IPv4 & NAT vs. IPv6 & GSM

IPv6 was created and developed in the face of running out-of IPv4 ip-addresses. Just a brief background on the two: IPv4 ip-addresses look like this: 192.168.1.1 IPv6 ip-addresses look like this: FE80:0000:0000:0000:0201:32FE:AB06:309C It’s pretty obvious that you can obtain more addresses out of IPv6 than IPv4. That’s really all the background you need to know… Continue reading IPv4 & NAT vs. IPv6 & GSM

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XHTML 1.1

Over the past couple of years HTML has been merging with XML to make more of a sustainable standard for basic-web-coding. In the future when XHTML is more XML than original HTML, it will allow for more scripting prowess. Right now, XHTML is still a bit sketchy and a lot of companies keep exploiting the… Continue reading XHTML 1.1

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Web-based Office Applications

Behold the future of office applications! ThinkFree Office Online – This is the be-all and end-all of online Office apps. I can’t even describe how amazing this is. You can edit any office doc; word, excel or powerpoint. Print it out, save as PDF, save it to a web-disk, or your hard-disk… and it’s all… Continue reading Web-based Office Applications

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Get flash version from Visual Basic

Just a small script for getting a browsers flash version: Function VBGetSwfVer(i) on error resume next Dim swControl, swVersion swVersion = 0 set swControl = CreateObject(“ShockwaveFlash.ShockwaveFlash.” + CStr(i)) if (IsObject(swControl)) then swVersion = swControl.GetVariable(“$version”) end if VBGetSwfVer = swVersion End Function

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Domain Name information site

DNSstuff.com is the best collected set of Domain Name information tools. They’re all free too. Also they released a latency test tool, that’s free for download, titled LateRoute.

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BitTorrent on Intel-based Mac

Apparently the most popular OS X bitTorrent clients on Intel-based Macs don’t really work all that well… or not at all. Luckily there’s a truley universal bitTorrent client available, Transmission. Give it a shot!

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Finding a type-face from a graphic

Every seen a type-face in a graphic and wonder what font name is? Well here’s some good news for you. MyFonts.com has built a web-application that can decipher a font, from a graphic. It’s well-worth book-marking: MyFonts.com – What the Font?!

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really simple PHP RSS parser

Magpie RSS is a PHP RSS parser that is extremely simple to install and use. Very flexible and highly optimized. Very well collected & written code. When I write “PHP *something* parser”, it essentially means that the programming language PHP is analyizing and breaking down a data-file into components. So a file that looks like… Continue reading really simple PHP RSS parser

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