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  1. Depending on the tuner card, you can also use windows media encoder and create a stream that way, they have quite a few quality options, and work with quite a few video input cards. I have used this for broadcasting live events and it works pretty well, but you are confined to windows media player on pc or mac.
  2. Depending on the laptop things like batteries, battery chargers, extra cables, etc will nickel and dime you if you try to buy just a laptop and not kit, this can be a problem with ebay.
  3. Asterlink has gotten better, in the evenings a signifigant number of my calls wouldn't connect, now almost all of them go through.
  4. Check schools, municipal institutions for sales sometimes they dump a glut of labtops/pcs at the end of the year.
  5. I noticed some payphones in the area that were missing all the instruction cards were gone and the return lever was up, didn't have a chance to investigate, but it looks like they were being taken out of service, maybe queued for removal.
  6. Try switching to port 5901, and having the port forwarded to 5901, but the user have to add that to the url (theurl.com:5901), and then you can iterate up for each machine you need via port forwarding. I recommend if possible having the users vpn into the network if you have that available and then connect to the proper local address Much more secure, becuase basic real vnc is NOT ENCRYPTED, and you will give any intruder the next best thing to local access, and sniffable passwords, If the user leaves there machine logged in then windows login is out of the equation, you may already have known this, but its just a warning, for cheap vpn try looking into hamachi (I have not tried this setup, but I would if I didn't have vpn solution on my network), or look into a gateway appliance for the company, but it is up to the client "how high do they want the wall".
  7. Thanks Strom that did the trick, and the photos made it way too easy. It's going to be excellent for wake up calls, with asterisk.
  8. I obtained a Western Electric 500DM rotary phone and I am using it with my iaxy, everything works fine, excecpt for ringing. I hear the ringer moving but it doesn't quite ring (If that makes sense). Does any one know a fix/hack for this?
  9. Get a safari account through oreilly: http://safari.oreilly.com/
  10. Using windows command line, I can not for the life of me remeber how to get a exectuable file to be mapped to a single command that is callable from any directory. Ex: ftp maps to C:\windows\System32\ftp.exe If someone has an answer this would make my day.
  11. I wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANAC
  12. http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?act=boardrules
  13. I took a breif look at the code, I don't believe gmail uses port 25 it is 465 (just a thought). Edit: I didn't see raZer's post; Many services will block access to external smtp servers via port 25 such as earthlink and a handful of others.
  14. Woohoo I just got my tix. Props to all the Binrev presenters, looking forward to seeing some of those presentations. Viva Notacon
  15. MD5 is a one way cryptographic algorithm (Generally you can't find the inital value input into the algorithm), you can find values that produce the same hash result as the original value (a collision) for all intensive purposes this can produce the desired result. MD5 is now considered breakable, but this does not mean its practical, especially if the hash your are trying to produce a collision with is salted.