Showing posts from 2005

MetaGeek's Wi-Spy 2.4 GHz

Long time no post.....

Oh well... Here's something interesting for those having problems with 2.4ghz devices.

MetaGeek Wi-Spy

For 99$ US sounds like a pretty good deal!

AJAX and Web-Based Office....

Great article... with a bunch of pretty good links.


Fun with Network Printers....

Another Cool Recover Article And Utility

This is a great little article on how to recover files that you just removed from your system.

Freeware restoring tool available here.

Does your neighbour have an open wireless network?

14 percent of wireless network owners have accessed their neighbor's connection.

So.. if your in an apartment complex and someone has a wireless network open and intruding into your apartment... is it fair game? Is it up to the owner of the network to keep the wireless from leaving their apartment?

It is up to the owner of the wireless network to keep their network secure.

Umm.. I guess if your stupid enough to sit out front of someones house... You should be charged with wireless trespassing.

Mountain Dew + Caffeine = Canadian Dream

I looks like the dream has been answered.
Yet 'Nother Clicky

Links Of The Day

USB Tools

Tools that fit on a USB drive.

Which OS are You?

Hmm.. Yah.. Uhmm.. Well.. Just take a look!

Which OS are You?

Alberta and Keystroke Logging

Keylogging is bad according to Alberta's information and privacy commissioner.

LED Ethernet Hack

Nice Hack.

More available from Hack A Day.

Avionic's 802.11b and Cell Phone

Here is a great article on the background of Avionics 802.11b and Cell Phone systems.

It's been a long hard fight to get this technology into the commercial passenger flights. It looks like there is finally some testing going on.

BF2 Demo Available.

Finally, some good FPS action.

BF2 Demo has been released HERE.

Available for download here and here (ftp) as well.

This is so far exclusive to Game Spot, but I'm sure in a couple of days FilePlanet will be able to host it.


Attention loyal FilePlanet users, this is a public service announcement for many of you wondering why we have not hosted the Battlefield 2 Demo. EA Games has contacted us and asked us not to host it for a duration for time, and in respecting their wishes we haven't host it. We understand that many of you are having difficulties getting the Demo, and we sorry that we cannot help you at this time. The best place to look currently would be EA's website.
-- FilePlanet Team

BF2 Has Gone Gold!

I've been waiting for this for a while.

Article on

Hopefully this new chapter in the BF Series is reminiscent of the old BF1942 gaming, and not the BF:V lag.

IP Address Lookup and Your Website

Couple of cool links.


- Example -

Click for an example.