Archive for September, 2009

EFnet UK

On Sunday July 19 2009 Hardy announced on the EFnet website that Demon Internet will be delinking and from the EFnet IRC network in August.

For me, it marks the end of an era. There are no more UK IRC servers on the EFnet IRC network.

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Yesterday marks the day that I took over the “cssbase” project.

CSSbase is a html and css base framework that has been developed to make web site development quicker and more efficient.

I hope to continue to maintain this project for all to use freely.

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jQuery sucks at browser detection

This week i’ve been tweaking a little site I’ve started called ““, which is designed to assist people who don’t know whether their browser is up-to-date or not.

At first I thought this would be simple, because I knew jQuery had browser detection and had a variable called jQuery.browser.version, which would be very useful for checking the browser version, or so I thought.

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Customising the Netgear DG834G

I started writing this article a long time ago, however after researching the DG834G I soon found many more articles and sites dedicated to hacking or customising the Netgear DG834G router.

Recently I have discovered that many of these sources are now going offline. The thing is about this router, even though it has been around since at least 2004, is that it is still in use and more importantly, still available to purchase, yet hardly changed in price.

So, the purpose of this article is to provide you with information on how to customise your Netgear DG834G router. I hope you find it useful.

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Lame Botnet

Yes, my botnet is pretty lame, but it’s also kinda cool. I’m not talking about anything bad though.

My botnet is an eggdrop botnet that I use on the EFnet IRC network and it runs a script I called “lame”.

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Extend Blackberry ring time

I have a Blackberry Pearl 8900 on O2, I’ve had it a while now.

One big gripe I had with it is that the ringer doesn’t last long enough.

By the time I’ve pulled it out of my pocket, taken it out of it’s pocket, and assessed whether I want to answer the call, it’s already too late, especially if I’m in the middle of doing something else.

So, I can’t expect it to be perfect, but surely the ring time can be extended or increased? Here’s the solution…

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