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What is the Green Complex? Just another tech blog. I write down useful snippets and lists of software that I find worthy. If you think something out there is better than the way I'm doing it, or find better software, please let me know about it, and I will include it as well.
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I saw this video and Gene Roddenberry came to mind. Instead of a great depression, maybe we can achieve a different, new kind of society if humans can resist the urge to starve poor people.

From triviumquadrivium
So, in the end, could our present Earth ever be like Star Trek earth? … Read More

I could have easily called this article “How to hack and take control of an entire Windows Network” but that would draw a lot of negative attention, and it probably should. Let’s start off with a little background on the terminology for those who don’t know that much about Window’s methods of … Read More

Double Driver backs up all your drivers on your computer, so you can do a clean install and restore all your hardware drivers back in place without having to hunt them all down one by one. This is really useful if you manage a network of mixed computers, … Read More

Google will begin rolling out Priority Inbox for Gmail(<-Hover for video), a new feature for managing tons of e-mail. Your inbox will never be the same again.

Priority Inbox is Google’s attempt to solve the e-mail woes of Gmail power users. At its core, the … Read More

Social Networks have grown into a monstrous segment on the internet.

If JRR Tolkien were to map it all out, it might look something like this…

I was looking into creating a start page portal that used facebook login, but before I got started a little research uncovered this little gem:
If you’re a chrome user you’re going to love this!

From their Description:
Incredible StartPage is a productive start page replacement for Chrome. Put all your … Read More

When you try to add your blog’s rss feed address to new Digg 4 alpha import feedsettings and hit verify after adding verification key in a post and publish it, it says:
Unable to find verification key, please try again – if this … Read More

One of the new features of the new Digg alpha is FEEDS! Yes, now every post you make can be “Dugg” on the fly when you post by connecting your feed to your account on digg. Just follow … Read More

So it looks like Digg has taken some other queues from Twitter as whale. (Sorry for the bad pun) Similar to the fail whale concept, and combined it with the Oregon Trail. The Digging trail logo is what you’ll see if you attempt to load Digg when Digg suffers from … Read More

So I’m trying out Digg Alpha, and my first impressions are that it’s a lot like twitter and facebook combined with digg. You follow people like twitter, and it generates your own top stories from your friends and their friends. It also has importing friends features which are sure to … Read More

Hey, just bringing another software review, this time it’s a defrag utility called Mydefrag. In the context of administering computers, defragmentation is a process that reduces the amount of fragmentation in file systems. It does this by physically organizing the contents of the disk to store the pieces of each file close together … Read More

The Android operating system might need an antivirus, as a new type of malware was detected byKaspersky, who confirmed the file is named “Trojan-SMS.AndroidOS.FakePlayer.a” and is downloaded as a typical .APK Android app. The company stated this is the first known Android-specific trojan.

The malware works by posing as a … Read More

Dubaron is a software company that makes Freeware, Open source libraries, &
Commercial libraries. I still can’t believe they just give this away!
Dubaron Diskimage is the ultimate tool to backup and restore partitions, entire harddisks, usb keys, floppy drives and (read-only) optical media (CDs & DVDs). Ok, so it’s not Norton … Read More

The BlackBerry 9800 which we’ve been waiting on for months has finally arrived.  A top secret training call with RIM took place today where they officially announced the most anticipated BlackBerry in years. The best news of all; the official release date? August … Read More

Here’s the easiest way to quickly add a floating join us on facebook badge on your website. What do I mean by floating? When you scroll up and down it stays in the same place, when makes it look like it’s floating.

Here’s the … Read More

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Microsoft  recently released a sneak peek at their new street view navigation system called Street Slide. After I watched the Video (Which tells you everything you need to know … Read More

Astonished I looked upon Barnaby Jack’s demonstration of “ATM Jacking”. Every script kiddies dream come true of having an ATM machine spew forth a pile of money was being played out by Barnaby Jack on the first day of Black Hat, a … Read More

Often I hear the question, how do you increase your page rank? So here’s the skinny on what Page Rank is, why you need it, and how to get it. First thing I’ll tell you is that anyone who says … Read More

WP Core hacking
I used this code recently to hack wordpress’s core to allow image uploads that have no file extension.

I was getting a invalid file type security error and had tried all sorts of httaccess trickery to get it to work … Read More

Ever see a really neat wallpaper but it was the screen shot of someone’s desktop? Wish you could find the source on the internet?Or maybe you have an old image and can’t remember where it came from? Well this just happened to Shawn on and finding the source … Read More



So I just signed up with Technorati. I’ll provide a review here after I’ve claimed my website and gotten everything activated.

This first thing they’ve made me do is add this code to a post…. Weird but eh let’s see how it goes…

So what is Technorati? It’s….. Read More

Adding icons from your wordpress posts to the Facbook recommend widget is really easy.

Adding thumbnails to the facebook recommend
or like widget in wordpress is super easy if you
already use a custom field to store the
thumbnail location for each post.

This is a great way to add thumbnails and can really
make your website stand out … Read More

Sony has release a video sneak peak preview of their new rolling video screen.
It has remarkable specs so far considering that it’s basically a plastic sheet with transparent conductors and OLEDs.

I have also seen buzz around the net of sony’s new phone that snaps around your wrist, and the bands … Read More

Google has extended Wave out to domain admins.

Google apps for your domain is a great service for webmasters of companies, schools and small business, and it just got better! Google has now launched Google Wave for Domain Apps users! See the video for details.

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In light of the recent ban of Facebook in Pakistan I’m going to show you how to bypass any web filter,maintain the highest form of privacy, on ANY computer, and without installing any software or visiting lame “proxy” websites! And it’s all thanks to Torfox, a derivative of Firefox … Read More

This uses a simple vbs script I made (Using a function to get user input from Rob van der Woude) to get your input for a computer name or ip address on your Windows Domain, and returns the currently logged in user.

This makes a nice icon you can … Read More

Get notified anytime someone accesses your facebook account. Simply use this shortcut to go to your account security settings in facebook. and then go to “Account Security” then Choose “Yes” and check the SMS box if you want to get a text message anytime someone logs in to … Read More

A walk down memory lane. Ah, I remember the first time I ever heard of an Ipod. I said to my self what a weird name for an mp3 player. At the time I was floored that Apple was so expensive and I kinda thought they would be a waste … Read More

Effectively blocking Comment Link spam in WordPress
A simple little wordpress setting can save you a lot of  headachs in regards to WordPress Spam Comments…

So I noticed about 330 Spam Comments that needed moderation in my WordPress the other day and that’s … Read More

Here’s a cool little guide I found that takes the long way around installing washers on the Xbox 360 Heatsinks to fix the RROD. I’ve done the repair 3 times my self for me and friends, so I can vouch that it works. I only had one … Read More

Gmail has added the ability to “Drag and Drop” images IN to e-mails. A feature that has been lacking in all web based e-mail systems until now. You can also drag any other file to create an attachment.

One of the best things about … Read More

Microsoft Drops Win2k, XP SP2 in July
Microsoft offers support for five years and extended support for another five years for their Windows platforms. It will soon be time for Windows 2K and Windows XP SP2, in fact, It’s July 13.

But don’t worry, the … Read More

In Windows 7 there is a feature called Wiggle. I haven’t heard much about it, an I found it on my own by accident one day when I was moving some windows around in a hurry. I’m not sure what Microsoft calls it, but I call it Windows Wiggle. … Read More

Outside of doing on page tricks for SEO, one of the most basic and fundamental SEO tips every webmaster should be aware of is

utilizing the tools of the trade. Every webmaster should be using Google Analytics, but are you really using it? I must admit that sometime I get blinders on to … Read More

Another factsheet, this one is about the online gaming industry. I wish they had accounted for the Facebook gaming sectors aswell, but despite that this is post worthy information. Check it out after the jump.

Revving up their competition to bing, Google Search gets a face lift.

This is most likely a response to Bing and Yahoo getting closer to launching their new merged search service, and Bing getting a 6 point rise among US Search engines. This vid shows in great detail … Read More

The latest versions of the five major most web browsers (Firefox 3.5, Google Chrome 3, M$ IE 8, Opera 10, and Safari 4) were evaluated under six performance indicators: JavaScript rendering speed, CPU usage, DOM selection, CSS rendering speed, page load time, … Read More

How to add the Facebook “Like” button on every post in any theme. It’s quite simple actually, I’ll guide you through the whole process after the jump… Getting Started adding a FB Like button to all posts in your theme: … Read More

Ok, listen up, everyone should change their password on facebook right away! A russian hacker by the name of Kirllos is selling facebook accounts on the cheap! He used a combination e-mail phishing scam,  Iphone App, and probbably the other “usual” means of stealing facebook accounts.  Remember getting that … Read More

WordPress leaving behind blogging?
Wordpress after over 5 years of being the perferred blogging tool of choice of professional bloggers and recognized worldwide, hosting over 4.5 Million Blogs on, Automatic the company behind WordPress has announced the Beta of version 3 of their popular Blogging platform will … Read More

Nintendo factsheet time! This one has been around the net so many times, but it never gets old!

I went over CHDK in another post, so here is a simple quick guide to actually getting it on your camera.

This guide will get you started using CHDK. This guide assumes CHDK is already set up on your camera’s SD card. A Guide for that … Read More

Google, the search engine giant we all know and love, has jumped head first into the huge internet market of online dating!

They realized they were missing out on a huge opportunity and could provide an superior service at the same time, so they have already officially launched their dating services!

Go here to … Read More

I recently purchased as Seagate 1.5 TB Barracuda LP Series of Hard Drives. They sell for about $99 bucks for OEM on Newegg or $109 Retail Boxed. I will keep this hardware review short.


↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A ENTER aka the Konami code, works on Facebook to unlock a secret easter egg! An easter egg is some hidden code by the developer as a surprise or joke in their software.

Here is my confirmed screenshot that this works … Read More

For a while now I’ve been using Quantcast stats to help monitor my site’s traffic. I also use Google Analytics to study what my audience really likes the most. I’m hoping to attract some advertisers
soon (Don’t worry, nothing like those evil ads … Read More

Pretending to be someone your not is always alot of fun, but sometimes it’s actually necessary, like when you are a debt collector and your calls are being screened. This of course as you can guess, be misused quite badly, however to show you how easy it actually is, I’ll guide … Read More

If Filezilla is a good FTP Client, then what is a good FTP Server? I owened a copy of serv-U and BulletProof servers, but after trying Filezilla’s client, I’ve switched to the Freeware FTP server also by Filezilla because it’s updated more current rhan most pay-for servers and has more … Read More

Sometimes viruses or people use Group Policy against us and we need to reset it back to the default. It can control access to a number of things in windows from logon scripts to access to the screensaver settings. Resetting it is actually pretty simple, which is why you … Read More

With so many FTP clients to choose from, finding the ‘right’ one can be a daunting task. I’ve tried so many, from CuteFTP, FireFTP and even used Windows Explorer for FTPing, and I’ve found that FileZilla is a fast and reliable FTP client with lots of handy features. It … Read More

This is an app that’s useful for people with a LOT of information on their system, or if you need to work on someone else’s computer and they had no idea where they were saving everything. (Or maybe they don’t want you to know *wink wink*)

WinDirStat is a disk usage stats … Read More

Why use VBR MP3s? Well unlike regular lower bit-rate codecs, LAME can use VBR to provides the best Sound Quality to space ratio, and WinLAME makes the process as easy as 1 2 3. I use WinLame to rip CDs and convert them into VBR MP3s on the fly.

Lame is a Codec, … Read More

With over 9 million posts and comments in two days, Google Buzz has stormed the web like a swarm of locusts. An array of strong features, integration with Gmail, and lots of press have turned Buzz into an overnight phenomenon.
If you’re like a lot of us, you’ve suddenly found yourself … Read More

Google Buzz is Google’s new social platform. Google has been working really hard at connecting all the different social networks out there into one large interconnected platform.

Click here for instructions on how to sign up, and if … Read More

I love shortcuts, especially the combos. They save me time and people are usually always amazed that I know so many. I think a big part of why I remember so many, is because I use them often.

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Green Complex is proud to announce that we will be launching an new forum! We’ve received feedback from several users about using a forum to interact and start new conversations.

Well, we listened, and we delivered! Go check out the shiny new forum right now, Introduce yourself and Say … Read More

Sometimes our favorite Archive software (7Zip, WinRar, WinZip to name a few) can break the native Windows’s zipped folder behavior. To fix it back to the way it was before, just unregister zipfldr.dll and re-register it.

To unregister Windows 7 built-in zip file compression, and then … Read More

Web Dev Without the Web: Or how to create your own local server for building and testing websites.

The nice guys over at Apache Friends have made it easy to get your own webserver up in no time! Just goto and grab the file you need for your type of … Read More

WordPress Speed Tip#5: Common Sense goes a long way…
A few things that are not-so-common sense would be to try to use your judgement and think about the following:

Less is more; and content is King Kong; we all like Google Analytics, Quantserv, mint, blogroll, Flash based Tag Clouds, and the whole … Read More

Tip#4: Housekeeping is important!

Some common tips you see all over the internet is to remove deactivated plugins. DELETE! DELETE! DELETE! If you deactivated it once, don’t hang on to it. You didn’t like it once, you are not likely to want it the next day either! WordPress goes through all plugins, … Read More

WordPress Speed Tip #3 – Remove Database calls from your theme.
Database calls make WordPress so dynamic, but sometimes you can live without it. By replacing simple text, you will be able to increase your WordPress speed.

To give an example look at your header.php code which looks something similar:
<html xmlns=”” <?php … Read More

OpenDNS is the largest recursive DNS provider and Neustar is the largest authoritative DNS provider. These two are now working together on a new joint project called DNS Real-Time Directory that allows the updating of the DNS in near real time. The concept was born when they identified the … Read More

WordPress Speed Tip #2 Cache in now to save later…
WordPress is end the end, just a PHP script. With the dynamic nature of PHP, every time a page is loaded, WordPress must execute a series of queries to the database server, to generate the page.This can make your site load … Read More

TIP #1 : Modify your .htaccess file to filter out the non wordpress related files, such as css, gif, png, so your WordPress’s index file isn’t processing each file.
I’ve seen a lot of “Top 10 or 13 lists” to speed up WordPress. I’m going to post some real examples for … Read More

So you’ve got a shiny new Facebook page but the address is long and confusing? Well worry no more because you can change it! Just hop on over to and Change your Focebook URL! If you’re like me and … Read More

Really, this is getting out of hand! I’m tired of getting Facebook requests from apps like “Feed” or “Farm Ville Free Coins or gifts” or other stupid apps that try to trick you!

Let’s beat these guys to the punch, … Read More

Skribit is officially Launched!

So, what’s new with the new Skribit?

The most notable addition is the ability to link your Skribit account with your Twitter account so you can login to Skribit with just one click. Other updates include:

Follow your favorite bloggers on Skribit and see their recent activity
Sort suggestions by status, hotness and … Read More

What are unlocked cellphones and why would you want to Unlock it?

The short of it is, Carriers like AT&T and T-Mobil “Lock” their phones to their network, to prevent you from switching between them.
By unlocking your phone, you can freely use a sim card from AT&T, T-Mobile or … Read More

How to get the media net internet working on a Unlocked Blackberry on ATT.
I can never remember the Username and password for the TCP settings for my blackberry.

Here they are, the important settings in bold.

Internet Settings:
Name: MEdia Net
Homepage: http://device.home
Service Type 1: WAP
Gateway … Read More

You can script UAC on and off with these commands:

Disable UAC
%windir%System32cmd.exe /k %windir%System32reg.exe ADD HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem /v EnableLUA /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f
Enable UAC
%windir%System32cmd.exe /k %windir%System32reg.exe ADD HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem /v EnableLUA /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
Shell Execute these commands with … Read More

Wild Card DNS is easy on Godaddy.

Under “Take Total DNS Control”

create a new “A NAME” Record

Like this:

– Domain: *
– IP: (but use the IP of the server, but you knew that)

But wait! There are a couple of things to consider:

You MUST … Read More

I’ve posted before about a “GodMode” in Win7. This time I will tell you about the other GUID’s that directly access the sub panels with in the GodMode Panel.

Same as before, make a new folder, anywhere, … Read More

Ever have trouble changing your IP address in Windows 7? Just having to adjust to a new operating system is a total shock for most people. All the places where settings used to be are all moved or rearranged. Microsoft really paid attention to making the systems easier to learn … Read More

The next time you’re on Google in your iPhone or Android browser and you’ll see a small new Near Me Now option below the search box.

The new functionality turns your location into an automated search query and … Read More

How to get the Windows 7 firewall settings correct.
The biggest problem I’ve been seeing is people mistaking “Public” for meaning, Make my computer Public, and “Private” for Make my computer private, when It’s actually quite the opposite. So I’m going to hopefully help dispel some of that confusion right here, right now.

The Network … Read More

Toshiba has released a preview of their new “IT” tv that everyone is going to be wanting this year.

Powered by LED (KIRA2) backlighting, the 55- or 65-inch Cell TV features multiple eight-core 3.2-GHz processors. What does that mean? It’s 10 times faster than standard desktop computers and will have 143 … Read More

Sometimes when I’m looking at my site stats, I notice the Content Overlay gets stuck on and it won’t go away! Luckily fixing it is simple… But fixing the stuck Google Analytics Content Overlay is simple, in whatever browser you’re in, goto your cookies, and find the specific site that has a … Read More

How to spot fake farmville gifts on facebook…

This guide targets something that I have been meaning to address for a long time now. Although the intentions of people sending these gifts are probably good, I think that many people are fooled into believing that they are helping their friends and … Read More

Well I was really hoping with the release of Win7 Microsoft would have reinstated the default install state of telnet.

To my dismay, I received the old ‘telnet’ is not recognized as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.

Fortunately, to get access to Telnet all you need to follow … Read More

Ok this one is a no brainer. Just drag this link to your toolbar / bookmark bar and then browse to any page on any website and click the bookmarklet! YES It’s that easy! (Click on the word bookmarklet if you are not sure what one is)
[inline]… Read More

So your on the road, in a traffic jamand you have a great idea about a new blog post. But getting the laptop is

out of the question. So what is one to do? Simple! Just point your Blackberry browser over to and download the WordPress App for … Read More

If you’ve been looking for an easy way to dupilcate Blu-Ray discs then DVD fab is for you!
I’ve been a DVDFab user off and on for years, but I must say that their newest edition to the lineup, DVDFAB Blu-ray to Blu-ray is the easiest Blueray copier I’ve seen yet! … Read More

Facebook on Xbox live.

I would have a full detailed report here about how great it is or how you should avoid it like … Read More

In case you’re new to filemon and regmon, what this app can do for you is watch what a program does on your computer. You start Process Monitor first, (No installation needed) and then proceed to set up filters. The easiest way to get started is to drag the sniper … Read More

I promised to give out invites, so now I am! (I finally got them, I got someone at Google to fix mine, they weren’t working…)

If you’re still reading my blog, and still need an invite, use the contact form to let … Read More

Make your forms look, well nice! This is an easy one, simply include the javascript into your xhtml form and voila! Your forms look neat! Niceforms is fully compatible with most modern browsers: IE7+, Firefox2+, Safari3+, Opera9+, Chrome0.3+, Mozilla1.5+, Camino1.6+, but NOT IE6. Which, we don’t care about anyway. In … Read More

Recently launched two new Websites. Please check them out and let me know what you think! Screenshots in the post…

Google’s up to some new old tricks? Turns out may be quite a treat after all…

Windows 7 is a major upgrade from Windows XP, if this is the route you are taking, you missed out on a lot of new features brought about by Vista, and you might be a little overwhelmed at first at everything that has changed in 7. However, if you were … Read More

I can’t wait to see what they have planned, Shout out, what do you think?

I think this is bigger news than Google Wave!

Ok If you haven’t heard, Notepad++ is basically the end-all editor for writing code, FAST. While it’s not a true IDE for writing full scale applications like Java’s NETBeans, Visual Studio, Dreamweaver, etc., it’s makes life so much easier for those of us who only need to do editing, … Read More

Ok I’ll post screen shots and Announce who I invite into Google wave HERE.

Please stay tuned…..

This is the first screenshot…

The keyboards we use everyday to most of us are called “QWERTY” keyboards, because they have that name because the top row of keys are arranged in that order. They did that to slow you down, so the heads on old typewriters wouldn’t catch on each other. We … Read More

Don’t get lost in Google Wave, use this quick reference sheet for search commands in Google Wave.
Searching through your Wave inbox using search commands, can help you find public waves, your archived messages, or waves related to work in a lot less time. Here is a cheat sheet of the … Read More

Well, I’m having a little trouble getting into Google Wave. Google is telling us that it takes quite a bit of time to allocate the space for each user account, as there are TONS of them to be created. All the database creation and space requirements have me waiting … Read More

I recently became aware of this problem; with all the Twitterer’s of the world wildly posting their e-mail everywhere all willy-nilly, their email addresses are subject to the harvesting by robots. Robots crawl websites like twitter (and yes they even crawl my site) so sooner or later you’ll wind up … Read More

I use two things that really make my life easier, one is called the “Picasa Uploader” and the other is “Picasa Tab”. Read more to find out what they are and where to get them!

I’ve used Gallery for years, and I’ve used ZenPhoto for a little over two years.

And for anyone who is wondering what they are, they are PHP Scripts, or Web Based Applications.  They are IMO the two best PHP photo galleries out there. They are both slowly evolving into great … Read More

Today marks the 27th anniversary of the first usage of an emoticon, a simple smiley face first used by a Carnegie Mellon professor on an old school bulletin board system. It turns out…

Last week, Facebook announced that it was launching “status tagging,” a new way to tag friends, Pages, groups, and events in status updates much like mentions on @twitter work. Now, the feature is live for all users…. Read More

Google has finally gotten around to supporting the not so well received Standard-Compliant Office 2007 (.docx) format to their list of supported formats. For those who may not remember, Microsoft basically forced their way into the standards organization and had their (.docx) format made … Read More

Facebook’s been launching new features today, and it looks like they’re not stopping.

A few weeks ago, we discovered that Facebook was testing … Read More

This guide explains how I flashed my Linksys WRT54GL v1.1 with ddwrt version 24 preSP2 Build 12188 VPN firmware . You will need to flash to a smaller version of the dd-wrt firmware (the mini version) first due to a flash file size limit on the version 1.0 WRT54GL … Read More

I got a message Ben Treynor VP Engineering and Site Reliability. He talked abit about the gmail problem and explains here in greater detail. It was quite interesting what happened to gmail.

Tuesday, … Read More

So what happens when Gmail, the largest provider of Email in the world, goes down?
Well Twitter Fails too of course! They’re surfing right at capacity and as more people figure out gmail is down they’re turning to twitter to figure out whats goin on!

When these tidal waves of tweets come … Read More

In your company, communication is the circulatory system that keeps business moving. Next in line after telephone, E-Mail is the second easiest way to reach someone online. Sending documents, personal information, jokes and virsus are the most common types for information to be sent through e-mail…. Read More

It’s a company trip and you leave the room for some dinner, to return to find that your laptop is missing. Not only is your work and resources now robbed from you, but the hidden costs of data leakage in enormous. An average estimate for stolen data from Laptops results … Read More

Google wave’s new translation capabilities are simply amazing! On the fly translation, check the video after the jump…
Could this be the Tower of babel all over again?
Let’s keep it humble this time around!
I’m also testing out Apture’s new video embed thing. It’s pretty cool too.

[kml_flashembed publishmethod="static" fversion="8.0.0" movie="" width="660" height="350" targetclass="flashmovie" quality="high"]… Read More

About Google Wave
Google Wave is a new model for communication and collaboration on the web, coming later this year.
Here’s a preview of just some of … Read More

This is a beginners guide to creating a site-wide navigation that is consistent from page to page.

Tired of keeping track of multiple Menu’s on different pages? As your site grows, adding 1 new page to 25 other pages’ navigation can become a full … Read More

Anvir Task Manager Free

Security analysis of processes, startup programs and Windows services basic
Startup monitor: alerts on new startups, block undesired startup programs
Check files on with 30+ antivirus engines
Startup manager: manage all programs running on startup including services … Read More

What is CHDK? It’s a firmware enhancement (I like that word because it’s not a replacment) that work on many of Canons Cameras. CHDK gets loaded into your camera’s memory upon bootup (either manually or automatically). It provides additional functionality beyond that currently provided by the native camera firmware.
CHDK is … Read More

Nero has long surpassed Roxio (Formally Adaptec’s Baby) Easy CD Creator, but as time has gone along, all the awesome updates and added features are begining to turn the King of CD Burning software into another Adobesque Bloatware giant. This leaves a gap between software that

So It’s finally happened, after 5 years, GMAIL IS OUT OF BETA.

Bloomberg just posted about Google’s next power move: Giant Search Engine Company to release full fledged OS
July 8 (Bloomberg) — Google Inc., owner of the most- visited Internet search engine, plans to release a computer operating system to challenge the dominance of Microsoft Corp.’s Windows.
The software will be based on … Read More

CushyCMS is a Content Management Systems (CMS) that is truly simple. It’s built from the ground up with ease of use in mind – for both content editors and designers. It’s such a simple CMS that it takes less than 3 minutes for a web designer to implement. No PHP … Read More

Angry IP Scanner (or simply ipscan) is an open-source and cross-platform network scanner designed to be fast and simple to use. It scans IP addresses and ports as well as has many other features.

A small and fast PDF viewer, Foxit Reader currently has over 50 million users all around the world. Foxit Reader 3.0 has been released and introduces many fascinating new features such as multimedia design and Foxit OnDemand Content Management…

Make your network safer, faster, smarter, and more reliable.
OpenDNS is a free service that works for networks of all sizes. I use it on my networks, even at home!
It’s really easy to deploy, you only have to change your DNS Addresses to…

Virus Total is a free online service that helps discover new virsus by making it easy to submit files for analysis and see if your antivirus engine is effectivly protecting you.

There’s been a lot of buzz lately about sharing computers with multiple users at the same time. I found one of these setups recently as I was researching them…

MailServer is my favorite SMTP POP3 mail server application because it’s free, simple, complete, and has everything you could ask for in a mail server, without the fluff. It has SQL support for large E-mail servers with many users and E-mails, or it can use an internal Database for the … Read More

Make an Invisable Backdoor user on all the computers. Ok, obiously there are pros and cons to this approach, but for many, this could be the answer to your IT dreams.
The premise is simple, we will…

SRWare Iron – based on the free Sourcecode ‘Chromium’ – without the problems of privacy and security that experts are concerned about in regards to Google’s chrome.

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