Category: hacks

A simple iPhone question...

hacks, wtf?, secrecy
Like anyone who cares about security, I've set a passcode lock on my iPhone. However, it's a severe pain in the ass to have to type it in all the time (say, when I'm on a plane reading and want to regularly consult they dictionary ([Wordbook](http://it… more »

Connect to iPhone without network?

system, hacks
I've found myself telling a few people how to either sync applications on the iPhone or SSH into your iPhone without an existing WiFi network. I have two things that I regularly need to do and often they happen when I'm not near a wifi network (and I… more »

Trapcall: Defeat ID Blockage or Easiest Wiretap Ever?

hacks, chilling effects
(cross-posted at Localoaf) Trapcall can unmask callers who have blocked caller ID. From Wired?s Kevin Poulsen: The service, called TrapCall, is offered by New Jersey?s TelTech systems, the company behind the controversial SpoofCard Caller ID s… more »

A Simple Transform for NetNewsWire OPML

blogging, hacks, open source
I've got the blogroll back (see the right panel). Most of the solutions out there -- [like][1] [these][2] -- for transforming from OPML to HTML assume that I have a "flat" OPML file or that I want a bunch of bells and whistles (my blogroll needs no j… more »

b2evolution Markdown Plugin v0.3

blogging, hacks, open source, development
I've updated my [b2evolution] plugin for [Markdown] to use [PHP-Markdown] 1.0.1m. Get it here: The other big change is that the instructions now make sense for a more modern version of b2evolution (like the [stable 2.4.6 release]). `SHA1(b2evo… more »
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