Want to hook up with your friends via your wlan, but not having the necessary power, and not enough money to buy a Yagi-beam? Rob Flickenger tells you how to make a couple of antennas for $10 US
Paul Boutin writes about the new trends in how Wi-Fi / WLAN networks are used. With use of the internet going from sharing files to sharing access..
Need to make a wanted poster, or just contemplating a new identity? Then Flashface is THE flash application for you. Try it, its fun!
.. to invent a videogame where the whole point is to literally shock, burn and lash your opponent into submission..
Interested in Celery, panties, women and art? Then this insight into Art Frahm and his fasination of celery, panties and women might be something for you.
It is truely worth a look, hillarious!
Its just soooo easy to make fun of this man, ladies and gentlemen. We present, Dancing Bush
Flash MX – Want to get a peek into the next thing on the net? Check out the launch of Flash, amongst the news, import jpgs to Flash movies, video support and more. Read all about it at Flashmagazine.com :-)
Flashcan Animator makes it easy to make you own movie out of bits and pieces in Flash, this web-tool was made by the very talented people at Zinc Roe Design, take a few minutes and you can make your own movie, or take a look at the other movies that people have made with this incredibly easy animated-movie-tool
ROFL. I am laughing my ass off here, check these girls out. I am sure most of you will think you have seen them somewhere before :-)
Record companies have long been complaining about their “property” being misused, and has for a long time fought problems like bootlegging, unlicensed mp3 distribution etc.
The latest technology to fight unlawful use of their “property” is to make CDs with copy-protection software / mechanisms. The problem is of course that even regular CD players have problems with some of these copyright-protections.
All of this is fair enough, I don’t mind keeping away from CDs with copyright-protection technology, or having to return a CD now and again. (After all, once I have bought the CD, I should be able to play it on my computer, make MP3s for my own personal use, and use it in any CD or DVD player I might have. I can even legally distribute the music that I have bought to my close family and friends, according to norwegian law), but the latest news is that the record companies now apparently have started breaking the law to protect their “property”.
The record company MusicCity Records apparently thought they should have some extra protection in their copy-protection system, on one of their CDs the copy-protection system didn’t just protected the CD in the ways mentioned above, but also installed software that tracked personally identifiable information of the listener, and files and transfer on the listeners computer.
Personally I would think this is a bigger break of the law than any unlawful copying of the CD. And I can promise MusicCity that I won’t be buying any CDs from their record company in the future, and I hope everybody else will join me in that boycott.