Chromium OS on ASUS eee PC via USB in three easy steps sleepyti.me bedtime calculator Tagxedo - Tag Cloud with Styles 25 Facebook Tips and Tricks you should be aware of 1. Hide Your Online Status From Selected Friends: So you want to use Facebook chat but don’t want some people to see your online status? Simply open up the Facebook Chat and click on Friends List. Start creating a new list called BlockList. Once the list is created, add those friends to the list that you want to appear offline to. 2. If you are like me, you often get annoyed by the dozens of silly applications that people have added to their profile. 3. Want to display your Facebook status updates on your WordPress blog? 4. No need to go to Facebook.com if all you want to do is use Facebook chat. 5. If you are a firefox addict you don’t need to use any other software to update your Facebook status. 6. Easily create a photo collage from profile pictures of all your Facebook friends using a simple Facebook app called Photo Collage. 7. A great tutorial by Tim Watson walks you through the process of hiding specific actions from your status updates. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.
Freescale's Insanely Tiny ARM Chip Will Put the Internet of Things Inside Your Body | Wired Design Freescale’s Kinetis KL02 MCU is very small. Photo courtesy: Freescale. Chipmaker Freescale Semiconductor has created the world’s smallest ARM-powered chip, designed to push the world of connected devices into surprising places. Announced today, the Kinetis KL02 measures just 1.9 by 2 millimeters. The KL02 has 32k of flash memory, 4k of RAM, a 32 bit processor, and peripherals like a 12-bit analog to digital converter and a low-power UART built into the chip. How tiny? The KL02 is part of Freescale’s push to make chips tailored to the Internet of Things. There are some clues we can glean about how this chip might end up inside our digestive tracts. Though Moore’s law has become largely uninteresting at the scale of desktop and laptop computers (when all you’re doing is watching videos, writing, and surfing the web, you don’t need that much power), there is still plenty of room at the bottom. The new chip will be on display at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany, from Feb. 26 to 28.
Télécharger ChromeOS pour une machine virtuelle Bon, ça y est, si vous voulez tester ChromeOS sur une VmWare (machine virtuelle), c'est possible et déjà en téléchargement sur The Pirate Bay ! Il vous suffit de télécharger le fichier via un client Bittorrent, de le décompresser, puis de l'ouvrir avec VmWare. Je suis en train de vous l'uploader sur Megaupload et je cherche une technique simple pour convertir ce vmdk en vdi (pour VirtualBox) . Télécharger l'image de Chrome OS pour VmWare Télécharger l'image de Chrome OS pour VirtualBox J'ai compressé les images en bz2, donc si vous êtes sous Windows,installez 7zip (clone de Winzip) pour les décompresser En login mettez : mark (en clavier américain, ça s'écrit : ,qrk ) et rien en mot de passe... Par contre, il semblerait qu'on ai besoin d'un compte @google.com, pour stocker ses préférences ChromeOS. La preuve : Vous avez aimé cet article ?
wol-e - Wake on LAN Explorer WOL-E is a suite of tools for the Wake on LAN feature of network attached computers, this is now enabled by default on many Apple computers. These tools include: Bruteforcing the MAC address to wake up clients Sniffing WOL attempts on the network and saving them to disk Sniffing WOL passwords on the network and saving them to disk Waking up single clients (post sniffing attack) Scanning for Apple devices on the network for WOL enabling Sending bulk WOL requests to all detected Apple clients. Quicklinks Download Latest Version (2.0) Help Page Screenshots WOL Bruteforcing WOL Packet Sniffing WOL Detection WOL Scan for Apple devices WOL wake up all stored Apple devices from the above scan WOL Single clients
The Sietch Blog » How To Ride Your Bike To Work It’s Wednesday, that means its time once again for my weekly article from GreenOptions. I write for them each Wednesday. That means The Sietch gets last weeks article :) Enjoy. I have been in love with bike riding for years now, from the flat open roads of Ohio, to the bustling SUV traffic of Austin, the winding roads of Cape Cod, and now the horn-honking traffic of Boston. "Butâ€¦it’s too dangerous." I will not lie to you: riding your bike can be dangerous. The first would be to wear your helmet. It is important that you develop bike survival skills. "But… it’s too far to ride." At each point in my life, the concept of "too far" has changed. Like anything in life, start small, and slowly push your range out. The six mile bike ride from my home to my office takes me about 30 minutes if I take my time. "Butâ€¦it’s too cold/hot." This is actually one of the few valid reasons for some people. Riding your bike is an enjoyable pastime. "Butâ€¦ there are no bike lanes/trails." The good stuff.