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How to Setup Your Own Web Proxy Server For Free with Google App Engine

How to Setup Your Own Web Proxy Server For Free with Google App Engine
12 Nov 2013 Learn how you can easily create your own online proxy server for free using Google App Engine without requiring any hosting plan or even a domain name. couch mode print story Do a Google search like “proxy servers” and you’ll find dozens of PHP proxy scripts on the Internet that will help you create your own proxy servers in minutes for free. The only limitation with PHP based proxies is that they require a web server (to host and run the proxy scripts) and you also need a domain name that will act as an address for your proxy site. If you don’t have a web domain or haven’t rented any server space, you can still create a personal proxy server for free and that too without requiring any technical knowledge. Here’s one such proxy site that you can build for your friends in China or even for your personal use (say for accessing blocked sites from office). Go to and sign-in using your Google Account. Next Steps – Setting up a Free Proxy with Google

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algorithms to solve rubik's cube algorithms to solve rubik's cube I typed this up to show as an example of an ALGORITHM. What is below is all based on Dan Brown's youtube videos. Notation: -------- F = Front side of cube (facing you) U = Upper side L = Left side R = Right side D = Down side green side = side with green in center white side = side with white in center etc... center piece = piece in center of a side corner piece = pieces at the corners edge piece = not center or corner pieces Algorithm Notation: ------------------ F = turn front side clockwise by 90 degrees F' = turn front side counter-clockwise by 90 degrees U = turn upper side clockwise by 90 degrees U' = turn upper side counter-clockwise by 90 degrees 2U = turn upper side by 180 degrees (clockwise or doesn't matter) R = turn right side clockwise by 90 degrees (clockwise, as if you were facing it) R' = turn right side counter-clockwise by 90 degrees etc... 1.

How To Make Windows 8 Go Faster: 8 Tips For Improving Performance - FrontMotion Firefox Whatever you think of Windows 8 (at MakeUseOf, our opinions are mixed), it’s certainly speedy. Windows 8 boots faster than previous versions of Windows, has lower memory usage, and has a desktop that feels nice and snappy. Like all versions of Windows, Windows 8 has a variety of settings you can tweak to speed things up and make it even faster. You can learn a whole lot about tweaking the OS in our Windows 8 guide. Some of the tips here also apply to previous versions of Windows, but Windows 8 has some new tricks up its sleeve. As always, there are trade-offs when using some of the below tricks – there’s no magic “Go Faster” button.

In Defense of Memorization by Michael Knox Beran, City Journal Summer 2004 If there’s one thing progressive educators don’t like it’s rote learning. As a result, we now have several generations of Americans who’ve never memorized much of anything. Even highly educated people in their thirties and forties are often unable to recite half a dozen lines of classic poetry or prose. Yet it wasn’t so long ago that kids in public schools from Boston to San Francisco committed poems like Shelley’s “To a Skylark” and Tennyson’s “Ulysses” to memory. They declaimed passages from Shakespeare and Wordsworth, the Psalms and the Declaration of Independence. Even in the earliest grades they got by heart snippets of “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere” or “Abou Ben Adhem.”

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Quick Tip: Invoke god mode to take control of settings in Windows 8 Control panel settings and configurations are typically scattered all over in Windows 8, unless you know about god mode. For the record, I like Microsoft Windows 8. However, just like any operating system, it is not perfect - there are always annoyances. For many traditional power users, one of the most annoying things about Windows 8 is that it is not easy find all of the control panel settings and configuration wizards that have traditionally been available in previous versions of the operating system. All of those settings are available; they are just difficult to put your finger on sometimes. Getting the Warehouse 13 Ringtone — Blog — JellyStyle You and I both know you love Warehouse 13 just a little bit. And we all know you want the Farnsworth’s piercing noise for your phone (it makes you feel like you’re a Warehouse agent!). But, it’s difficult to find on the interwebs.

Get Windows 10: Microsoft's hidden roadmap for the biggest software upgrade in history What was already an open secret has now been confirmed (apparently accidentally) by one of Microsoft's partners in the PC supply chain. Thanks to offhand remarks from AMD's president and CEO Lisa Su, we now know that Microsoft is planning to launch Windows 10 at the end of July. (Previously, Microsoft had only committed to "this summer" as a launch date.) But what will actually happen when the appointed date rolls around? That poses some interesting logistical questions for Microsoft. The Windows 10 upgrade program is going to be one of the largest software delivery projects in history.

Make Your Life Easier: Build a Level Editor Content creation can be one of the most time-consuming parts of game development, which is why building a level editor can be so useful. In this article, I'll share my tips for creating an efficient level editor, and explain how using this kind of tool has sped up my workflow. Here's the scenario: you've spent months working on your game and it's finally starting to come together. The codebase is strong, and you have come to the point where you can start creating levels for your game. There's only one problem - your level file looks like this: 27 Ways to Learn to Program Online Whether you are looking to switch careers and become a full-time programmer, want to try to build a website or app on the side, or are just looking to round out your skill set, learning to code has certainly been something a lot of people have started to do lately. And while being a programmer might not be for everyone, there is a lot to be said about gaining a better, more educated view of how all those pixels get moved around all those screens. Before we delve into our list of learning resources sites, we wanted to share some advice from Marissa Louie, a self-taught product designer for Ness Computing. A former startup founder, Louie told TNW that the hardest part of being self-taught – whether it’s design, programming, or any other discipline is, “gathering the courage.