Ever want to browse from someone else’s computer – maybe at a business – and not have your browsing recorded?
Stick this little app on a USB stick and pop it into whatever computer you are using for a secure, mostly anonymous*, browsing session
TorPark: Anonymous browsing on a USB drive – Download Squad
* I say “mostly anonymous” because if someone tries hard enough, there is usually a way to trace things. Of course, they would have to have access to potentially all computers using the Tor service and all records of the ISP’s that serve these users. So, before you get scared at “mostly anonymous”, it would take a large task force and lots of luck to trace your browsing
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Our friends over at make have an article that references an article that references….
Anyways, it looks like a cool idea.
While poking around looking at some photography stuff, I found a nice way to make your own steadicam at http://www.jasonbradbury.com/jason_bradbury/2005/11/diy_steadicam_c.html
It’s pretty nice since it uses a monopod and tripod that are fairly easy to find, and the whole thing saves you bundles from getting a “real” steadicam.
“A 35-year-old tractor operator, Igor Namyatov, has undergone surgery to be relieved of what had initially been diagnosed as a tumor, but turned out to be the embryo of his unborn twin brother…”
(description taken from article)
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Just a little test sending a pic from my camera phone