Design Patterns by the gang of four.
Beat me to it! I second this...
I have a WRT54 running the original linksys software. I know you guys will say to push DDWRT onto it. In any case, how can i tell if my router's been compromised? It has been flakey lately but I figured that was just signal interference.
Also running original firmware, with a newer Linksys. Short of doing the most reasonable thing and swapping out my firmware for third party, I'm thinking of upgrading to the latest manufacturers firmware and then treating the router's IP as an untrusted site in my browser, adding an exception only when I need to make a change. Perhaps this would thwart? Also not using the default IP, didn't see it mentioned if that would matter...
foobar2000 is a freeware audio player for Windows developed by Peter Pawlowski, a former freelance contractor for Nullsoft. It is known for its highly modular design, breadth of features, and extensive user flexibility in configuration. For example, the user-interface is completely customizable. Its extensive SDK allows third-party developers enough power to completely replace the interface. foobar2000 supports a large number of audio file formats, has many features for organising metadata, files, and folders, and has a converter interface for use with command line encoders. To maximize audio fidelity in cases where resampling or downscaling in bit depth is required, it provides noise shaping and dithering. There are a number of official and third-party components which add many additional features. The core is closed source, whereas the SDK is licensed under the BSD license.
I don't know....I have a Model M.
Mod parent up. The Model M is an exceptional keyboard - arguably it could be used to deflect bullets, or possibly serve equally as well as a riot shield: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model_M_keyboard
The model M keyboard has a Ps/2 connector. Sounds like your referring to the earlier PC/AT keyboard which had the 5-pin DIN connector.
Some of the early Model M keyboards did come with an AT connector according to this feature list: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model_M_keyboard#Features_by_part_number
But... how can you possibly get along without the "Windows key"????
I get along fine without a 'Windows Key', but if the 'Windows Key' is a must, there are these available from Unicomp: http://pckeyboards.stores.yahoo.net/customizer.html
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