Trixbox Bought by Fonality, Where did the Knowledgebase go?

As any of you that have been following links to: lately may have realised. The entire Trixbox knowledge base and all of it’s rather important and helpful articles have disappeared. Furthermore, the whole thing has been rebranded to the Fonality Knowledgebase. Typically I wouldn’t complain, but it seems as if it’s been down for […]

Hard Refresh a Page in Firefox on a Mac (Ctrl+F5)

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If you’re reading this chances are you’ve probably already learned that Ctrl + F5 in Firefox  on Mac OSX opens the screen reader. Typically in most browsers Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer etcetera, Ctrl + F5 hard refreshes the page. Meaning that the browser does not read any of the information on the page from cache, […]

How to Tether an eee PC to an iPhone

Before I begin let me give you a disclaimer: TETHERING YOUR IPHONE TO A COMPUTER IS AGAINST THE ATT TERMS OF SERVICE DO NOT DO IT JAILBREAKING YOUR IPHONE WILL END YOUR IPHONE’S WARRANTY DO NOT DO IT Before we get started let me explain some of the risks. Jail-breaking your iPhone can be dangerous, […]

eee PC 1000 Product Review and Windows XP Installation Guide

I recently bought an eee PC 1000 the other day. So far I have to say I’m absolutely in love with it.  It’s a fantastic product. Firstly I’d like to thank the community for providing a wonderful place to share information. If it wasn’t for this wonderful resource I probably never would have managed […]

How to Wipe a Hard Drive before Donation. Zerowrite, Low-Level Format.

Acer X193W Product Review

I just picked up this new monitor during Newegg’s Black Friday Presale. Beware, there are two version of this monitor, the X193W and the X193W+DB. But as part of Black Friday it was only 99.99, shipped. It was an offer I couldn’t refuse.  The monitor is pretty nice, the colour’s are rich, and I’m […]

When does a T1 make sense?

Should I get a T1? Should I get rid of my T1? There are a lot of common misconceptions about T1s. The biggest one being that they are fast, they’re not. However a T1connection is more than just a antiquated form of broadband. There is a lot a T1 can do you for and your […]

Thunderbird keeps asking for Gmail IMAP password.

I installed Thunderbird for a client today after his copy of Outlook Express kept giving him grief with his Gmail IMAP. I’ve always been very happy with Thunderbird, as far as a light mail client goes, it covers most of the bases. I noticed a peculiar error today whereas it would prompt for a password […]