Baby Power

Filed under: Black Hussein Obama,Concept,Gulagosphere,low tech — Sagacious Himself @ 9:56 pm

February 16, 2008

digg’s friend status should have friendness-direction arrows

Filed under: category euthanized,Concept — Sagacious Himself @ 2:24 pm

Is he a fan of me or am I a fan of him?

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February 15, 2008

Cowon A3 plays Matroska.. Q5W filters out MKV extension.. no play joy

Filed under: HardWare — Sagacious Himself @ 10:43 am

Q5W won’t play MP4,
Q5W won’t play  MKV,
Q5W won’t play  M4K

… very disappointing

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February 14, 2008

BROKEN junk should have its own ebay category… acounts selling BROKEN junk in wrong category should be suspended

Filed under: BULLSHIT,Concept,DARPA,Justice — Sagacious Himself @ 8:36 pm

Tired of finding stuff listed as broken, “not working”, or “as is” with no assurance of functionality, too?  REQUIRING ALL sellers tick a box assuring functionality on penalty of suspension would allay the issue.

NOT-checking the box would force the item into a separate category of brokenness and NOT show in standard search results

ARRRG

Condition used?   Obviously used to death.  wrong infernal category, cretin

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February 12, 2008

myoelectric text entry (keyboard)

Filed under: CIO,Concept — Sagacious Himself @ 11:13 am

updated 2011 with newer products

keyglove, and mouseglove are the products to watch. They are of the DIY variety so being existentially challenged is as much your fault as any

timeline, products, and sparking ideas..

fun phrases

Surface electromyography

United States Patent 4964411
Evoked EMG signal processing, Issued on October 23, 1990

A method of separating dispersive and synchronous time varying myoelectric signals

The Finger-Joint Gesture Wearable Keypad (1999)
http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/goldstein99fingerjoint.html

Survey of virtual keyboards
http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/532022.html

FingeRing

thumbcode

DSI datotech: mutli-point touchpad

VKB projection

VKey

How to operate a PC without using the hands (2005): HaMCoS
http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1090785.1090828


Today:  SenseBoard

http://www.senseboard.com/

^ now bankrupt “assets owned by Asplund Data AB

Patent number: 7362305

Alternatively: DataHand keyboard (defunct)

natural keyboard = Klockenberg, 1926?

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update: wordpress hosted images for posterity and whatnot, and newer devices

And newer items which might violate existing IP leading to similar demise.  Wish for them in frustration

MouseGlove, built around arduino, this might be your best shot at ACTUALLY obtaining  one!

http://mouseglove.sourceforge.net/

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SudoGlove, a Cornell project, also built atop arduino

NOT designed for text entry, not likely adaptable without overkill effort

http://www.jeremyblum.com/2010/05/09/sudoglove/

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MIT Glove Mouse

NOT designed for text entry

http://web.mit.edu/kimt/www/6.111/final/index.html

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The peregrine glove

actually-available, polished product, not designed with typing in mind, but could be adapted

http://theperegrine.com/product/

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kitty

designed for TYPING

http://www.kittytech.com/

cmehring@eng.uci.edu

reminiscent of a Police song

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not wearable, not a full keyboard

http://www.matias.ca/halfkeyboard/index.php?refID=7

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keyglove build your own adventure, if your inner purest rebels against arduino, but similarly Open Source. Encouraging the freedom to tinker

designed with typing and game control

http://www.wirejunkie.com/resources/wearable/keyglove/

http://www.keyglove.net/features/

pump them full of mature suggestions: http://www.keyglove.net/contact

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some more wearable gear

http://wearables.blu.org/

2002 standford link collection

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FingeRing

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thumbcode

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DSI datotech keyboard

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VKB projection keyboard a must have stocking stuffer

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VKEY, smart room accessory? or for the light traveling executive?

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senseboard.  I have been irked that repeated attempts to purchase since comdex debut were ignored

SenseBoard Technologies AB P.O. Box 1077 Se-164 25 Kista SE

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datahand, excellent for those with fine motor skills or a desire to escape repeated action injury

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fun comparison matrix of esoteric data key entry devices

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dd-wrt 23 sp2 vs tomato 1.15 — screencaps and whatnot

Filed under: category euthanized,DARPA,Geeky goodness,HardWare,Software Review — Sagacious Himself @ 8:59 am

briefly


tomato has more intuitive QoS controls

tomato has shinier bandwidth graphs

  • tomato bandwidth realtime

  • tomato QoS connections distribution

dd-wrt screenshots later

When KAID, VPN, and VoIP are not an issue tomato is the way to go.

I’m days away from donating $20 to dd-wrt to try their ‘special’ QoS edition!

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January 11, 2008

low cost alternative to cowon Q5W + GPS – MTWO Technologies GPS-288 – FLAC xvid TV-out SDRAM 2gigs

Filed under: category euthanized,CIO,GPS,HardWare,PMP — Sagacious Himself @ 8:00 pm
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MTWO Technologies GPS-288

2.8-inch Multimedia Player with GPS Navigation Function

http://m-two.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008811374324/pdtl/Portable-GPS/1004679615/Portable-GPS.htm

MTWO Technologies GPS-288

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Plays videos and the beloved FLAC… TV-out, secondary to GPS

Key Specifications/Special Features:

  • GPS navigation, music player, video player, photo viewer, FM radio, voice recording, E-book and gaming all-in-one
  • Embedded Linux system (version 2.6.14)
  • Actions ATT2200 processor (MIPS + DSP, 180MHz)
  • Screen: 2.8-inch TFT LCD, QVGA 320 x 240, 260K colors, touch screen
  • Storage: build-in NAND flash, up to 1GB, external SD/MMC card up to 2GB
  • Music format: WMA, DRM WMA, ASF, OGG, APE, FLAC, WAV, AUDIBLE
  • Supports ID3 LRC
  • Equalizer: seven mode, SRS WOW, SRS WOW HD, user mode
  • Recording: FM recording, MIC recording. Format: WAV, ACT
  • Photo viewer: support JPEG, BMP, GIF format
  • Video format: XviD, AMVB, WMV
  • Video out: TV out
  • USB OTG
  • FM radio and FM recording
  • Support actions DRM
  • Build-in stereo speaker
  • System:
    • CPU: Actions ATT2200 processor (MIPS + DSP, 180MHz)
    • SDRAM: 64MB
    • NAND flash: 64MB (up to 1GB)
    • OS: embedded Linux system (version 2.6.14)
  • Functions:
    • Channels: 20
    • Position: less than 10m
    • Velocity: 0.1m/seconds
    • Time: 0.01 seconds to GPS time
    • TTFF (open sky)
    • Reacquisition: 0.1 seconds, average
    • Hot start: 8 seconds, average
    • Warm start: 29 seconds, average
    • Cold start: 42 seconds, average
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September 18, 2007

trust us with all your phone numbers, all your email addresses, all your passwords, all your pincodes… and collect all your inbound communication in one convenient google-monitored-and-indefinately-cached location! ooooh sign me up.. not

Filed under: All Your Base,category euthanized,CIO,Concept,Review — Sagacious Himself @ 5:04 pm

GrandCentral sounded like a Ring-One telco service onlinified…

“recently acquired by google”

wow… what a surprise?

google wants to own you

September 12, 2007

hunt for the ideal SATA/EIDE to USB2 gizmo (not an enclosure)

Filed under: category euthanized,CIO,Geeky goodness,Review — Sagacious Himself @ 1:04 pm

I already own a Vantec CB-ISATAU2 … but it appears to be a first or second generation edition of this three type device to USB idea. It’s working fine with my Seagate 320 SATA. Curiously its the only one to require power be fed to the gizmo to power 2.5″ ide drives.
This time I’m going to buy the MASSCOOL ADT-UPS003-S. The only thing its missing is a power switch… I think that’s easily remedied 😉

not hardwired == device not hardwired to USB
those not showing 2amp 12v are 1.5amp 12v

Rosewill RCW-608 is the only one boasting Sata II, but remember we’re connecting via USB2 here. Sadly I couldn’t find a similar class of devices that used Firewire400 (or 800) instead of USB2. Some of us know Firewire provides better continuous speed than USB2.
bytecc BT-300 (hardwired,no switch, 4pin molex feeds device, sata power/data ports on device)
http://www.byteccusa.com/product/adapter/BT-300/BT-300.htm

Rosewill RCW-608 (sata II, power switch, brick-Y: 4pin molex && Sata, only sata data port on device)
http://www.rosewill.com/product/product.aspx?productId=903

* MASSCOOL ADT-UPS003-S (2amp 12v, not hardwired, no switch, ATAPI, simul: SATA + 2.5″ IDE, 4pin molex feeds device, sata power/data ports on device)
http://www.fannerusa.com/masscool/Product.aspx?ID=296

Sabrent USB-DSC5 (2amp 12v, hardwired, 4pin->sata.power simul: SATA + 2.5″ IDE … looks like gen1.5 of vantec, only sata data port on device)
http://www.sabrent.com/products/specs/usb-dsc5.htm

Sytche SCUPS 1000 (2amp 12v, not hardwired, switch, ATAPI, NO 2.5″ IDE, simul: SATA + 3.5″ IDE/ATAPI, 4pin molex feeds device, sata power/data ports on device)
http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/acc/013/scupc1000.html

This information is provided as a resource for myself… if you find it useful then your day became a little better… you’re welcome

August 10, 2007

mobile phone laptop cars? AlphaCOM rolling over in grave

AlphaCOM, pioneers of mobile PCMCIA cards, rolls eyes over “new” mobile phone company’s laptop cards.  It was cool at 1997 COMDEX.  19.2k with LOTS of compression?  Remember when I suggested bonding multiple cards TEN YEARS AGO?  Bonding isn’t new, but its time has come again.  Most laptops have two PCMCIA slots.  2x broadband > 1x broadband

But $49 is better than the $600 I spent four years ago testing cards from VerizonEvil Wireless and AT&T.  I had a less unpleasant experience tethering my laptop to my moto.

June 2, 2007

firefox extension: slow loading page element nuke

Filed under: AdNoyances,category euthanized,Concept,Tagtastic — Sagacious Himself @ 12:15 am

There needs to be an extension to ‘speed up’ slow loading site pages by nuking elements (or temp blocking) that fall well below the average page element load time — or a specified load time.  No more waiting on cross domain loads, bloat, or objects in high demand.  Once could set a global threshold and thresholds for individual domains or domains+paths

February 20, 2007

At last a digital music licensing scheme the recording industry can live with

Filed under: category euthanized,Concept,Piracy — Sagacious Himself @ 6:54 pm

https://i1.wp.com/img145.imageshack.us/img145/7098/df20010306bh7.jpg

December 19, 2006

what happens when you don’t understand the word fascism? and have a not-good knowledge of history?

Filed under: BULLSHIT,category euthanized,Gross Politix,Knowledge,Liberalists,Review — Sagacious Himself @ 11:58 pm

you might write an article entitled

what is good about fascism?

that tries to seriously compare the word to the United States

:blink:

October 27, 2006

getting basic auth to work on godaddy shared webhosting — fun with .htaccess and .htpasswd

Filed under: BULLSHIT,category euthanized,CIO,Review — Sagacious Himself @ 2:04 am

one cannot enable basic auth on the root of a godaddy shared hosting account.

GoDud uses some horrifically annoying caching proxy so you might drive yourself near madness tinkering with content and permissions trying to get basic auth working.  Wait about 24 hours and what didn’t work when you initially uploaded will mysteriously function without a hitch the next day.

For ‘security’ reasons GoDud refuses to release version information about their servers and the respective software packages on the webhost.  Isn’t security through obscurity grand?

** sometimes ** this works:

AFTER uploading content to the directory you wish to protect, and AFTER you’ve configured basic auth, THEN create a new subdirectory and mass-move all the files into it.  Browse to the content in the sub-directory.. voila! you’re now prompted for authentication.

oooh fun!

“Can I move the files up a level now?”

Sure, but basic auth will not-work again.

If I were paying a monthly fee for this shared hosting I’d be vexed beyond description.  GoDaddy is fine for hosting: content for direct download.  GoDaddy is NOT fine for most php application or much of anything else.

September 16, 2006

newegg scam digg in top ten on google

Filed under: BULLSHIT,category euthanized,HardWare,Review — Sagacious Himself @ 4:40 pm

websearch for: NewEgg scam

how do you like those eggs, NewEgg?  A little bitter?

September 13, 2006

I swear I thought of it this morning first.. or digg is reading my mind… and they almost perfectly implemented my sticky diggs

What’s digg missing?  Sticky diggs.

I thought of it this morning in the shower.  But I was too lazy to bug them in the morning.  Lo and behold there’s something very close today: “My #1”.

Sure, I have a nearly eerie power to sway but I didn’t think it worked across vast distances on people I’ve never meant.  I must be getting more powerful.

mwahahaha

September 9, 2006

looks like I’m not the only one to SUFFER HORRIBLE inbound call quality issues with VoicePulse

Filed under: category euthanized,Review — Sagacious Himself @ 11:13 am

I have SEVERAL EXTREMELY fast internet connections in the house.  At one point one EXTREMELY fast connection was provided for the EXCLUSIVE use of the VoicePulse phone-adapter and the problems persisted.  Clearly NOT a bandwidth issue.

http://www.scroogle.org/cgi-bin/nbbw.cgi?Gw=voicepulse+AND+%28issue+OR+complain+OR+problem%29

August 25, 2006

RFID Passport Shield Failure Demo — using the gestapo to kill more flying Americans

solution? 666 tatoo time

Farraday shielding for US RFID passports? … let the RFID poison spamming begin

yes, its a sad day when citizens need tiny Farraday enclosures for their identification.  Farraday cages?  No, this is a new kind of digital draconia

http://www.paraben-forensics.com/rfid-passport-security.html

https://i1.wp.com/img242.imageshack.us/img242/5203/1ox1.jpg

see also

http://percybuilt.com/

http://rfid-shield.com/

(I’ve been saying this for years)

the best way to poison data harvesting is to (continuously) provide LOTS AND LOTS of BAD information. 

let the RFID spamming begin!!

August 19, 2006

TypeForge – opensource collaborative type design

Filed under: category euthanized,Concept,Download,Knowledge — Sagacious Himself @ 8:50 am

TypeForge – opensource collaborative type design

free fonts, and free information on font design most notably with FontForge.  Get feedback about your font designs

August 10, 2006

cheese eating surrender monkeys — save money on military spend on internet infrastructure

Filed under: category euthanized,CIO,DARPA,Geeky goodness,I am bored,Knowledge,Piracy,Review,Tagtastic — Sagacious Himself @ 10:44 am

Très
Haut Débit

“VERY high speed internet”

2.5 GBps down
1.2 GBps up

http://treshautdebit.francetelecom.com/dap/controller/index.php?fwdAction=show&fwdSubject=Faq&faq=faq_net#debit

beta signup page
http://treshautdebit.francetelecom.com/dap/controller/index.php

rumor has it that free internet service speeds will rise to 28Mbps

PMC under FIOS?

Filed under: category euthanized,Geeky goodness,I am bored,Piracy,Review — Sagacious Himself @ 10:32 am

http://www.pmc-sierra.com/ftth-pon/

PMC-Sierra is the only supplier to support both EPON (IEEE 802.3ah Ethernet in the First Mile) and GPON (ITU-T G.984) standards.

verizon vcast LAME in comparison to DoCoMo 4G

Filed under: category euthanized,Geeky goodness,I am bored,Piracy,Review — Sagacious Himself @ 10:23 am

NTT DoCoMo says it managed to transmit data at 2.5Gbps to a moving vehicle in recent tests of a new wireless data technology.

you suck, verizon!

especially since other countries now enjoy 2.5 GB/s down and 1.2 GB/s up home internet for LESS than the cost of the highest price tier of FIOS.  Its not available on the comparison page though… yet?
http://abonnez-vous.orange.fr/residentiel/include/flash/Comparez_et_choisissez.htm

PlayLinc – free game servers for gamers on verizon

Filed under: category euthanized,Geeky goodness,I am bored,Piracy,Review — Sagacious Himself @ 8:50 am

http://playlinc.com/

will it be a haven for pirates like hamachi was?

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