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Eternal gratitude to anyone who can find me a copy of this film.
So what IS the anonabox? The anonabox is a networking device that provides anonymous Internet access and encryption, and helps to bypass censorship in places where access to the Internet is limited. Reliable Anonymity The anonabox has been developed and refined for the sole purpose of running the open source software Tor, considered the...Read more →
Need to enter a special character into a Google Doc? Sure you can select the Insert menu then Special Characters, but then you’ve got to browse through thousands of characters to find the one you’re looking for. But, did you know you can draw the character you’re looking for and that Google will supply you with a short list of possible matches to select from? (Click image for demo or get more info from Google support.)
October 10, 2009, Lincoln, NE
It’s not an Evernote replacement but for simple notes to remind me what to talk about in a presentation, it’s pretty sweet.