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About Hembree

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  1. I want to set up a system that will respond to a text with an RSS feed. Basically the issue here is that, often I find myself in situations where I can't get access to a computer, but I'd still like to know what the Workout of the Day (WOD) is from http://crossfit.com They have a few feed options on the right. I was wanting to set something up that would allow me to view this via SMS. I know you can send texts to email addresses, and I tried setting this up in the past but was unsuccessful. I was thinking about having something [some kind of script?] strip the actual workout from the RSS feed and then have it send me a text with the WOD at my request. Maybe I could text the word "WOD" to wod@mywebsite.com and then the script set up over there would reply back with the WOD. Does this sound possible? Or does anyone have any suggestions for a better way to accomplish this? I have absolutely no idea how to do this with the resources I have. All I have is the internet, a small laptop, and webspace through a company called IXWebhosting. Hopefully there's some way I can accomplish this goal. Thanks.
  2. I don't think its a bad thing for the government to watch tom cruise movies. After all, they did make topgun into a real place after they saw the movie, and ive heard that the school is educational as well as instructional. People learn to fly airplanes there and stuff, similar to the movie. The government did an alright job of mimicry there. Even though it wasn't a tom cruise movie, I think they started flying airplanes and jets and planes and aircraft off of boats after they watched pearl harbor. Dang, that was a well thought out movie. Boring snoozer chick flick in the beginning, then soon as the chix fall to sleepzors all the crazy stuff happens and the dudzorz get all interested and what not. But aside from my degrading grammar and spelling in my previous statement, both movies inspired the government to do something good. Its nice to see them inventing 'Pre-Crime' machines like this. I hope they work. Everyone, sign this petition to make the government build a time machine! http://www.petitiononline.com/g0v3rnm3/petition.html
  3. http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=38451
  4. And hopefully better named with some descriptions... ^ Friendly advice
  5. Run it sandboxed using Sandboxie and see what it does. http://www.sandboxie.com
  6. The texts were usually asking military-related questions. There is a base in Oklahoma with the 405 area code. The squadron is based there, then there is a detachment of the squadron on this base in California. I figured out that it was someone working here, with a laptop and the air card he bought in Oklahoma, sending texts. He was pretty tricky about it until I revealed him. Thanks everyone for the help. Also, I apologize for my initial ignorance. Some of the times when we would text the suspicious number, our phone companies would say that it was a landline. Maybe this was when the aircard was offline. Also, we knew that phone calls would not go through. Thanks again.
  7. This guy is an idiot. He contacts me all the time asking me to participate in his pyramid schemes and comment on his blog and all his other bullshit included. Has anyone called the number? (800)-380-0012
  8. Just a little thing I found... Try going to about:memory and about:stats I thought those were interesting.
  9. I don't know if this is possible, but couldn't you just go to the targeted garage and hide nearby with an RF receiver? When the owner leaves, you collect the signal, then just keep it for later.
  10. I really hate bumping topics all the time, but I can't seem to make progress on this. I need some fresh eyes/minds. I think and write and think and code, and i backtrack in my progress. Ahh! This is driving me crazy.
  11. What's so important on the school computers that's worth this kind of risk to you anyway? Also, Intent is important. Further Information/Source: http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=37282
  12. What a great solution! Thank you. (Thread closed)
  13. 7zip, winrar, and i believe also peazip all have the self extraction feature included. I would do this, and have tried it in the past, but on larger items they end up corrupt. I can't figure out why, because when I FTP them to my server they work fine, then when downloading them to another computer or my own computer again they don't work. Errors pile up on extraction. This happens in zip, rar, and self extracting exe. I would be willing to create the script that would download each one individually. I don't know where to start, but I am searching. Thanks again.
  14. I have some webspace, and I want to put up a directory of files on there. I don't want to rar or zip them at all. I just want to keep the directory tree structure intact and all of the files on the server. Are there any scripts or maybe some PHP that will allow someone to download all the files in a specified directory? I want to be able to give a link to a family member that they can click on, and it will download all the files in the directory. I guess it would somewhat resemble a download-manager. Is there any such thing? How can I accomplish this? Maybe be pointed in the right direction and I'll craft one myself? Thank you.
  15. Well, it was coming from a military base so I wasn't sure if they had some kind of system set up that I didn't know about or what. And you can't call it, I have tried that already. I figured out that it's a wireless air card. I used to have one with verizon and I could text through it.