It’s confirmed My sentiments exactly. There is no need for an internet filter to slow down the internet and remove our liberties, while not even satisfying the task it was put there for.
So I have an iPhone. It’s always in my pocket. It has a 3G connection. I can share the 3G Connection to a laptop. So why the hell can’t I share this connection to an iPad? Even a Jobs-derided “Net Book” can use the iPhone’s 3G connection. What’s worse is that this is not only …Continue Reading
or, the role of social media in today’s internet Facebook – Useful way to keep in touch with (or keep tabs on) people you can’t really be arsed keeping in touch with (or stalking) for real. Twitter – fun way to communicate with friends and receive news in a nicely abridged fashion, without all the other cruft. …Continue Reading
I highly recommend checking out the GMail labs features, Settings -> Labs. Got some useful ones in there. Default ‘Reply to all’ – changes default reply action to ‘Reply All’ Title Tweaks – re-orders the title Inserting images – embed images into a post (useful, but a little buggy) Forgotten Attachment Detector – reminds you …Continue Reading
Wake up Australia. Internet censorship comparisons between China and Australia are no longer just interesting comparisons. Your communication minister is actually involking China’s policies to help try and get what he wants. Read this Sydney Morning Herald article. “Google at the moment filters an enormous amount of material on behalf of the Chinese government; they …Continue Reading
So you’re storing user files in your PHP app, but you are worried about security (as you should). Two bad things you might encounter (amongst others): a filename with “../” so as to overwrite arbitrary files on your server, or a filename with .php in it (to run arbitrary code). I read this idea, but …Continue Reading
OK so the iPhone doesn’t use your computers internet when connected via USB. Why? I dunno it’s one of the sadly lacking features on an otherwise awesome device. Sharing the net however via ad-hoc wifi is easy. In System Preferences, go to “Sharing”, select Internet Sharing (don’t tick it yet), tick ‘Airport’ then tick ‘Internet …Continue Reading