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Military Radio Messes With Garage Door Opener
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Add this to the list of reasons why you should think twice before moving to Yuma, Ariz., where the thermometer can hit 124 degrees: nearby Marine Corps radio signals can kill your garage door opener

Foothills resident has garage door problem

Posted by NB on Monday, August 30, 2010 @ 15:36:18 UTC (1451 reads)
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Google Street View Hack Stalks Victims
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A security researcher has devised an attack suitable for stalking and similarly creepy endeavors that uses JavaScript and geo location data from Google to pinpoint a victim's precise location. Read the full article. [The Register]

Posted by NB on Wednesday, August 04, 2010 @ 16:18:41 UTC (2464 reads)
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TeachStreet shifts to paid listings
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TeachStreet today announced a major overhaul to its business, shifting to a paid model in which teachers who want to be listed in the online directory must pay $3 per month. The company also will continue to operate its Pro membership service in which teachers pay $29.95 per month. It will also reduce payment processing fees from 4.9 percent to 2.9 percent, with Pro members continuing to receive free credit card processing. But the elimination of the free service is a big change for a site that once boasted about its comprehensive directory, and it is unclear how teachers will ultimately react.

The Seattle startup plans to implement the changes in the coming weeks, and over time the free listings from yoga, language, cooking and other classes will eventually be phased out. In a blog post, TeachStreet founder Dave Schappell said that he's hopeful that the changes will make the community a "better place for teachers and students." But he also acknowledged that the decision was being driven by economics.

Posted by NB on Thursday, April 08, 2010 @ 17:29:12 UTC (1668 reads)
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April Fools Pranks: Cublical Chaos, Blue Screens & More
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Need some inspiration for this year’s April Fool’s joke?  We’ve got a superb collection of DIY pranks ready to be deployed.  First up, pictured above is a quick prank to make your co-workers thing you’ve filled their entire cubicle or office with packaging peanuts.  The trick? Tape a large piece of paper just behind the glass and fill the small gap to create the illusion.  You can use a similar technique for standard cubicles.  – Packaging Peanuts Prank

Top Geek Pranks:

  1. Fake Blue Screen of Death Device – Freak out your co-workers by creating random BSOD’s.  For an easier approach, you can also secretly install the BSOD screensaver!
  2. Screw with People Who Steal your WiFi – Learn how to invert every image on the users webpage!
  3. Quick and Dirty MS Word Prank – Simply modify some files so that Microsoft Word exits without saving each time the letter ‘e’ is pressed
  4. Ping Pong Ball Gun Attack – Hide a robot in the ceiling tiles and have it unload a barrage of ping pong balls on unsuspecting office workers.

All Via HacknMod

Posted by NB on Thursday, April 01, 2010 @ 20:02:12 UTC (1519 reads)
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Commodore 64 awakes from slumber with makeover
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The vintage Commodore 64 personal computer is getting a makeover, with a new design and some of the latest computing technologies, as the brand gets primed for a comeback.

The Commodore 64 was a home computer running on an 8-bit processor released by Commodore International in 1982. The computer was one of the most popular models of all time, selling close to 17 million units between 1982 and 1994, according to the Computer History Museum.Continue reading »

Posted by NB on Wednesday, March 24, 2010 @ 18:31:21 UTC (1567 reads)
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