Sunday, December 19, 2010

Total Commander, Version 7.56a

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Total Commander, Version 7.56a, is a Shareware file manager for Windows® 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7, and Windows® 3.1.

Total Commander

New (December 17, 2010): Total Commander 7.56a for Windows released July 31, 08: Total Commander CE/Pocket 2.51 released October 23, 06: Problems with self-extracting ZIP archives on Windows XP November 2, 02: Name change to Total Commander! Important note: Changes for orders from Germany, U.K. and Belgium! Features in Total Commander 7.56a now include : * Two file windows side by side * Multiple language and Unicode support * Enhanced search function * Compare files (now with editor) / synchronize directories * Quick View panel with bitmap display * ZIP, ARJ, LZH, RAR, UC2, TAR, GZ, CAB, ACE archive handling + plugins * Built-in FTP client with FXP (server to server) and HTTP proxy support * Parallel port link, multi-rename tool * Tabbed interface, regular expressions, history+favorites buttons * Thumbnails view, custom columns, enhanced search * Compare editor, cursor in lister, separate trees, logging, enhanced overwrite dialog etc. * Unicode names almost everywhere, long names (>259 characters), password manager for ftp and plugins, synchronize empty dirs, 64 bit context menu, quick file filter (Ctrl+S) * New: USB port connection via special direct transfer cable, partial branch view (Ctrl+Shift+B), and many improvements to ftp, synchronizing and other functions * And many more!
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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Usb internet radio + TV player in True Sense

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Usb internet radio + TV player
Usb internet radio + TV player in True Sense

There is something call "USB Worldwide Internet Radio TV Dongle Recorder Player" sell in the whole world. Ebay, China, everywhere is selling this thing. It look like a TV receiver or a plug and play internet TV Hardware which would made your computer be able to play Internet TV such as Google TV.

Please DON'T BE FOOLED. It is actually a normal usb harddisk stick ONLY.The stick contains a autoplay file which is a self-made player like PPS.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

EHCI Specification

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Specification

The Enhanced Host Controller Interface (EHCI) specification describes the register-level interface for a Host Controller for the Universal Serial Bus (USB) Revision 2.0. The specification includes a description of the hardware/software interface between system software and the host controller hardware. This specification is intended for hardware component designers, system builders and device driver (software) developers.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Techtree.com India > News > Internet > Former WikiLeaks Partners to Start Openleaks

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, Dec 10, 2010 1756 hrs IST
Distances itself from exposes; will instead pass on the information to independent news media
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With the big brother closing in on beleaguered WikiLeaks architect Julian Assange, his former partners at the project are deserting him for a similar project. Christened Openleaks, the new non-profit organisation is founded by the former associates of Assange at WikiLeaks. The erstwhile partners claim, on the condition of anonymity, that Assange's high-handed approach is what made them break off into a separate entity.

Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter quoted one of the founders, 'As a short-term goal, this is about completing the technical infrastructure and ensuring that the organization continues to be democratically governed by all its members, rather than limited to one group or individual.' The ex-partners claim Assange's personal problems disrupted WikiLeaks from its goals. They contended that his experiences from the past were motivating his autocratic approach in pursuing issues without taking the collective into consideration.

In a clear departure from WikiLeaks' ethos, Openleaks will not directly publish the exposes. It will instead pass on the same to independent media entities. Openleaks intends to position itself as a neutral mediator with no political agenda. According to them, this will shield them from government wrath. The basic idea behind the move is to place the burden of editing and authenticating the information to third parties. The governments and other entities at the receiving will then have to contend with the independent media, which Openleaks believes would be more resilient against such pressures.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Thunderbird 3.1.7 is released

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Thunderbird: "Thunderbird 3.1

Thunderbird now has tabs, better search, and email archiving.
It's easy to upgrade to Thunderbird 3.1

* Free Download Thunderbird  (3.1.7, English, 8.9MB)

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

What is "flockatyme" or "#flockatyme" means?

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What is "flockatyme" or "#flockatyme" means?






"flockatyme": It  is a twitter event by a twitter user @WakaFlockaBSM.


"#flockatyme": It's actually no special meaning by a promotion of twitter user @WakaFlockaBSM's CD or music.


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Security issue in Website Optimiser

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Security issue in Website Optimiser

Dear Website Optimiser user,

We are writing to inform you of a potential security issue with Website Optimiser. By exploiting a vulnerability in the Website Optimiser Control Script, an attacker might be able to execute malicious code on your site using a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attack. This attack can only take place if a website or browser has already been compromised by a separate attack. While the immediate probability of this attack is low, we urge you to take action to protect your site.

We have fixed the bug, and all new experiments are not susceptible. However, any experiments you are currently running need to be updated to fix the bug on your site. Additionally, if you have any Website Optimiser scripts from paused or stopped experiments created before 3 December 2010, you will need to remove or update that code as well.

There are two ways to update your code. You can either stop current experiments, remove the old scripts and create a new experiment, or you can update the code on your site directly. We strongly recommend creating a new experiment as it is the simpler method.

Creating a New Experiment

  1. Stop any currently running Website Optimiser experiments
  2. Remove all the Website Optimiser scripts from your site
  3. Create a new experiment as normal. New experiments are not vulnerable.

Updating the Website Optimizer Control Script Directly

  1. Locate the Control Script on your site. It looks like this:
A/B Test Control Script
<!-- Google Website Optimiser Control Script -->
<script>
function utmx_section(){}function utmx(){}
(function(){var k='XXXXXXXXXX',d=document,l=d.location,c=d.cookie;function f(n){
if(c){var i=c.indexOf(n+'=');if(i>-1){var j=c.indexOf(';',i);return c.substring(i+n.
length+1,j<0?c.length:j)}}}var x=f('__utmx'),xx=f('__utmxx'),h=l.hash;
d.write('<sc'+'ript src="'+
'http'+(l.protocol=='https:'?'s://ssl':'://www')+'.google-analytics.com'
+'/siteopt.js?v=1&utmxkey='+k+'&utmx='+(x?x:'')+'&utmxx='+(xx?xx:'')+'&utmxtime='
+new Date().valueOf()+(h?'&utmxhash='+escape(h.substr(1)):'')+
'" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"></sc'+'ript>')})();
</script><script>utmx("url",'A/B');</script>
<!-- End of Google Website Optimizer Control Script -->
Multivariate Test Control Script
<!-- Google Website Optimizer Control Script -->
<script>
function utmx_section(){}function utmx(){}
(function(){var k='XXXXXXXXXX',d=document,l=d.location,c=d.cookie;function f(n){
if(c){var i=c.indexOf(n+'=');if(i>-1){var j=c.indexOf(';',i);return c.substring(i+n.
length+1,j<0?c.length:j)}}}var x=f('__utmx'),xx=f('__utmxx'),h=l.hash;
d.write('<sc'+'ript src="'+
'http'+(l.protocol=='https:'?'s://ssl':'://www')+'.google-analytics.com'
+'/siteopt.js?v=1&utmxkey='+k+'&utmx='+(x?x:'')+'&utmxx='+(xx?xx:'')+'&utmxtime='
+new Date().valueOf()+(h?'&utmxhash='+escape(h.substr(1)):'')+
'" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"></sc'+'ript>')})();
</script>
<-- End of Google Website Optimizer Control Script -->
  1. Locate the following in the Control Script: return c.substring(...
  2. Modify the following line as shown:
    BEFORE: return c.substring(i+n.length+1,j<0?c.length:j)
    FIXED: return escape(c.substring(i+n.length+1,j<0?c.length:j))
    Make sure to include the final closing brackets “)”
Fixed A/B Control Script
<!-- Google Website Optimizer Control Script -->
<script>
function utmx_section(){}function utmx(){} (function(){var k='XXXXXXXXXX',d=document,l=d.location,c=d.cookie;function f(n){ if(c){var i=c.indexOf(n+'=');if(i>-1){var j=c.indexOf(';',i);
return escape(c.substring(i+n.length+1,j<0?c.length:j))}}}
var x=f('__utmx'),xx=f('__utmxx'),h=l.hash; d.write('<sc'+'ript src="'+
'http'+(l.protocol=='https:'?'s://ssl':'://www')+'.google-analytics.com'
+'/siteopt.js?v=1&utmxkey='+k+'&utmx='+(x?x:'')+'&utmxx='+(xx?xx:'')+'&utmxtime='
+new Date().valueOf()+(h?'&utmxhash='+escape(h.substr(1)):'')+
'" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"></sc'+'ript>')})();
</script><script>utmx("url",'A/B');
</script>
<-- End of Google Website Optimizer Control Script -->

Fixed Multivariate Control Script
<!-- Google Website Optimizer Control Script -->
<script>
function utmx_section(){}function utmx(){}
(function(){var k='XXXXXXXXXX',d=document,l=d.location,c=d.cookie;function f(n){
if(c){var i=c.indexOf(n+'=');if(i>-1){var j=c.indexOf(';',i);
return escape(c.substring(i+n.length+1,j<0?c.length:j))}}}
var x=f('__utmx'),xx=f('__utmxx'),h=l.hash; d.write('<sc'+'ript src="'+
'http'+(l.protocol=='https:'?'s://ssl':'://www')+'.google-analytics.com'
+'/siteopt.js?v=1&utmxkey='+k+'&utmx='+(x?x:'')+'&utmxx='+(xx?xx:'')+'&utmxtime='
+new Date().valueOf()+(h?'&utmxhash='+escape(h.substr(1)):'')+
'" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"></sc'+'ript>')})();
</script>
<-- End of Google Website Optimizer Control Script -->

Note that the k=XXXXXXXXX line in the above Control Script examples is a placeholder.

Your experiment will continue as normal after you’ve made this update. There’s no need to pause or restart the experiment.

We’re committed to keeping Website Optimiser secure, and we’re deeply sorry for this issue. We will continue to work hard to prevent future vulnerabilities.


Yours sincerely,
Trevor
Google Website Optimiser Team

Saturday, December 04, 2010

SiSoftware Sandra 2011 Released

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SiSoftware Sandra 2011 Released


SiSoftware Sandra 2011 Released: London, UK, 4th November 2010 - Media Transcode, Blu-Ray and further GPGPU support.


A year ago, SiSoftware released Sandra 2010 with full support for Windows 7; in the 18 months since the launch of Windows 7, more than ever before we have seen the line blur between PC and entertainment hubs. Two months ago we released a Blu-Ray benchmark, now we have added a brand-new Media Transcoding benchmark using the new Media Foundation of Windows 7. We have also added yet another benchmark (GPGPU Cryptography) which allows direct comparison of CPU performance (using crypto instruction sets) and GPGPU performance.

Benchmarking 101 Benchmarking in Detail: London, UK, November 4th 2011 - We have started a series of articles to detail the new benchmarks of the latest version, Sandra 2011.

Learn what they do, how their work and what the results mean. How do current devices (CPUs, GPGPUs, memory, drives, etc.) compare and how future, soon to be released devices fare?

CPU vs. GPGPU: Arithmetic Performance
CPU vs. GPGPU: Memory Performance
OpenCL GPGPU Performance (OpenCL vs. CUDA/STREAM)
OpenCL CPU Performance (OpenCL vs native/Java/.Net)
DirectX 11 Compute Shader SiSoftware DirectX 11 Compute Shader Support Released: London, UK, 4th January 2010 - SiSoftware releases its suite of DirectX 11 Compute Shader GPGPU benchmarks as part of SiSoftware Sandra 2010.

Compute Shader/DirectCompute is a new programmable shader stage introduced with DirectX 11 that expands Direct3D beyond graphics programming. We believe Compute Shader/DirectCompute will become 'the standard' for programming parallel workloads in Windows, thus we have ported all our GPGPUs benchmarks to DirectX 11 Compute Shader/DirectCompute. more...
OpenCL SiSoftware OpenCL Support Released: London, UK, 30th November 2009 - SiSoftware releases its suite of OpenCL GPGPU benchmarks as part of SiSoftware Sandra 2010.

OpenCL is an open standard for running parallel tasks on GPUs, CPUs and hardware accelerators using the same code - unlike proprietary solutions. We believe OpenCL will become 'the standard' for programming parallel workloads in the future, thus we have ported all our GPGPUs benchmarks to OpenCL.

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Tricks to Deal With Bad Customer Service

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Tricks to Deal With Bad Customer Service


Cool customer services will make you want to continue to do business with a company. Bad customer service will frustrate you and make you think about taking your business else where. Dealing with bad customer service in the proper way will help you feel better about your experience and will help the company improve customer service.

Be specific about your complaint when you are speaking to a customer service representative. Many times, bad customer service is simply the result of the customer service representative misunderstanding your situation.


Stay calm and polite when you are speaking to any representative of the company. Becoming irate will hurt your chances of having your problem solved.


Ask to speak to a supervisor or manager if necessary. A manager or supervisor will usually have more options available to effectively fix your problem.


Offer your suggestions. If you have ways in mind to correct the problem or improve customer service, let the supervisor know. You may be able to offer a solution that the manager didn't think about.


Accept that you may have to compromise. In some cases, the solution that you are seeking may be impossible.

Write a letter to the company or business owner. Make sure that you include your initial problem, the names of everyone you spoke with, your specific customer service complaints, your proposed solution and your contact information.

Find a new business to frequent. If you find that you are unable to get your situation resolved in a mutually agreeable way, taking your business elsewhere will make a powerful statement. This is especially true if you are dealing with a small business.