Btw this actually works, I believe it installs a driver that Windows loads to let it intercept HTTP traffic, but it will mosaic anything it considers 'porn' as long as it travels on HTTP, so it even hit some of my friends' cropped porn Steam avatars, iTunes album artwork, and the textures on online games. Pretty neat.
Just about the only thing in the known universe that will convert real media files into a more sane format.
I keep trying to tell people that transmission-qt is the master race (if only for windows), but they don't believe me.
CWGet takes audio and pulls morse code from it
Soundcoder turns data into audio
Balaboka reads text for you
Virtual Dub has a suite of nice filters for cleaning up video
wirelesskeyview pulls wifi passwords stored on your pc
Hey does that do what I think it does? Does it convert joystick motion into keypresses? Can I use it to bind the buttons on my xbox 360 controller and the analog sticks to useful functions LIKE THEY SHOULD BE ABLE TO BE BOUND BY DEFAULT COME ON WINDOWS its your own fucking in-house joysticks and you can't do shit with them exscept play games, I want to use it as a goddamn remote when i'm lying in the bed, come on...
oh god, this reminds me of some bullshit audo files some guy I know listens to.
He claims listening to some of the tracks (40+ minutes of static, similar to merzbow only even shittier) gets him high. Like there is one for cocaine, weed, adderall, etc etc.
>mfw he told me he listened to the heroin one and felt high and know says he knows what being on heroin feels like
>mfw no reaction pic in my folder was suitable
Man, people used to be so gullible. I wish I could sell crapware like iDoser today.
Its probably one of the better spyware-for-parents programs out there, it even comes with a cute owl to keep an eye on your kids. One of the things it does that is kind of interesting, is the blocked site message says "You are blocked from going here because somebody loves you" also it can intercept IM traffic from yahoo/msn etc and if it catches keywords like "phone number" or "sex" or whatever, it blocks and removes the contact from their list or replaces them with asterisks if its an outgoing message etc, to keep your kids from giving away your phone number and address or their names
>not using Transmission Remote GUI
inpu is the software used by the popular soviet (and russian) Soyuz spacecraft (http://youtu.be/LTflOstC1Ec?t=4m46s). This is the training version for cosmonauts but essentially the same software. This version is from 2002, but newer versions most likely exist and yes, it's also featured in Gravity.
>How to get it running
unzip the file and run inpu.exe in dosbox
does this do what I think it does?
could I say have my linux nas running transmission and then I use the remote gui on a windows box to add torrents and designate download locations?