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2 Ott/10

Display Programs That Open Connections With Moo0 ConnectionWatcher

Display Programs That Open Connections With Moo0 ConnectionWatcher

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); One of the little things that computer users can do to improve the overall security of their computer system is to check the open connections regularly. Specifically, the programs that try to communicate with servers on the Internet or other networks. Programs like CurrPorts or MyPorts list all programs and services on the computer that listen for incoming connections or have already created connections with other servers and...

2 Set/10

“We’re sorry. You have reached a number that is disconnected or that is no longer in service.”

“We’re sorry. You have reached a number that is disconnected or that is no longer in service.”

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Been getting harassed via telephone by some vacation telemarketing place in Las Vegas. At first I set my phone to send calls from that one number directly to voicemail. Then, tonight, I re-discovered you can block callers in Google Voce and automatically give them the official “this number is no longer in service message.” Yes. Here’s what my blocked call log looks like now. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle...

27 Ago/10

Show the Day’s Date in Google Calendar’s Favicon with a User Script [Userscripts]

Show the Day’s Date in Google Calendar’s Favicon with a User Script [Userscripts]

Google Calendar recently updated their favicon to a calendar page with a number on it, though the number doesn’t change. With a simple User Script, though, you can make it display the current date. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: Show the Day’s Date in Google Calendar’s Favicon with a User Script [Userscripts] Technorati Tags: Calendar, calendar page, current, downloads, favicon, greasemonkey,...




10 Ago/10

Even more GNOME keyboard shortcuts

Even more GNOME keyboard shortcuts

Well all strive to make our desktop as efficient as possible. Whether you’re a coder who wants nothing more than to never remove your fingers from the keyboard, or if you’re a writer who wants to use the mouse only when necessary, there are so many ways to make this happen. One of the easiest ways is to use keyboard shortcuts. I’ve already touched on this subject in my article “Handy GNOME keyboard shortcuts” and I’ve demonstrated how to create custom...