Archive › blog

Cisco Anyconnect VPN on Android (Motorola Droid and Droid2)

The Anyconnect VPN client is now working for Motorola Droid and Droid2 phones. It should also work on other Android phones, but I have not tested. Here’s how for the Motorolas: You’ll need to “root” the phone first. This is simply the process for allowing applications to have greater authority on the phone. In this […]

Comments ( 0 )

Passwords

Last weekend I went to a wedding in Chicago.  While I was waiting in a long line at the hotel with my six year old son, he noticed that there was a door with a digital keypad to get back behind the counter.  He asked me what the code was to get back there.  I […]

Comments ( 0 )

Test Android app

This is a test from the Android. WordPress app.

Comments ( 0 )

Interesting, the UAE doesn’t like us.

Paul Baverey found on his trip to the UAE that our little site was blocked! He was doing some research on WooThemes (where we are Affiliated WooWorkers) and found that pronetindy.com was unavailable. I’m not sure how to feel about that really. Maybe some things are meant to be. Read Paul’s story here: http://www.paulbav.co.uk/uaeblock/

Comments ( 2 )

VMware Physical to Virtual with CentOS 5

I recently converted a physical CentOS 5 server to a virtual machine on VMWare ESXi 4.0. After the process completed successfully, I was elated since I have several similar servers that must be converted. I was not looking forward to the prospect of reinstalling each server manually and moving data manually. However, my elation quickly […]

Comments ( 6 )

Cheap and easy Network Storage Device – D-Link DNS-321 Diskless System

The D-Link DNS-321 Network Storage Device is a great and CHEAP way to increase your backup storage.

Comments ( 0 )

Risk

I have believed for a while that quality of life depends directly on the amount of risk you are willing to take. Part of a person’s risk tolerance must be genetic, but a portion of it is certainly choice. I took very little risk in my life until my late 20’s. Even since then, I’ve […]

Comments ( 0 )

ATT 3gvs. Verizon 3g test results

In an unofficial 3G data test of dozens of points in the Northern Indianapolis area, Verizon consistently beats ATT in 3G download speed and trounces ATT in upload speed.  The test phones were an ATT  iPhone 3GS vs.  Verizon HTC Droid Eris and Verizon Motorola Droid.  Tests were run using the speedtest.net app for Android […]

Comments ( 0 )

Going Green by Starting up your computer remotely with WOL

Do you hate to shut down your computer because it takes to long to start it back up.  Or do you want to be able to remote desktop your computer when you are away?  Well each of these usually means you  leave your computer running constantly.  Well you might not have to do that anymore if you […]

Comments ( 0 )

Y’all ready for Black Friday?

Lemme help the techies out: There’s a Black Friday Facebook fan page to follow: http://www.facebook.com/blackfridaydeals Twitter: http://twitter.com/Blackfriday and/or http://twitter.com/cheaptweet TwitterFeed: http://cheaptweet.com/ If you have an iPhone or Android: there’s an App for that:… http://www.biggu.com/ ShopSavvy is your shopping assistant. Using the camera in your phone, you can scan the barcode of any product to find […]

Comments ( 0 )