Another day, another bait…

In case you aren’t aware, I’m the developer of the Ignorance Reliable UDP transport, and I can’t help but shake my head (and maybe sometimes laugh) when I see comments like this from known trolls. This guy randomly tries to throw a dagger at me and hopes he can inflict a response or something. To…

30 Second Review of the TP-Link TL-SG1016DE Smart Ethernet Switch

It’s fucking good with 16 Gigabit LAN Ports. Easy to setup, unfortunately this model doesn’t have Power over Ethernet so I have to use 2 power bricks for my PTP Access Point and Security Camera. Very quiet too – no fan perhaps? I do see a huge heatsink on the CPU inside through the vents….

These attacks against the Mirror developers have gotta stop…

So I woke up to the news that there’s a group of people going around trying to break into not only the GitHub accounts of the Mirror Developers. They are also trying to reset passwords in a bid to compromise the developers and cause some serious damage to the reputation of the Mirror Networking stack….

The nightmares of MacBook Air data recovery

This is an on-going story but I’ll update you as I get pieces of the puzzle solved. The beginning… Before 2017’s year end I was given the job of data recovery from a old MacBook Air that stopped charging, and then it couldn’t power back up because obviously the battery was flat. I accepted the…

Unity Game Development: The horrors

Time for a change of pace from my regular blog posts and just to get a few things off my chest regarding Unity. Firstly, don’t get me wrong. I hold Unity in my books as probably the best engine I’ve used so far. Before using Unity, I used Multimedia Fusion 1.5 and 2 to make…

Thoughts: duinotech Yun WiFi Shield for Arduino-based devices

I have a little fleet of IoT things that are well, Internet of Things. Right now the latest addition to my fleet is a $80 koala buck duinotech Yun WiFi Shield, which looks like the one on the right. Basically, this seems to be a rebranded Dragino under Jaycar’s “duinotech” brand, and while the photo…

Adware in Software Installers – Quick Thoughts

Adware. Software designed to try to pop up and mess with your normal computer activity, and/or inject advertisements at random intervals, or when told to do so by a master server. Some applications I use like the cleaning software from Wise¬†and ImgBurn now come with annoying “offers” that the author is trying to make some…

Windows To Go: Actually, it’s not too bad

Just thought I’d throw it out there and comment on my experiences of running Windows 8.1 from a USB Hard Disk. The USB Hard Disk is a WD Elements Basic that supports USB 3.0 (SuperSpeed). Using GImageX, I deployed a vanilla copy of Windows 8.1 Professional – which was actually a hackish way of doing…