A history. Some time ago i was looking for a generator of OSPF Hello packets for bombing «test bed». After twidding with packEth (i was catching/forming/checking packets, it was lazy and sleepy, hung occasionally) i left this idea — took two cisco routers and set a … Continue readingUsing Scapy for… fun :-)
Background voice: «on most weapons — text in Ukrainian»… Well… For those who can not distinguish — this is a lie. Usual russian mass-lie. And… Do you know, what is shocking thing here? That there are people, who talks about a «single common nation» and «single common … Continue readingUkrainian weapons in Georgia?..
Well, if someone (*if*) would like what i’m thinking about the current oil painted picture with Georgia and Russia — i would say that Russia is an aggressor in this situation. Definitely. If CNN lauched another «quickvote» — if Russia would 100% sure that it would win … Continue readingGeorgia an Russia
This post is about Maksim S. Berezovsky — unique Ukrainian composer (1745–1777). Sorry, I couldnt express my feelings in English so far. Hmm… Below is the demonstration of FD-Footnotes and Language Switcher incompatibility, sorry. http://www.universum.org.ua/journal/2004/berez_5_06.html , http://www.gazeta.lviv.ua/articles/2006/06/15/15944/ ↩
Surely, I wouldn’t say I don’t like robots (actually I don’t like a show). But it seems we are going to loose something…
Browsed the Internet and have found Musical Information in Musicology and Desktop Publishing. And I liked to «benchmark» LilyPond a bit — how it would do this fragment: So, i managed to type this score: Of course, I mean «benchmarking» in sense of comparing with some … Continue readingBenchmarking LilyPond
Scientists from the RAND corporation have created this model to illustrate how a «Home Computer» could look like in the year 2004. However, the needed technology will not be economically feasible for the average home. Also the scientists readily admit that the computer will require … Continue readingHome Computer — as seen in 1954
I wrote a small plugin for WordPress, which can search for specified strings (as regular expressions) in posts and pages and replace them with something else. Just take a look: Typed as PARDON, you see as: Typed as , you see as: Under debugging You … Continue readingre.place — regexp search and replace WordPress plugin
(if you read Ukrainian, please switch language for «more words») We (my wife and me, with our family, let’s say) have published our second book. 640 pages, a lot of scores, full colour photos. Prepared with TEX and lilypond (and Photoshop).
Finished translation for NextGEN Gallery interface. Great (*great*) plugin for image gallery and albums of galleries creation, can «associate» posts with images, slideshow creation etc-etc. Great plugin, very accurate :-) Thanks, Alex! Here is the translation (.po file) — test, comment…
Peter Lothberg installed to his mom’s home 40Gb/s Internet connection — here is him report at RIPE 55 Session, and here — his mom finishes installation: Here is more photos. This new Cisco CRS-1 4-Slot Single-Shelf System they have installed over there. I’m shocked :-) Some technical … Continue reading40Gb Internet — to mamma’s home
BTW, to have XHTML validated page, it was necessary to change the code provided by YouTube. For Miniature Earth they provided: <object width="425" height="344"> <param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/kIUCTbi_XZs"></param> <embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/kIUCTbi_XZs" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="425" height="344"></embed> </object><object width="425" height="344"> <param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/kIUCTbi_XZs"></param> <embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/kIUCTbi_XZs" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="425" height="344"></embed> </object> Should … Continue readingMiniature Earth — valid XHTML markup