Archive for the 'Internet, Telephony and Comms' Category

SSH Port Forwarding VNC under Mac OS X

Monday, October 23rd, 2006

If you’ve ever needed to remotely administer Mac OS X remotely, VNC combined with port forwarding can be very handy. A command like the following below, will forward localport 5901 to 5900 on the remote machive via a ssh tunnel. ssh -L 5901:localhost:5900 bugga.net Under recent versions of OS X however this does not work. […]

Google Pack Goodness

Sunday, October 22nd, 2006

If you don’t already have the google back, grab it now. It contains many useful app’s all bundled in a handy installer from google and will keep the apps in the pack up to date, you can use as many or as few of the apps as you like and it is easy as pie […]

Programming is Hard: Let’s work to make it a little easier.

Friday, September 1st, 2006

Programming is Hard: Let’s work to make it a little easier. This handy site is a good utility in anyones arsenal. It includes many tips and tricks to aid those getting into programming. Well worth reading and of course for the more knowledageble out there – contributing, to help future programmers!

Geek to Live: Mastering Wget – Lifehacker

Wednesday, August 30th, 2006

Geek to Live: Mastering Wget – Lifehacker wget is perhaps one of the handiest tools in my inventory. But i rarely use it anywhere near its full potential, there are somethings that I would like to do that I just dont have the time or energy to expend doing. However this guide should cover most […]

5 HTML elements you probably never use (but perhaps should)

Thursday, August 17th, 2006

This is a collection of HTML elements I’ve found to be very under-represented in markup on the web today. read more | digg story

Simple Popup Images WordPress Plugin

Friday, August 4th, 2006

The Simple Popup Images plugin allows you to add pop-up images to your WordPress blog. You put a thumbnail image in your post; if a user clicks on it, a larger version appears in a separate window. While I typically despise pop-ups of every sort, I prefer them for pictures, as it allows me to […]

Messenger Plus! Live – The Windows Live Messenger Extension

Monday, June 26th, 2006

Messenger Plus! Live – The Windows Live Messenger Extension This handy little extension will add the most important feature to MSN Messenger (errm, Windows Live Messenger this week). TABBED conversations, something very useful and most handy. Looks like i will not be completely annoyed with the standard, well not until the new version of Gaim […]

The little iTunes that couldn’t …

Sunday, June 18th, 2006

How can a digital catalouge expire? I placed an album in my shopping cart, waiting for a time when I could be bothered to make a purchase (Roxette – Don’t bore us get to the chorus, if you must know – there is no accounting for taste, especially not mine :P), anyways back to the […]

nmap downloadable for XNmap 3.0 users

Tuesday, May 9th, 2006

Just a short update to let people know that the ever useful XNmap 3.0 now has a packaged version of nmap (command line interface, that XNmap is a GUI wrapper for) available for download . Grab if it you need it 😀

The Pirate Bay – The worlds largest BitTorrent tracker

Saturday, April 22nd, 2006

The Pirate Bay – The worlds largest BitTorrent tracker Respect! I am impressed at the quality of the responses to American laywers acting on behalf of American corporations, it be about time that they do not define nor impose their laws on everyone on this, God’s good earth!