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Technology14 Apr 2009 01:54 pm

After getting a woeful 5K/s download speed while trying to get the patch I came upon a graciously provided Mac OSX WOW 3.1 Patch Mirror from Brian Dunaway. I downloaded the patch from his site a it installed no problem. As promised, I have mirrored that file here for your downloading pleasure.

Keep in mind this will only work until I use up all my bandwidth at my host. Enjoy and let me know if you have any issues.

WoW-3.0.9-to-3.1.0-enUS-OSX-patch.zip

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Technology11 Feb 2009 11:39 am

Hotmail has just activated POP3 access. This means that you can finally check hotmail directly on your iPhone. Below are the settings you need to use to set up a new POP3 email account on your iPhone.

POP server: pop3.live.com
POP3 Port: 995
POP3 SSL required? Yes
User name: Windows Live ID, for example me@hotmail.com email address
Password: The password you usually use to sign in to Hotmail or Windows Live
SMTP Server: smtp.live.com (Port 25)
Authentication required? Yes (your POP3 username and password)
TLS/SSL required? Yes

You can also use this Hotmail POP3 setup information in Gmail to import your hotmail messages into Gmail and use Gmail instead to manage your emails.

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Technology22 Dec 2008 09:21 am

Live Mesh is a cloud file syncing product / service from Microsoft. Live Mesh works with desktop applications on either your PC or Mac which monitor certain folders for changes and when file changes are detected it synchronizes those changes with the cloud. You can also set your clients to synchronize from the cloud which allows for one or two way syncing. They provide you a very generous 50G of storage which is 50X some of the synching services such as BOX.net or dropbox.

I had a TERRIBLE time getting anything to work from my Mac for the longest time. For some reason all the OS X friendly browsers (Safari, Firefox) I was trying got this endless loop upon Live Mesh Windows Live sign-in attempts. Then once I did get in the Limited Tech Preview for Live Mesh Mac Client was not available. I finally grabbed it and have been pretty impressed.

I had an initial issue getting logged in from the Mac Live Mesh application with some 100% Microsoft error number … thanks very helpful. I managed to get logged in by quitting the application and then restarting. Some people have also said to clean out your Safari cookies, which sounds just crazy enough ;) .

I am not sure if this is kosher but anyways here is the Live Mesh Developer’s Preview Mac Client dmg file for those who can’t seem to get a hold of it elsewhere. It is such a useful piece of software expecially for those like me who work on a PC and use a MAC at home to keep things up to date that I wanted to make sure as many people as possible use it so it continues.

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Technology21 Nov 2008 01:42 pm

Securely Remote Control your Ubuntu Box from Windows XP / Vista

Here is the complete procedure for setting up VNC over RSA Key protected SSH so you can remotely and securely connect to your Ubuntu PC from a Windows XP or Vista PC. It looks like a lot of steps but mostly because I have tried to explicitly document everything for those Ubuntu noobs like me!

Standard VNC is super unsecure / dangerous because your login credentials are sent over the wire unencrypted and it is a common target for hackers. SSH is a solution to the encryption problem but like VNC, it is a target for hackers as it is a commonly available door to your PC. Simple login / password authentication is too suseptable to a brute force automated attack. So, the solution I settled on was to protect my SSH through RSA Key Pair Authentication and protect my VNC by not making it publicly visible but accessible through SSH Port Forwarding.

Below are the steps I took to connect to my Ubuntu box from a remote Windows XP machine. The process actually goes very quickly and is pretty straight forward with not too much Linux magic };-). If you have any questions or issues post a comment and I will see if I can help.

1. Install SSH on your Ubuntu Box
Install openssh-server using Synaptic Package Manager

  • a) Select Synaptic Package Manager from the System Menu – Administration
  • b) Click on Search and type in “openssh-server”
  • c) Right Click on the openssh-server element and click install
  • d) Click on Apply in the upper button menu bar

Ubuntu documentation for SSH : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSHHowto

2. Enable VNC on your Ubuntu Box

  • a) System Menu –> Preferences –> Remote Desktop
  • b) Activate “Allow other users to view my desktop” and “Allow other users to control my desktop” and “Require the user enter this password”
  • c) Set the password to some secure and strong password. I like to make mine different from my Ubuntu or Windows user passwords.

Ubuntu documentation for VNC : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VNC

3. Setup your router to Forward the SSH Port

  • a) This varies depending on what router you have but it is usually under the Advanced Setup and then under Port Forwarding in the Web Interface
  • b) On your Ubuntu box type ifconfig in a terminal window. Write down your ip address (will probably be 192.168.x.x)
  • c) Forward Port 22 to the ip address from the previous step.
  • d) While here look for the “Status” link on your Router Web Interface and write down your router’s Public IP Address

4. Download PuTTy and PuTTYgen on your Windows XP / Vista Box

5. Create your RSA Public / Private Key Pair on your Windows XP / Vista Box

  • a) Open puttygen.exe
  • b) Optional: Change the number of bits from 1024 to 2048 for extra security
  • c) Click on the “Generate” button to generate your SSH-2 RSA key
  • d) Move your mouse all crazy like in the white box to produce some random data to seed your RSA key.
  • e) Under the key comment put something descriptive. I usually use a login-hostname so rich-workpc or similar
  • d) IMPORTANT! Type a passpharase and confirm passphrase. This protects your RSA SSH key and is necessary for security.
  • e) Click on the “Save Public Key” and “Save Private Key” and place the files somewhere “safe” that you remember.
  • f) Leave this window open!

6. SSH into your Ubuntu Box from your Windows Box Using PuTTy
NOTE: Our purpose here is to setup our SSH RSA Key Pair that we created in step 5

  • a) Open putty.exe
  • b) In the “Host Name (or IP address)” box enter the public IP address of your Ubuntu Box (see step 3d)
  • c) Click on Open
  • d) Login to your Ubuntu box from the PuTTY terminal just as you would if you were sitting infront of it
  • e) Type in: sudo su
  • f) Enter your root password
  • g) Type in: cd .ssh
  • h) Type in: touch touch authorized_keys2
  • i) Type in: chmod 600 authorized_keys2
  • j) Type in: pico authorized_keys2
  • k) In the puttygen window you left open in step 5f Copy all the text in the “Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized_keys file” onto your clipboard
  • l) In the putty window you now have the pico window open in: Click on the last line.
  • m) Paste the information from your clipboard into this window (Putty should allow you to paste the info from your windows clipboard into your open putty window and thus into yoru pico window)
  • n) Hit: Control-O to save the changed file
  • o) Hit: Control-X to quit pico
  • p) Type in: cd /etc/ssh/
  • q) Type in: pico ssh_config
  • r) Find the following line:
    PasswordAuthentication yes
  • s) Change to:
    PasswordAuthentication no
    UsePAM no
  • t) Hit: Control-O to save the changed file
  • u) Hit: Control-X to quit pico
  • v) Type in: sshd reload
  • x) Type in: exit

REFERENCES: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-30709.html
http://sial.org/howto/openssh/publickey-auth/

7. Setup PuTTy to use SSH RSA Key Pair Authentication and Port Forwarding for VNC

  • a) Open putty.exe
  • b) In the putty menu browser on the left, click the + next to SSH to open the menu and Click on “Tunnels”
  • c) Enter 5900 in the “Source Port” Field
  • d) Enter the ip address of your Ubuntu Box you found in step 3b in the “Destination Field”
  • e) Click on the “Add” button
  • f) In the putty menu browser on the left, Select the menu item Auth under the SSH menu
  • g) Under the “Private key file for authentication:” Header click on Browse and select your private SSH key file you created in Step 5e
  • h) In the putty menu browser on the left, Select Session
  • i) In the “Host Name (or IP address)” box enter the public IP address of your Ubuntu Box (see step 3d)
  • j) Type in a Description under the Saved Sessions Box like My Ubuntu Box
  • k) Click the “Save” Button
  • l) Click the “Open” Button to try out your settings!

NOTE: You should be prompted to: “Enter passphrase for key” when you connect. Enter the password you set in step 5d and you should be connected.
If you have any issues connecting recheck your settings, double check that the Ubuntu Box has your RSA public key added to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys2 as we set up in steps 6g-6o.

8. Setup the VNC viewer and VNC into your Ubuntu Machine!

  • a) Download and Install TightVNC: http://www.tightvnc.com/
  • b) Run TightVNC Viewer
  • c) Enter: 127.0.0.1 as the VNC Server and Click “Connect”
  • d) THAT’S IT! You should now be VNC’ed into your Ubuntu Box from your Windows XP/Vista PC and graphically be browsing your Ubuntu PC from afar!

NOTE: You MUST have your PuTTY session you saved in Step 7k running BEFORE you Connect to the VNC Viewer EVERY TIME because this creates your SSH Tunnel and allows the VNC connection.

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Technology20 Nov 2008 03:55 pm

I remembered seeing an iPhone stand built out of binder clips on Lifehacker and figured that would work out well at my desk at work. I did a quick search and found the original post at Clut of Mac but the details were sorely lacking. Since this isn’t rocket science it only took a minute or so to fabricate my own iPhone Binder Clip Stand and make a few “improvements” to the design.

Step 1: Procure 1 or 2 Medium Sized Binder Clips

Step 2: Bend one of the Wing Ends to make a J (Not a V now just a J to cradle your iPhone)

Bend One End Using A Desk?

Bend One End Using A Desk?


NOTE: I used the gap between two of my cube desk pieces to grab the end bit and then bent over the wing holding onto the base of the clip. No tools necessary!

Step 3: Enjoy Version 1.0 of Your iPhone Binder Clip Stand. Flip out the Bent Wing and Place it on the Desk with the Straight End Acting as the Vertical Support.

Bend up One End to Hold the iPhone

Bend up One End to Hold the iPhone

(OPTIONAL) I wanted to be able to have my iPhone in the stand vertically also but a single binder clip
didn’t provide enough support to hold up the iPhone vertically. So Binder Clip Stand 2.0

Step 4: Take the Second Binder Clip and Piggy Back it onto the First Stand.
Note: This is a bit tricky to explain but check out the picture for more information. The second clip should grab on the first clip and will end up being parallel to the desk. Setup the first one as if you have an iPhone on it and the from the back squeeze the second binder clip so it is wider than the first and go straight into the first until the front edge of the top of the clip is pushing the vertical iPhone support up a bit. You now have a double sized base and it will support your phone standing vertically.

Add Another Clip For Support

Add Another Clip For Support

Mod It (OPTIONAL)
I had an orphaned USB Thumb Drive cap in my desk drawer and it fit perfectly over top of the end of the binder clip to provide a large pad for the back of the phone and a bit more stability.

Finished iPhone Binder Clip With Flair

Finished iPhone Binder Clip With Flair

Be Creative! Look around and see if there is something you can re-purpose to make your iPhone Binder Clip Stand more functional or with more style and send me a link of your creation.

[UPDATE] Check out my flickr iPhone Binder Clip Stand set for lots of proper hi-res photos. I am updating the photos on this post as well as I have time.

IMAGE GALLERY
I apologize for the crappy image quality but I took it with my iPhone and well you know …

Check out and comment on my Instructable also.

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Technology12 Nov 2008 11:53 am

This tip is an easy way to delete emails from the iPhone mail application.

In the Inbox List View, swipe your finger left over the email summary/title. A delete button will appear on the right side of the email. Click delete and its gone!

This is an easier way to delete single emails as you are going through your in-box without reading them or clicking on the edit button selecting and then hitting delete. Plus it is oh-so iPhoney!

Thanks to my wife Steph for teaching me this one!

 

 

 

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Technology07 Nov 2008 04:27 pm

I recently had an issue getting godaddy outgoing email to work on my iPhone 3G. I set it up using the GoDaddy settings and my correct login and password but the phone would not sent outgoing email through SMTP.

I tried unsuccessfully:

Turning SSL on and off
Various SMTP Servers: smtpout.secureserver.net, smtpout.secureserver.net:80, smtpout.secureserver.net:3535 with no luck. I also tried the AT&T SMTP Server with no success.

What worked for me for sending outgoing email on my iPhone 3G:

Under the SMTP Settings Set the Primary Outgoing Mail Server to the Following SMTP Settings:

Host Name: smtpout.secureserver.net:465
User Name: youruser@yourdomain.com
Password: yourpassword
Use SSL: OFF
Authentication MD5: Challenge-Response
Server Port: 80

The real snake oil here is the :465 at the end of the smtpout.secureserver.net SMTP server host name. I am not sure why specifying the port here as 465 works and also setting the Server Port in the Settings to 80?

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Technology03 Oct 2008 01:38 pm

Synopsis: Don’t buy the Case Mate iPhone 3G case as it can seriously scratch the back of your iPhone.

The Full Story: My wife and I recently got iPhone 3G’s and are very excited about the phones. Not wanting to damage our shiny new expensive phones, we purchased two Case Mate Naked Cases for the iPhone 3G on the recommendation of Cali Lewis’s review of the Case Mate Naked Case for the first gen iPhone. We slipped or shiny new phones right into their naked cases in the Apple Store.

The phones come out of their cases each night when they sleep in our JVC dual iPhone dock (review to come later but it is awesome). Anyways we picked our phones up on August 26th (day our Verizon contract expired). In September I noticed a few scratches on the back of my phone. I was really confused as the phone lives in the case except at night when it is in the dock and I couldn’t figure out how it got scratched.

Cut to a few weeks later when I noticed the scratches were getting progressively worse. Then I checked out my wife’s phone and bingo hers has identical scratches! Since the back of the phone never touches the dock the only thing they have in common is the Case Mate Naked Case. Taking a closer look at the engineering of the case it looks as if the tab that locks the two pieces together scratches on the back of the phone as it is pulled apart or put back together. If you run your finger along the case it feels a bit scratchy and with the new plastic back of the phone the combination creates scratches on the iPhone 3G.

The first gen iPhone was aluminum so it would not have been easily scratched by a plastic tab of the Case Mate Naked Case. We are VERY VERY careful with our phones and I can see no way we could be causing this via mis-use. If this scratching is the result of normal use then that is even more unacceptable.

Final review: The Case Mate Naked Case is a DON’T BUY. It protects the phone very well but in the process scratches your phone every time you take it in and out. If you use a dock you have to pull the phone out of the case this may lead to scratching. For

Resolution: Sadly not good. I recently emailed Case Mate to let them know about this and try to get some resolution. My complete email exchange with them is below along with the pictures I sent. Anyways short story is they said too bad and shove it since I must have abused or misused the naked case.

There response was a caned quote out of their legal agreement and completely unacceptable. Once again a company chooses to give a customer the finger instead of trying to help them. What did I ask for? Either a replacement case if they felt ours was just defective since we were some of the first to get them (we pre-ordered) or exchange it with a different case/combination that would appropriate this. IE: a screen protector and leather case.

For nearly $40 + shipping and handling each I would think they would be a bit more willing to help out their customers. At least some attempt at a discourse and resolution would have been helpful but they instead chose to give me a caned response. They left me with no recourse but to write up my dissatisfaction on my blog and send my experiences into the blog’o-sphere for others to be warned not to buy the Case Mate Naked Case.

Update for Case #12982 – “Iphone 3g Naked Case – Scratching iPhone”

Dear Richard,

Unfortunately,Our guarantee does not cover product damages that may have result from normal wear and tear or misuse/abuse of the product. Case-mate will not be liable for any indirect, incidental, or punitive damages arising from the use of this product.
At Case-Mate, we pride ourselves in Customer Satisfaction Guarantee. You may return any item(s) purchased from this web site for any reason within the first thirty (30) days from the date of delivery. Any orders returned and received after 30 days from the delivery date are subject to exchange only.

Thank you

Misty
Customer Support

Click here to update the Case online, or reply to this e-mail

Message History
—–Original Message—–
From: Anonymous Customer
Sent: Friday , October 03, 2008 04:18 pm EDT (GMT-04:00)
Subject: Iphone 3g Naked Case – Scratching iPhone

Hello,

We have two Naked Cases (for my wife and my iPhone 3G’s). We love the
functionality of the case but have a major issue with them as they have
caused both of our iPhone’s to be scratched.

I have attached pictures of the scratching on my phone. I know it is
impossible to prove to you that I didn’t scratch it some how else but I hope
I can try as I think this is a design flaw that could cause issues. We
placed our phones in our Naked Cases at the Apple Store. The phones come out
of the cases every night and go into our dual docking station for the night.
Then in the morning both phones go back into the cases.

There is identical scratching on both my wife and my phones (both black mine
16G and hers 8G). I can only guess that the closure tab on the back side of
the cases causes the scratching when the case is removed/replaced or both.

I am really worried that this kind of scratching will lead to my iPhone
warranty being voided because again it looks like the phones have been slid
on the concrete.

We pre-ordered our cases and we were some of the first to get them (as they
didn’t even come with “real” packaging just a note from Case Mate saying
they wanted to ship as soon as possible and didn’t want to wait for the
fancy packaging to delay our order). I really like the integrated screen
protector and fairly slim profile of the case but the scratching is a HUGE
issue.

I am not sure the best way to remedy the situation. We do enjoy the cases
but not sure we can keep using them since they continue to gouge the back of
our phones. If you have found this to be a problem with a certain run of the
cases etc please let me know and we would be willing to swap for a new
version. Otherwise, I suppose we could try another case but none of the
others seem to have the full protection of the Naked Case.

Thanks,

Richard Sipe

UPDATE: If you are having this problem too, join in the conversation at Get Satisfaction

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Technology02 Oct 2008 03:51 pm

Here is a free Adobe Illustrator CS3 formatted SD Card vector illustration. Nothing special or fancy here but the file is something I drew real quickly for a project and I figured may be helpful for others to save a bit of time.

Enjoy.

Click to Download SD Card Illustrator Vector Illustration

Click to Download SD Card Illustrator Vector Illustration

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Technology23 Sep 2008 09:27 am

I was recently looking for an armband for my iPhone 3G. I found a few on Amazon.com that looked OK. With shipping they were priced from $15 to $30+. Since I wasn’t sure I really wanted one that was a bit more than I wanted to spend.

I then found eforcity.com through a google search and their iPhone 3G armband for the excellent price of FREE! Simply add the BLACK iPhone 3G Armband to your cart, then during checkout enter the code FREEIPHARM for a $9.99 discount. You only pay shipping and handling which for me was $5.99. Your price will vary on this depending on your location and the shipping calculator.

You, as I was, may be wary of this free price but I got my iPhone 3G Black Armband in the mail four days later and it was just as advertised. I haven’t noticed any weird charges on my credit card yet ;) but I will let you know. Enjoy your armband and happy exercising.

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