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This is a screen capture from my phone at present. My Galaxy S4 running CM11, Nova is the launcher and the clock widget is Zooper with a config called OnyX by Drea Apps


Recently there has been a lot of news surrounding Truecrypt. For those who are not aware, Truecrypt offers disk encryption across several platforms (Windows, Linux and Mac) which is relatively easy to use. The news that erupted on to the Internet was that it was insecure and had come to Read more…


I upgraded my S4 recently to CM11. In my proceedings I forgot to save my config for the main Zooper widget I had created. This of course prompted a rebuild. This is to share a few shots of the rebuild, which looks much like the original. Here is the config Read more…


Today I had a lot of time to kill and a netbook and Android phone on hand. Mainly due to having taken the kid to an anime convention… After working for a long while on getting OpenVPN working on my Ubiquiti Edgerouter Lite (link coming soon) I needed something new Read more…


I built my desktop system a decent while back. One of the things that I never got working really well was the multi-monitor hardware accelerated video of the three Asus ENGTX465 video cards. That has finally been corrected. I started digging in an effort to resolve the issue. The first Read more…


Just in case anyone is wondering just how long it will take an Atom based netbook to zero out a full 1.5TB HD using a USB 2.0 caddy: root@neutron : time dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdb dd: writing to ‘/dev/sdb’: No space left on device 2930277169+0 records in 2930277168+0 records out 1500301910016 Read more…


In my continuing search for some useful eye candy on my Android device I came across Zooper Widget. This is a very customizable widget that comes with several predefined configurations. The key for me however is the ability to start with a clean slate and do whatever you want to. Read more…


The WPEA-251N is based on the reference module from Atheros themselves. It provides 2.4Ghz, 5.8Ghz and bluetooth in a single PCIe card that is half height. Perfect for netbook expansion.


Getting the IP of a remote machine that requests a page via PHP is simple. On top of that there are services on the web where you can do it. whatismyip.com or ipecho.net are two of the more popular among them.


Digging around I learned the LM2596 from Texas Instruments would do the job. As luck would have it ebay is a great source for these devices.

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