After a few minutes of searching, it looks like Cisco has decided to use their once-good name to sell shit routers and hope they make money on an app store. Dlink appears to be more interested in selling some "mycloud" service than routers, they’ve dropped dual-band from most of their products, and their website is shit. Is anything good anymore?
I’d get one which you can install software on such as the DD-WRT firmware.
Not done it for a while, but a cheap router can be made to have a ton of features if that’s what your after.
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too bad i have verizon
I hope it’s better then the piece of shit ROKR
too bad i have verizon
This is my last month with them!!
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gifs have always sucked on apple mobile devices
Not sure why it doesn’t handle them well.
Because it doesn’t use the storage as a swap drive. If you have a gif that fills up the available RAM, it will be choppy. More so when there’s multiple ones.
Continue reading Wtf, why are gifs choppy on my new iPad?
If it makes you feel better, I’ll dual boot my hackintosh with Windows so there will be some PC talk in here.
My scenario is as follows…
HDTV in family room. Computer in den. I will be upgrading both in the very near future.
I want to be able to wirelessly stream anything from my computer to my TV. I also want to be able to control my computer from the family room(TV room) with a wireless keyboard and mouse. At first I was looking into replacing the desktop with a WiDi laptop and just having it in the family room set aside, but I changed my mind. Im sure there is a way to do what I want.
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there are too much talks and hypes out there about refresh rate
it makes shit more fluid lookin thats aboot it
Long story short, I’m replacing a router (pfSense box) for a small company. Ideally, I’d like to mount it in their rack for various reasons (power, heat, etc.). I’m looking to combine a few services into one router; wondering if any of you have a recommendation:
– Built in ADSL modem
– Built in firewall
– LAN interface must support trunking
– DHCP (preferable)
I was looking at some Cisco ISR’s, but I just want to see if there are anymore viable options out there.
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I bought an ’04 pathfinder several months ago and about a month ago started to notice many of the cd’s in the 6 disc changer started skipping, I presumed the discs were old and getting scratched. I decided to burn a new cd tonight and put it in. Not more than a few seconds into the first song it started skipping Any fixes to something like this? I don’t have the want (or money) to buy a new aftermarket deck. I would just resort to using a ipod FM transmitter but the quality and loudness are nowhere near that of a cd.
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I’m looking for something that is able to determine if an electrical single is present or not through Linux perferrably.
The senerio I’m trying to figure out… I have a hydronic heating system and I want to be able to do some kind of reporting to which zones are requesting heat (I have 3 zones) and at which time of day, also comparitive to the temperature outside.
So, in the simplest broken down form, I just need a way to determine if the zone sensor is on, or if a signal has been sent to it. I know the voltage (24v) of the circuit and I have the temperature thing already solved.
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Recently I was asked by my supervisor to learn Excel VBA. But I have very limited programming experience…Is VBA the same thing as Visual Basic?
No – very similar though. VBA is more tuned for Access and Excel than VB, so great for those programs, not as good for general programming (and not available without them!)