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I just submitted this idea to some hackathon thing. I wish I hadn't but I did.* The idea is a mobile app that, based on the sensor's location, will play audio files that pertain to the area.
Dell shopping tip:
This is a concept for a product key activation for a web application. You download the application, install it on the server, and then it will allow you to buy a key via a website.
Like a lot of people who work with computers, I have some communication problems. Sometimes, I'm too blunt; other times, too reticent.
(argh, forgot to back up my postfix work. i have to start fresh, so this is an opportunity to document work.)
# first get a superuser shell with sudo sudo -s apt-get install mailutils
There's a zillion ways to do it, and editing $PATH is probably the best, but I didn't want to do that, so I did this:
I've been working on learning postfix and migrating email accounts to it. The service I'm dreaming about is going to be "limited email" and differs entirely from the big email servers.
I got on a right-wing PAC's email list, and got this.
Dear Fellow American,
All the tutorials out there teach JS by having the user write a file, and load it into the browser.
I was thinking a bit about the JS co-learning thing, and discovered that services, APIs and libraries really change the game, or have changed the game.
Prelims: HTML and DOM CSS and DOM
After a long afternoon of watching The Big Bang Theory on DVD, the loader stopped reading discs. I thought it was a software issue, so tried a bunch of different things, but this thread seems to say that DVD lasers wear out.
Though Google's services are nice (and I have a google ad on this page), it's going to become appealing to not be on Google's services, or any other company's, because in the ad-driven "free" internet, it's your clicks and postings that have value and will be commodified, and your attention sold, to pay for these "free" services.
This is a one-line trick to serve images from a password-protected webcam to the world.
curl -i http://admin:@192.168.111.150/MJPEG.CGI | nc -lCt localhost 10203
We have this old Terastation NAS, and it's been solid, but I just figured out that it has support for an external USB disk, and it's easy to set up to backup to the external USB disk. Right now, we're using around 1TB of the array, and it's being backed up to the external disk once a day. The backup is done with Rsync, and it takes around 10 minutes.