Archive for: September, 2010
“Army Guys Strip a “Jeep” to The Bone and Rebuild Her in 4 Minutes”
Clever use of animated GIF’s…
Bunch of Android codes…
This is really cool… they show how they can use a stream of salt-water as a two-way antenna:
DRM doesn’t have a chance against hackers… watch this video
Don’t hide your SSID – it doesn’t help… oh, and BTW and don’t use MAC filtering either – it also doesn’t help…
This myth has been around for a very long time, and we aren’t expecting everybody to receive this news with happy agreement. You’re welcome to state your case in the comments for why hidden wireless networks are a great idea, but we think if you keep reading, you’ll realize that it’s just not a security feature.
I had no idea it took so many years to get Family Guy to where it is today…
We all love Family Guy but it wasn’t quite always the show you’ve come to know. Here you can see Seth MacFarlane’s original idea of a man with his talking sidekick of a dog evolve into what the show is now.
It all started with McFarlane’s original creation “The Life of Larry.” This was presented to networks in 1995. It stars Larry (an older, skinner man than Peter), his talking dog, unattractive wife Lois, and their son.
Full disclosure – I’m on their advisory board… but the video is still cool 🙂
His name: Christian Owens. His age: 16. He made his first million dollars in two years, “inspired by Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs”. This is how he did it.