Pepper Announces New Pepper Pad Plus™

Pepper Computer, Inc., today announced the Pepper Pad Plus, an enhanced version of its Pepper Pad handheld media computer. New hardware features include: a new battery with more than 60 percent greater capacity; Wi-Fi 802.11g; a 30-gigabyte hard disk; and Bluetooth 2.0. read more | digg story

Pepper Computer Announces Strategic Licensing Agreement With HANBiT

LEXINGTON, MA, January 3, 2006 – Pepper Computer, Inc., announced today that it has licensed its software and its hardware designs to HANBiT Electronics Co., Ltd. of Suwon, South Korea, enabling HANBiT to produce the award-winning Pepper Pad handheld media computer. read more | digg story

The Pepper Pad™ Is Named CES Innovations 2006 Honoree

The Pepper Pad, a lightweight portable Internet media Pad running Linux, has been named a CES Innovations 2006 Honoree. The device provides a Web browser, e-mail client, IM client, music/video playback, and TV/stereo remote control. read more | digg story

Verizon just left…

We had some analog lines down at work and Verizon just left. In case any geeks are wondering, ANAC for the area is 200-5555. 😉

So the combination is 827ccb0eea8a706c4c34a16891f84e7b?

So the combination is 827ccb0eea8a706c4c34a16891f84e7b. (lifts mask) That’s the stupidest combination I’ve ever heard in my life. That’s the kinda thing an idiot would have on his luggage. As reported by /. an online MD5 hash database has recently opened up. Just paste in any hash and, if the password is in the database, it’ll […]

Free Mac mini!

Holy crap. It actually showed up! It’s so sexy I actually kissed the box as I was walking out of work this evening. Now I get to have fun tracking who my seeded personal information gets sold to.

Free Mac mini?

It looks like I’ll be getting my free Mac mini pretty soon. I fulfilled my referrer obligations about a week ago and placed my order. My order status page now has the update Sent to Vendor, Waiting on Product. w00t!

Mixed results from Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger on older G4s

I’ve been plugging away on a Power Macintosh G4 dual 1.25 GHz MDD with 2 GB RAM for the past few years now. Overall she’s been a more than adequate workhorse running all previous versions of Mac OS X with no issues whatsoever. When Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger was released I was enamored by […]

A fistful of Friday quickies…

Last weekend we spent all day in the woods up in Vermont doing recce for Trunkmonkey Run for the Border, Trunkmonkey Racing’s second New England Region brisk TSD road rally event. I finally got around to putting together Pepper Hacks, a knowledgebase for hacking Pepper Computer’s Pepper Pad. Speaking of which, the Pepper Pad is […]

Barracuda Spam Firewall

Description ( The Barracuda Spam Firewall is an integrated hardware and software solution for complete protection of your e-mail server. It provides a powerful, easy to use, and affordable solution to eliminate spam and viruses from your organization. Synopsis: Under normal circumstances, the Barracuda Spam Firewall only relays traffic for domains it is configured for. […]