Most people learn the tricks of a trade at college or university. Here in this institute you won't have to deal with lecturers, or find students sitting exams, and you can get an education here totally free. However, nobody will recommend that you apply to any of its faculties, because it is a penal colony. Yet the prisoners sometimes reveal hidden talents, learning new skills that will give them a better chance at a second life.
The Hallmark of an Intelligent Species
One of the most important things in the universe is CAUSE, the second most important is EFFECT. These two things can never be separated and as we continue to demonstrate. We do really bad at remembering this. So we are told our burning of fossil fuels is causing global warming on an unimaginable level. It might even be true. But lets face it, the world needs fuel, we use it for everything we do. Thats the Cause... But we are struggling with its Effect. So lets do what is truly appropriate. Most appropriate is to stop and ask, define what is fuel. Sticking with hydrocarbons obviously is not serving us very well. That being said, Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe and we know how to make it. We would be best served by building a hydrogen economy, not a hydrogen industry. Humanity shouldn't need anything more than water, any water. We should be able to drive down to the ocean and top off our tank. Crazy way to combat global warming and I'm not saying it would do that but it just might help to offset rising sea levels. Mind you I'm recommending it not for that but as our fuel source. Its time we designed and coupled our technologies with a symbiotic and global mindset, to think larger then just local. I would argue we need to think even larger than global. Continuing to harvest what we use and need from the bowels of our own planet is not the foundation for an intelligent species. And as much as I would like to spill everything I have come up with about a Hydrogen Economy lets instead talk about this. Harvesting an asteroid belt, that strikes me as the hallmark of an intelligent species.
US Foreign Policy - aka the world needs guns
"What The World Needs Now" What the world needs nowIs guns, sweet gunsIt's the only thingThat there's just too little ofWhat the world needs nowIs guns, sweet gunsNo not just for someBut for everyoneLord we don't need another allyThere are nations and peopleEnough to controlThere are terrorists and evilEnough to fearEnough to lastTill the end of timeWhat the world needs nowIs guns, sweet gunsNo not just for someBut for everyoneLord we don't need another peace treatyThere are cornfields and wheatfieldsEnough to growAnd there are sunbeams and moonbeamsEnough to shineSo listen, LordIf you want to knowWhat the world needs nowIs guns, sweet gunsIt's the only thingThat there's just too little ofWhat the world needs nowIs guns, sweet gunsNo not just for someBut for everyoneMore guns, uhh, more gunsEverybody know that(the world needs guns)Everybody, Everybody knows that(this world needs guns)This world, the whole world(the whole world needs guns)The whole world, the whole world(more guns, more ammo')There's not enough...
Welcome to the netherworld
Quite possibly you have gotten here because your trying to pull variables out of memory or hacking into the site via the frontend or ... only two ways you get here, either you clicked a crazy page title or your trying to break in who really cares, if your trying to break in then your a fuck. If you got here by clicking, this is an error page that usually people trying to hack the site will get redirected to. This may not apply in your case. Either way feel free to count the time, once I have the time I log the IP's that found their way here, write them into our firewalls and notify your ISP that your being a little prick, along with the logs and all the activity for the week prior coming from your IP. Hopefully they drop you like the turd you probably are. If you would actually take that curiosity and turn it into something constructive though you could actually make something of your life but if all your going to do is try to vandalize and break into systems than please by all means.. continue! If you had any real balls you would be trying that on some .mil or .gov sites though instead of some little piss-ant like myself. Who am I? Nobody really, but people like me try to make the world a better place every day that I do wake up, some day I won't and a lot of people will miss me. Who is going to be missing you when your gone? So do feel free to try to get into any .mil or .gov sites, even better go find out who some of the top level military contractors are and start kicking on their networks. But what the fuck do you think you are going to get by breaking into mine? Not much I can promise ya..
Anyone else think its stupid as fuck that these companies design software so that it open up ports on your machines that are wide open to the whole internet? And then run an indexing service on it? Cause I do. Its stupid shit like this that caused the Internet to crash back with the SQL Slammer bug, at least this opens up a TCP port instead of UDP like the embedded version of sqlserver that got exploited in the case of the slammerbug. But still, come on. Open it up to only a specific IP at least then someone needs to do some craft shit to exploit it, now they just have to hammer on port 50248 till they get it to start leaking something but its wide open to lord knows what. Autodesk, is anyone awake over there or what?
Code:<a href="www.joomlaxtc.com">joomlaxtc.com</a> Output:joomlaxtc.com Code:<abbr title="title of abbreviation">an abbreviation</abbr> Output:an abbreviation Code:<acronym title="as soon as possible">asap</acronym> Output:asap Code:<address>Address: Box 666, Hell Drive<br />Phone: +12 34 56 78</address> Output:Address: Box 666, Hell DrivePhone: +12 34 56 78 Code:<b>This is bold</b> Output:This is bold Code:<big>Big Text </big> Output:Big Text Code:<blockquote>Here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation.</blockquote> Output:Here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation here is a long quotation. Code:<br /> Output: Code:<button type="button">Click Me!</button> Output:Click Me! Code:<center>Centered Text</center> Output:Centered Text Code:<em>Emphasized text</em> Output:Emphasized text Code:<strong>Strong text</strong> Output:Strong text Code:<dfn>Definition term</dfn> Output:Definition term Code:<code>Computer code text</code> Output:Computer code text Code:<samp>Sample computer code text</samp> Output:Sample computer code text Code:<kbd>Keyboard text</kbd> Output:Keyboard text Code:<var>Variable</var> Output:Variable Code:<tt>teletype text</tt> Output:teletype text Code:<cite>Citation</cite> Output:Citation Code:<dl><dt>Coffee</dt><dd>- black hot drink</dd><dt>Milk</dt><dd>- white cold drink</dd></dl> Output:Coffee- black hot drinkMilk- white cold drink Code:My favorite color is <del>blue</del> <ins>red</ins> Output:My favorite color is blue red Code:<fieldset><legend>A Legend:</legend>Luke Skywalker</fieldset> Output:A Legend:Luke Skywalker Code:<form>Input:<input type="text" /><br/><label for="tarea">Textarea</label><input type="textarea" name="tarea" /><br/><select> <optgroup label="Swedish Cars"><option value="volvo">Volvo</option><option value="saab">Saab</option></optgroup><optgroup label="German Cars"><option value="mercedes">Mercedes</option><option value="audi">Audi</option></optgroup></select><br/><input type="button" value="Button"><br/><input type="checkbox" name="vehicle" value="Bike" />I have a bike<br /><input type="checkbox" name="vehicle" value="Car" />I have a car<br/><input type="radio" name="sex" value="male" />Male<br /><input type="radio" name="sex" value="female" />Female<br/><input type="submit" /></form> Output:Input:Textarea VolvoSaabMercedesAudiI have a bikeI have a carMaleFemale Code:<h1>This is h1</h1> Output:This is h1 Code:<h2>This is h2</h2> Output:This is h2 Code:<h3>This is h3</h3> Output:This is h3 Code:<h4>This is h4</h4> Output:This is h4 Code:<h5>This is h5</h5> Output:This is h5 Code:<h6>This is h6</h6> Output:This is h6 Code:<hr /> Output: Code:<i>italic</i> Output:italic Code:<img src="http://www.joomlaxtc.com/templates/jxtc_fotografik/images/logobeta.png"/> Output: Code:<ul><li>Unordered 1</li><li>Unordered 2</li><li>Unordered 3</li></ul> Output:Unordered 1Unordered 2Unordered 3 Code:<ol><li>Ordered 1</li><li>Ordered 2</li><li>Ordered 3</li></ol> Output:Ordered 1Ordered 2Ordered 3 Code:<p>This is a paragraph</p> Output:This is a paragraph Code:<pre>preformatted text</pre> Output:preformatted text Code:<q>Here is a short quotation here is a short quotation</q> Output:Here is a short quotation here is a short quotation Code:<s>Defines strikethrough text</s> Output:Defines strikethrough text Code:<small>small text</small> Output:small text Code:<span>a section in a document</span> Output:a section in a document Code:<strike>strikethrough text</strike> Output:strikethrough text Code:<sub>subscripted text</sub> Output:subscripted text Code:<sup>superscripted</sup> Output:superscripted Code:<u>Defines underlined text</u> Output:Defines underlined text Code:<xmp>preformatted text</xmp> Output:preformatted text Code:<table border="1"><caption>table caption</caption><thead><tr><th>Month</th><th>Savings</th></tr></thead><tfoot><tr><td>Sum</td><td>$180</td></tr></tfoot><tbody><tr><td>January</td><td>$100</td></tr><tr><td>February</td><td>$80</td></tr></tbody></table> Output:table captionMonthSavingsSum$180January$100February$80
How-TO: Sync your G1 Calendar and Contacts with Kontact
I have had my calendar syncing since day 1 with my G1 and Gmail but just found out how to get the Contacts from Kontact syncing today. I am incredibly happy at this point now. Here is how you go about doing that. First you need to have Java working on your system and download GCALDaemon. The only issue so far is seeing your contacts doubled up in Kontact, but since kaddressbook allows for a lot more contact info, i prefer it over ldap which is at this point not as flexable .
Egroupware setup AKA how to turn your world upside down
The one thing i have not seen covered and cost me most of two weeks to figure out was this. During the install when you have it check your config it showed two things amiss that i spent forever attempting to resolve, even broke several other apps in the process which i am not spending much more time to trace down till i get this whole mess working. !THIS SHOULD/COULD HAVE BEEN A HI-LIGHTED ITEM IN THEIR GUIDE! but its not mentioned once. Egroupware uses its own config file that ignores in many cases whatever php.ini file you may have present. You WILL need to edit THIS FILE to pass the initial test of your system. If you have php-pear installed and its not recognized or if magic_quotes_gpc is showing incorrect config setting. This is possibly the source of your problem.