The Feisty Fawn is let loose

Posted in Nerd Stuff on April 19, 2007 by Decoye Gheist


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Hey,

Ubuntu 7.04 has just been released, with the Code Name Feisty Fawn it is ready to be downloaded from here

Probably the official servers are down at the moment, so here is a list where you can download it from different mirrors that should be running alot faster.

More to come as soon as i am back home…

Gears of War Annex Glitches, a Overview.

Posted in Stuck in my Electrical World, Uncategorized on April 19, 2007 by Decoye Gheist

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Ok, the patch is out, and chances are high some of the glitches which made this game so unfair when it was pre patch, are out too. But the answer is “NO”. I will show you now a couple of youtube videos which were taken after the patch and show some old glitches that are still working after the patch and some new glitches the patch enabled. I try to show videos that have no tutorial inside because I don’t want to encourage people to use this glitches. If you want to change something about this, sign in to this petition

The Crapwalk

The Airwalk

The Force Jump

Instant Rodie Run/Slide

Out of the Map

Weeds: have you ever asked yourself

Posted in Off the Line on April 18, 2007 by Decoye Gheist

… how the producer made this crap tasty for the financiers, i think this is the most boring stuff you can spend an evening with. So how did the financiers really think that their money is placed right. I cannot imagine that there is something that can be called “character advancement”, or something else that will viewers attach to the series, i dont know maybe you do tell me, please…

Hello dear i found the disk you were so frantically looking for

Posted in Uncategorized on April 18, 2007 by Decoye Gheist

What you can do when your university is blocking Myspace or other sites you like

Posted in Uncategorized on April 18, 2007 by Decoye Gheist

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Hey geeks, too often it happens that schools, the company you work for, your university and libraries are restricting, blocking, filtering or even chancelling the connection to social networking sites like myspace.com, studivz, facebook, Hi5 or even certain chat rooms, file exchanging sites and software. They claim these sites keep you off from doing the things you should be doing or keep you from working. But dont feel lost, I try to tell you what you can do to them in exchange for being so rude to you by trying to limit you in your freedom. Also I will tell you how you can change your situation and how you can visit these sites even when they are blocked… Depending on how fit the “system admin” is, there are a few ways how you can bypass the traffic from the site you would like to visit back to your browser

See what changes a different browser brings

  • to use a different browser can do wonders in your case, because often the “system admin” tries to block traffic trough the browser he is dictating you to use – the Internet Explorer for example has certain abilities to block sites through User Groups. So a real easy way to trick your “Sys admin” is to install a Browser like Firefox, Opera, or something else than the software you have already running.

Use a Proxy Server

  • another easy method to use is to tell your browser to use a proxy server to connect to your desired site or service. If you have done so thepPacket filtering software your “sys admin” has installed won’t get the information you want to connect to myspace.com, it will only know that you want to connect to your setup proxy server. The adress of your proxy server will not be blocked by the “sys admin”. Proxy servers are working like a contact person between your browser and the website your browser wants to enter. You type in the adress of the site you want to enter, for example http://www.myspace.com, and then your browser won’t connect to myspace.com – it connects to the proxy telling it that you want to enter http://www.myspace.com, then it opens it and is sending back the information to your browser that it needs to open myspace.com. The “sys admin” will only see that you established a connection to the proxy and not to myspace.com. There are a lot of proxy server to be found on the internet, only ask google for it “Proxy server list http” should be enough to find a lot… To use a proxy server in Firefox for example, press “Extra>Options>General>Connection”(this may differ from Version to Version) here you can type in a proxy server you have found on google. In the “port” field you have to type “88”, that is the door that your computer gives the browser to enter the internet. To git a chance to enter tis door you have to name the door…

Use a Online based Proxy Service

  • Many internet sites have established because of “system admins” blocking sites, you can find them as easily as you found those “Proxy Servers” from before. “Online Web Based Proxies” as a searchstring in google brings up thousands

    To only name some.

Have fun with this.

FlickrCash while you can for free

Posted in Uncategorized on April 18, 2007 by Decoye Gheist

Flickr has currently a picture selling tool in beta testing, which offers better picture searching functions and lets you sell your pictures over the flickr API. At the moment this tool is free of charge, but once this tool gets out of the beta status, flickr will start to charge you for selling your pictures over the Web.

This is somehow bad News.

But the good news are, flickr will not be charging when you sign up now for the “flickrcash site“. This is for forever, so if you have a minute to sign up for this service you can be sure not to have to pay in a year or two when you want to sell a nice picture on the internet…

Nice of me, huh?

Pacman Xbox Live Arcade Championships

Posted in Nerd Stuff on April 18, 2007 by Decoye Gheist

The first ever Worldwide Online Xbox Live only Pacman Championship was announced today by Microsoft and Quiznos.

The Tournament takes playce from 25th April till 9th May, the winner from each participating country will travel to New York for playing the finals, on the 5th June.