Fun With Wi-fi Monitoring Above 10000 ft

This was my first time flying on the airplane with Wi-fi service. The service was quite expensive so I did not purchase it. Instead, I’ve decided to see what I will get if I do some magic using Wireshark. I’ve configured the wi-fi device into monitor mode. (in this mode, I am not connected to […]

Why Windows 8 Will Be Support Nightmare (Especially in Small Businesses)

Windows 8 offers a radically new interface for computers, with new features like new Metro (what do they call it now? Windows 8 interface?) and other features, or non-features like lack of the Start button. So why this is bad for small businesses? Simply put, it is bad for small businesses, unless whoever taking charge […]

Freenet as a Network Node Heartbeat Monitor

While real application of Freenet is for anonymous, censorship tolerant network. I am experimenting its usefulness as poor man’s server heartbeat monitor. The idea is, I’d configure each node as Darknet only mode, and only exchange keys with nodes to monitor the server. Participating nodes can monitor status of server by whether it is available […]

A Statement Regarding Interview by NHK of Japan About Tor Technology

This is a document originally written on September 20th, regarding interview about Tor conducted by NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) Written on 9/20/2012 I’ve received inquiries from NHK (Nippon Housou Kyoukai) regarding interview they want to do with me. As they will be having a discussion of anonymizing technology in their show called Science Zero to […]

Why I Rather Want to See Linux Desktop Succeed

Linux Desktop looking better and better…maybe more so when Windows 8 is out. Because Windows 8 is One Step Away from the Operating System… Face it, Windows 8 is a mess. It mostly trying to push their agenda. (which Mac OS X in certainly guilty on some count of this) Those both platforms are trying […]

Why I decided to get Galaxy Nexus and go back to Vanilla Android

I have been Android user since T-mobile released their first Android phone, T-mobile G1 (HTC Dream), back in 2008. Couple years after that, I’ve moved to Nexus One, then on Sensation 4G (HTC Sensation) then recently, I’ve decided to move to Galaxy Nexus with vanilla Android. Of course, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) was one of many reasons […]

SKK Package

Since DDSKK’s official site is down for a week now, for those who needs installation file for SKK, I’ve created SKK package that can be used to install SKK. It has everything you need to install. This contains SKK package as well as some, but not all, dictionary files, as recent as two weeks ago. Here […]

My Random Emacs LISP Scripts

I’m not particularly, LISPer, but I do code some Emacs LISP for my convinience. Just to pick a few… Create Random Buffer is a script to create some random buffer. I’m actually wondering why something like this doesn’t exist as default. (well, there’s scratch buffer, but…) Useful for experimenting. Anti-Space Invader is a simple script to make […]

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