Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Wesolych Swiat!

Send your own ElfYourself eCards

Saturday, March 18, 2006


Jakos tak sie porobilo, ze w robocie ostatnio zaczely padac dyski w komputerach. Nie jakos sporadycznie ale tak 1-2 na tydzien. Co ciekawe w zupelnie nowych kompach. Wychodzi na to, ze firma Hitachi raczej nigdy nie zadogsci "pod maska" mojego domowego sprzętu - bo wlasnie takie dyski "strzelaja" ostatnio bardziej niz czesto. Zastanawialem, sie czy moze dalo by sie samemu poszukac jakiegos softu do data recovery i prosze. Tytulowy PhotoRec (link) zachwalany jest nastepujaco:
PhotoRec is file data recovery software designed to recover lost pictures or lost files from digital camera memory (CompactFlash, Memory Stick, SecureDigital, SmartMedia, Microdrive, MMC, USB Memory Drives...), even Hard Disks and CDRom.
PhotoRec is safe to use, it will never attempt to write to the drive or memory support you are about to recover from. Recovered files are instead written in the directory from where you are running the PhotoRec program.
No bardzo ciekawe. Jak tylko bede mial okazje to przetestuje.


Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Inspector Gadget

Gadżęty... Jak bym mogl to pewnie wydal bym na nie duuuuzo. Time Magazine on-line (link) proponuje (przewiduje...) co będzie trendy, jazzy a moze i flashy w 2006 :). Milego ogladania....

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Inbox Zero

Na 43Folders mozna natknąć się na bardzo ciekawą serię artykułów pt. Inbox Zero. Wyglada to troche niezbyt realnie ale moze warto sie wczytac:
Clearly, the problem of email overload is taking a toll on all our time, productivity, and sanity, mainly because most of us lack a cohesive system for processing our messages and converting them into appropriate actions as quickly as possible.
Poczytamy zobaczymy - moze wreszcie sie uda jakos w robocie skrzynke opanowac...

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Desktop Earth 2.0

Udalo mi sie napotkac na bardzo ciekawy... generator tapety na pulpit. Ostatnio nawet zastanawialem sie jak i skad mozna by cos takiego dorwać. A tu prosze.
Desktop Earth is a wallpaper generator for Windows. It runs whenever you're logged on and updates your wallpaper with an accurate representation of the Earth as it would be seen from space at that precise moment.
Więcej info tu: http://codefromthe70s.org/desktopearth_dl.asp

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Simple ways to make yourself far cleverer

Wlasnie dokopalem sie do ciekawego artykuliku. Generalnie takie tam "tickle-your-brain" ale ciekawe do poczytania. Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/story/0,,1723801,00.html

Sunday, February 26, 2006

O, sheety problemos!

Lakier wytrzyma, ale czy wytrzyma wlasciciel? Samochodzik napotkany niedaleko domq.


"Uncle Fester" is the nom de plume used by Steve Preisler to write his books. He gained underground fame after publishing his first book "Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture" in the early 1980s. He says that he got the nickname "Uncle Fester" from his college years, since he was very well known for making explosives, and blowing things up, like the character in The Addams Family.

Steve Preisler is an industrial chemist working in an electroplating factory. In his spare time, he writes books. Preisler graduated in 1981 from Marquette with a Chemistry & Biology degree. Two years later, he was arrested for methamphetamine possession and was sentenced to probation. He was arrested again in 1984 for methamphetamine charges, and put in the Waupun Correctional Institution. He says that the arrest was over a few grams of methamphetamine, but the DEA brought back credit card information saying that he had been buying large quantities of ephedrine, which is a precursor for methamphetamine.

Outraged, Fester borrowed a typewriter from a fellow inmate, and began writing the manuscript for Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture. Loompanics Unlimited published the book, and it was an instant success. Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture is now in its Seventh edition. Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture is now one of Loompanics' best sellers, ranking No. 3. Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture has information on how to produce crystal methamphetamine through over six different methods. It also has data on how to synthesize MDMA or MDA, and how to synthesize Methcathinone by oxidating ephedrine. It also contains syntheses for precursor materials such as phenylacetone, ephedrine, methylamine, and alkyl nitrites. Previous editions of Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture have had some criticism, see for example Eleusis Vs. Fester.

Uncle Fester has since written six more books, Home Workshop Explosives, in which Fester goes into detail of how the underground chemist can easily manufacture his own explosives. One of the most interesting explosives he covers is nitroglycerin. He describes what he calls "Hardware Store Nitro," which is a simple route to manufacturing a good quantity of nitroglycerin in one's own kitchen. Also included in the book are syntheses for RDX, Ammonium nitrate, Acetone peroxide blasting caps, Nitroglycol, Nitromannitol, and PETN. Not only does he offer the syntheses for the explosives, but also has information on how to purify glycerin, how to synthesize Nitric acid with minimal equipment, and how to make a Fuel-air explosive (commonly known as an FAE). One reviewer of Home Workshop Explosives (David Harber, author of Guerrilla's Arsenal) notes that although the chemistry is solid, the chapter on Detonation Systems "borders on insanity."

One of his most deadly books is Silent Death, which describes routes for manufacturing nerve gases (such as tabun and sarin gas), botulinum (botulin toxin), ricin, phosgene, arsine, and other poisons.

Vest Busters is Fester's smallest book. It goes over easy methods for creating Teflon coated bullets, and other vest penetrating ammunition.

Practical LSD Manufacture is one of Fester's more famous books. It deals with how one could manufacture a large quantity of LSD. This book is not filled up with most of the hard-to-understand information on LSD syntheses that is currently available. The book has production information for the drug TMA-2, and plenty of information about how to isolate lysergic acid from morning glory seeds, and other plant material. This work is not without its criticisms: the use of more outdated syntheses from the 1950's and 1960's, lacking the synthesis using POCl3 as a dehydrating reagent in the condensation between diethylamine and lysergic acid; the speculation about "Method X" is erroneous, as propionic anhydride is used in the synthesis of fentanyl analogues; and there is some confusion over stereoisomers by Fester.

A more advanced 'add-on' for Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture is his book Advanced Techniquess of Clandestine Psychedelic & Amphetamine Manufacture. The main focus of the book is to provide a more advanced method of synthesizing methamphetamine using what is called "The Fester Formula," which describes how to manufacture methamphetamine through an electric synthesis. The book also covers many alternative methods for manufacturing phenylacetone and methylamine. One chapter of the book, "A Convenient Tabletop MDA Synthesis" describes an alternative method for synthesizing MDA in a small area such as a dorm room.

His newest book, Bloody Brazilian Knife Fightin' Techniques covers methods for common fighting techniques from Brazil.