Category: Computers

How to Capture Packets with Wireshark

Show Notes: “Wireshark is a very powerful and popular network analyzer for Windows, Mac Linux- a tool that is used to inspect data passing through a network interface, be it your Ethernet LAN or even Wireless radio. These series of data are considered Frames, of which include “packets”. Wireshark has the ability to capture all …

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Googles Official URL Shortener

While I was browsing the web today I stumbled across a new link g.co I was wondering who this shortener belongs to. I had a feeling it belonged to google and I was right. G.co is googles official short URL. It is only used by google. Unlike goo.gl which is open to everyone. About g.co …

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Make Use Of – Best Linux Distros

Makeuseof.com website has created a list of the best Linux Distros, let me say they made a good list. They have taken the distros and categorized them into different groups based on what the OS is designed for like General Use, Enterprise, For Mac & Windows Users, and Commercial there is a few more but I just listed …

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How dynamic DNS works, And who I would choose for my DNS needs.

Dynamic DNS can be very useful. You can use it to host your website on your own servers. That’s where parts of my website come from. Currently I use No-Ip for my dynamic DNS needs. The service works great, its simple to use and very effective. My ISP is verizon fios and all though my …

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Microsoft Office 2013 Preview is here

[notice]Webcast Video Below Is On AutoPlay[/notice] Just a few days ago microsoft release the Office 365 Home Premium Preview. When you signup for it you can install the office package on 5 machines. If you don’t want the Office 365 you can get the programs separately. Now my first impressions of the new office are …

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Cinemagraphs: Almost like animated GIFs but a little different

If you haven’t seen them you should. They are called Cinemagraphs. They are almost like animated GIFs, well they are GIFs but in normal animated GIFs you have  a series of photos. These are made form video files. The main difference is that usually in animated GIFs the entire photos or objects move. Well in Cinemagraphs only …

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Dell XPS One 27 Rocks! Download Facebook Photos, HDTV Wiimote LG LM6200, Seagate Backup Plus, Thunderbolt vs. USB 2.0, GeekDad Day, Hungry Riders!

I kinda want one of these dell computers. They are small powerful, and you don’t need to have a tower at your feet. Click Post to watch video

Using text-only web browser Lynx to visit some of today’s top websites

Who would use a text only browser? I know I wouldn’t.   Do you use Lynx? If so, you’re one of a rather small minority that use the text-only web browser, which predates even the world wide web. Although it is still perfectly usable for most websites, the lack of graphics makes Lynx less than …

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I wish I would have had this before

I wish I would have had this button before. After installing Exchange 2010 SP2 I found a new button on the exchange console. It’s the “Reset Virtual Directories”. I wish I would have had this button before. earlier I messed up my OWA directory. I don’t know what I did to it. After installing the SP2 …

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