Thunderbird has a max size per folder: Errors saying cannot copy to sent folder today

Aug 16th, 2013 | By

So it appears that if you are like me and save 100% of your emails that thunderbird will eventually shit a brick and tell you enough is enouhg.. From what I’ve read that limit is 4GB per folder, or in my case 14236 emails in the sent folder.  A fine example of why it might
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Sample CISPA Blackout Page HTML to save you the time

Apr 20th, 2013 | By

Just incase you are planning on blacking out your site(s) on April 22nd, 2013 I’ve made a sample CISPA page which I think is pretty decent.  All you have to do is save it as index.html and put it in your domains root folder/directory.  Obviously you’ll want to back up your existing index.html file first.
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The best windows archiver between WinRar and 7zip

Apr 19th, 2013 | By

Alright so I was looking at Archivers today as I just wanted to make sure that Winrar, my goto archiver was the best one I should be using.  I read a lot of reviews and found most people saying that 7zip can compress things smaller without taking a lot longer to do it.  So I
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List of all of the vmware keyboard shortcuts

Sep 5th, 2012 | By

  F11 switches to full-screen mode and back to normal mode Ctrl-Alt-Insert sends a Ctrl-Alt-Delete to the VMware Guest OS Ctrl-Alt is also used for – exiting full screen mode Ctrl-Alt-Enter Expands the current VM into full-screen. If you have a number of VMs, this sequence will also move you between virtual machines Ctrl-Alt-Tab switch
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AMD Trinity A10 4600M APU

May 8th, 2012 | By

Well in the light of the release of the first AMD Trinity 4600-M laptop over there in Korea for the low cost of 950,000 Won or so I felt it appropriate to do an entire post about AMD’s A10 4600M series APU.    While there will be the A10 5800k which you can read about
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First AMD Trinity APU laptop on sale at a great price

May 8th, 2012 | By

Gmarket has details on the first AMD Trinity laptop to go on sale, 7 days before teh official release date of the 15th of May.  The price on the page is around 950,000 Won which is roughly 500 Euro’s or so. This laptop has 8GB of Ram on it a 1TB drive and with a clock
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The Accelerated Processing Unit (It is the future you know?)

May 4th, 2012 | By

While you may be thinking that you know all there is to know about the Accelerated Processing Unit or APU, as made famous by AMD, I’m here to tell you that perhaps there’s just a few tidbits that you don’t know just yet.  While it is easy to think that the Accelerated Processing Unit is
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Improving Wireless stability and connectivity in Debian Squeeze with Atheros AR9287

May 4th, 2012 | By

Well ever since moving to my new apartment here the landlords wifi has just been atrocious.  I mean I lived down in Colombia, I’ve piggy-backed off wifi signals in Croatia, i’ve backpacked around the world jerry rigging blackberries as tethers in developing countries in the middle of no where and this wifi here is BY
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AMD’s A10 5800k – Let’s take a look at this hot Trinity APU

May 3rd, 2012 | By

So let’s take a look at this hot new AMD Trinity APU who’s release date is looking to be set for May the 15th.  The A10 5800k is the high end of the Trinity APU’s aimed at the desktop market.  While AMD might not be putting up such a huge fight to compete with the
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What is an APU?

May 3rd, 2012 | By

Well if you haven’t figured it out by now, May is the Month of the APU, also known as the accelerated processing unit.  AMD’s APUs to be more exact and if you want to get even more precise than that we are talking about the Piledriver core also known as the Trinity chip.  AMD’s Trinity
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