Archive for April 2011
option vlan0 “0 1 2 3 4 5*” Now, I was stumped as to which number corresponds to which port, found the information on DDWRT’s website  0 = WAN / Internet
1 = Port 1 (nearest to WAN)
2 = Port 2
3 = Port 3
4 = Port 4
5 = CPU Internal
5* = CPU Internal default It is worth reading up on the details of what 5 and 5* ports mean, on the original website:  http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/VLAN_Bridging_WAN_and_a_LAN_port
Build an app that informs people before they reach landmark tweet count, such as 10,000, or 50k or a palindrome number or a number set by user.
Title says it all. The voicenote is a long wound rant about the simple title :)
Was nearly chased by a pack of dogs, challenged them, they retreated. Main sabse bada kutta hoon :-P
I can’t stop laughing at this pathetic and annoying message. This was the first time I was directed to this site, probably will be the last time. Right click doesn’t work either.It’s like asking someone to visit your gallery and putting them in straitjacket before you let them in, because, who knows, one of these millions of visitors could be a thief! If you are so paranoid of theft, DON’T PUBLISH! *sigh* Photograph by “Wet Napkin” on Flickr, used in accordance with Creative Commons License for non-commercial use, click on photograph for original.
Inspired by railway engines.Preliminary idea, not polished. Build a fully electric motorcycle, put in two batteries, one large, other small. Also add a generator and a diesel or petrol engine to drive it. Run the bike off battery, when battery is low, use secondary battery to fire up engine and charge battery + run bike from the electricity produced. Also look into sterling engine: previously deemed impractical for vehicles since torque can’t be controlled easily. If it keeps generating electricity, it can be used as needed to drive motors. Bike becomes fly-by-wire, less cables. No clutch. Also since bike runs the engine to produce electricity, it can be controlled to produce optimum amount according to load via auto throttling and even better via fuel injection instead of wasting fuel running it full speed.