[OpenWrt] Command-line router

The wrt54g router is good fun for all geeks, such a versatile network component with a lot of great feature coming from the open-source scene. Learn about its history if you don’t know yet, it’s one of the greatest GPL success after its use in a commercial product (win-win situation for Linksys and open-source communauty)….

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[WordPress] Theme viewer plugin

Paco wanted a wordpress installation with one purpose: test different themes for the same blog. The idea was nice, but know it’s even more fun with this new plugin: user controls which theme to display on the blog they are reading. Try it yourself on lasindias.info There’re surely some more feature to add before the…

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[To watch] 3 recommendations

It’s already 6 in the morning, I can clearly feel my circadian cycle drifting again in the early hours of the day, but it’s not anymore a desesperate quest for sleep, I’m back to last winter when the quiet nights were the best moment to concentrate and build up. Enough said, here are 3 important…

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Just in case you were not secure enough, please don’t look too anxious in airport: “Travelers at Sea-Tac and dozens of other major airports across America are being scrutinized by teams of TSA behavior-detection officers specially trained to discern the subtlest suspicious behaviors. TSA officials will not reveal specific behaviors identified by the program —…

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[Flickr] Stats under construction

During december, while everybody was probably mad about getting new friends on Facebook, the grandfather of web 2.0, Flickr, released a new tool for their users: Stats. To make it sexiers, they used a couple of retro-animated gif’s to tell you they’re currently builing your stat index, in a totally web 1.0 fashionned way: If…

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