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Jemimus on September 22nd, 2016

Re-encrypting my work laptop harddrive. Veracrypt is the successor to Truecrypt and its code has been community-vetted to insure there are no ‘back doors’ in it (and its security can be independently verified). The only downside it has is that by default, it uses a rather high header key derivation iteration value (a lot higher […]

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The next few weeks I will be in study mode. Next week a 5 day classroom course for VMware vSphere 4.1: Install, Configure & Manage The week after that its 3 days VMware vSphere 4: Manage for Performance Then some exam training and on the 25th the VCP4 exam. I am exited and nervous, as […]

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Here are 2 videos I made of how I currently use my G1. I show off some apps and how they work. I am especially happy with finally finding a descent Jabber client with conference support. (specifically: xep-0045 support) The app is called jabiru and is quite simple, fast, nice and compact. You can find […]

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Talkonaut is a pretty cool XMPP/Jabber application for mobile platforms. Its based around a paid Googletalk-to-Voip gateway service developed by Evgeny Korolenko and Ruslan Zalata called Gtalk-to-Voip I have been using Talkonaut for some time for its Multi-IM support, it will connect not only to Gtalk and other generic Jabber services, but also MSN. This […]

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Thefluffyadmin on February 21st, 2006

I have had my HTC Universal for a few months now, and while its still a very cool device, I cant get round how crappy Media Player 10 is. The user interface is horrible,  it wont sync my playlists like its suppose to, building a new playlist on the fly it too cumbersome a process, […]

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