Aditya Shevade
Presentation time!

Browser Point: Make HTML Presentations with Jekyll and Hyde

Often times a lot of websites require certain form of presentation to demonstrate a product or to simply get their point across. Previously, such websites have been using Flash or embedded videos for…

Have you checked out the new Nmap yet?

What’s New in Nmap 6

Nmap is Hollywood’s most famous “hacking” tool that has featured on numerous blockbusters. It was originally written to find hosts in a network thus creating a map of the network. Nmap does this…

Keep things synchronised

Keep Your Data Synchronised Across Desktops and Online Services with GNOME Conduit

GNOME Conduit, a synchronisation tool for the GNOME desktop, enables users to synchronise email, files, bookmarks, photos, contacts, and personal information, with another computer, Web-based service or an electronic device. This article provides…

The Ultimate Organiser for the Console Junkie

Introducing Calcurse, a text-based organiser that can work as your personal assistant

Talk about a slideshow

S5: A Simple Web-based Presentation System

S5 is a slideshow system for browsers that lets you run presentations like those in MS PowerPoint or OpenOffice.org Impress without a dedicated application — you just need a Javascript-capable browser, and you’re…

My Own Streaming Radio, Thanks to Icecast

Looking for a way to stream your music over the home network? MPD (Music Player Daemon) with the Icecast server could be a viable option.

Metalinks for Download, Anyone?

Still stuck to HTTP/FTP downloads or have you moved to torrents instead? What if I say you can have the best of both worlds?

It’s So Easy to See Your Network Activity, hah!

Just because you’re using a WEP key on your wireless access point doesn’t mean you’re safe from crackers in the neighbourhood.

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