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May
5

Epson EH-TW9200W, 2400ANSI, FullHD 16:9, WiFi, 2x 3D-Glasses

My third projector will be installed this evening 🙂

  • from 2005 – 2008 Panasonic PT-AE900
  • from 2008 – 2015 Sanyo Z2000

It is a big upgrade from my Sanyo Z2000. I currently have a Dalite TENSIONED COSMOPOLITAN ELECTROL 16:9 HDTV 133”. This screen has always looked to sparkly on the whites during viewing. It is even worse with this new projector.

Why this model and not the Panasonic PT-AE8000 (first out in 2011 now for 1770 CHF)

Better than the Panasonic PT-AE8000 for me because

  • Latest technology: model first available in end of 2013,
  • 2 HDMI on the back only but wireless transmitting (+5 HDMI) = 7 HDMI in total,
  • 2D-to-3D conversion,
  • Frame Interpolation,
  • 2 x 3D glasses are included,
  • Wireless HDMI,
  • Panasonic has a 2000 hour limit which ends warranty coverage. No hour limit on Epson.
  • But all in all more expensive (+1000 CHF).

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May
5

Electronic Gadget and Device Sales For Morons

Electronics and clothes could well be the perfect combination

The man has always been enamored with gadgets and more so if it is packed with a lot of electronic features and other amazing stuff courtesy of the advancements in technology in our day. Electronic items are indisputably hot items in the market today and entrepreneurs or online resellers like you will have a better chance of making it big in this business by retailing electronic gadgets.

Electronic

An additional fact that business people have leveraged on for centuries is man’s unique tendencies to accessorize. Literally millions of trinkets, jewelry, and other accessories have flooded the marketplace for so long and still, people continue to buy these things to give highlights or enhance their clothing. With technology churning out a wide variety of electronic gadgets, it was only a matter of time before these devices transcended from their main functions and entered

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May
4

shell-storm | ROPgadget – Gadgets finder and auto-roper

ROPgadget – Gadgets finder and auto-roper

by Jonathan Salwan – 2011-03-12


Description

This tool lets you search your gadgets on your binaries to facilitate your ROP exploitation.
ROPgadget supports ELF/PE/Mach-O format on x86, x64, ARM, PowerPC, SPARC and MIPS architectures.
Since the version 5, ROPgadget has a new core which is written in Python using Capstone disassembly
framework for the gadgets search engine – The older version can be found
in the Archives directory but it will not be maintained.

GitHub https://github.com/JonathanSalwan/ROPgadget

 

Change Log

v5.4:     Fix: bug e_shstrndx = UNDEF
          Add: gadget intel x64 - 0F05 syscall
          Add: gadget arm64 - ret reg
          Add: gadget arm64 - bl/blr reg
          Add: gadget intel x64 - jmp/call [reg+imm]
          Add: Improve performance around the search engine
          Add: Python3 support
          Add: test suite file
v5.3:     Fix: some Bugs
          Fix: Use segment instead of section to find gadgets
          Add: --all option
          Add: --multibr option
          Add: 
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May
4

Create a Win7 Gadget | Experts Exchange

This article shows you how to create a simple “Gadget” — a sort of mini-application supported by Windows 7 and Vista.  Gadgets can be dropped anywhere on the desktop to provide instant information, or to act as a gateway to a website or a larger program.  

What I like about gadgets is that they are really just small HTML pages.  That means:  No big-project development overhead.  If you have Notepad.exe and some knowledge about HTML, then you can write your own gadget.  Like HTAs, they run with with full local-program privileges, and can use ActiveX objects.  There is no limit to the creative things you can do with gadgets.Fig. 1-1:  Win7 gadgets!
How to Create a Gadget (the short version):
Here’s all you need to do to create your own gadget:

1) Write an HTML page, say gadgetName.html

2) Write a short XML file, named (exactly) gadget.xml

3) Copy these

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May
4

Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2020: unique gadget gifts for Moms

Trying to decide on a gift for a parent or significant other can be difficult even during the best of times. So with the help of The Verge’s staff, we’ve come up with a list of things we think would make great Mother’s Day gifts or might give you some inspiration for your own unique gift idea.

These are things that have either served the staff well or things they wish they had. Compiled below is a list of eight items, ranging from Hario V60 gooseneck kettle ($45) to the Apple Watch (around $400), that would be great gifts for any parent.





Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

For years, Amazon’s Kindles have ruled the e-reader space. And for nearly as long, the Paperwhite has been the model that nearly everyone should get. With an integrated light, a crisp display, and a virtually endless battery life — and only slightly more expensive

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May
4

iPhone SE review: Small screen, huge performance

It’s finally here. Nearly two years after discontinuing the 4-inch iPhone SE, Apple has introduced a new iPhone SE with a highly competitive $399 starting price tag.

Like its predecessor, this release puts Apple’s latest processor inside the chassis of the company’s heretofore cheapest phone, giving buyers who want a powerful, future-proof handset an option for quite a bit less than the

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May
4

How-To Enable Windows 7 RSS Feed Reader Gadget

groovyPost. The best RSS feed for computer related tutorials, help, community, and answersAlthough Google Reader is probably one of my favorite RSS (Really Simple Syndication) readers, Windows 7 also has a clean and straightforward RSS Reader/Gadget built-in.  The Windows 7 Feed Reader gadget runs very lightly, and you shouldn’t notice any performance issues, unlike old Windows Vista gadgets.  Although it’s not as robust as Google Reader, it’s good enough for keeping track of just a few feeds real-time which can be handy for news sites or groovyPost!  🙂

the windows 7 feed reader in small mode

IE subscribed Feeds favorites tab

Unlike the gadget from Windows Vista, the new Feed Reader does not manage its own list of RSS feeds.  Instead, feeds are pulled directly from your Internet Explorer Feed Subscriptions.  Make sense?  Let’s take a closer look!

How To Manage and Organize Windows 7 Feed Reader

1. First, let’s bring the gadget to the visible desktop.  To do this Right-Click any open space on the Desktop.  Then Click

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May
3

Creating your gadget XML specification

This is the reference guide for the XML file you will write to define your Atlassian gadget.

Overview

A gadget is essentially an XML file containing the gadget specification. You will use recognised XML elements to define the following:

  1. Gadget characteristics, such as the author’s name (your name), the gadget title and description, preferred sizing, etc.
  2. A screenshot and/or thumbnail image that containers can display to show users what your gadget looks like.
  3. Required features that containers must provide for your gadget.
  4. User preferences, where your gadget can allow its users to customise certain aspects of the gadget display.
  5. The content section, where you can define the content that your gadget will display. This is where you add the HTML and JavaScript functions that produce your gadget’s output.

Atlassian Gadgets and Google Gadgets

When writing an Atlassian gadget you may use additional XML elements, attributes and features that extend the

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May
3

Inspector Gadget 2 (2003) – Rotten Tomatoes

3rd Rock From the Sun’s French Stewart steps into the shoes previously filled by Matthew Broderick in this straight-to-DVD sequel to Disney’s Inspector Gadget. Arch-nemesis Dr. Claw is back to his evil ways, causing havoc for Inspector Gadget and the citizens of Riverton. Adding an additional twist is G2 (Elaine Hendrix), a new robot cop who provides a little crime-fighting competition to Gadget. Directed by Alex Zamm, Inspector Gadget 2 also stars Caitlin Wachs. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

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May
2

Gadget Watches

Hiking Watch: Casio Pathfinder

Altimeter/Barometer/Digital Compass Watch A gadget watch for those people who enjoy hiking and mountain climbing, the Casio Pathfinder (PAG80T-7V) is loaded with digital functions to help with those outdoor adventures. In order to avoid oncoming storms you have a barometer function with atmospheric pressure tendency/differential graphics, and, so you wont miss the summit, …

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