It’s been awhile since the last update, but there’s a couple of new things that are popping up here at tgorg.com, so that will hopefully make up for the delay 🙂 Continue reading tgorg update
I just stumbled upon the following statement in the “NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams” website; Continue reading NiGHTS to appear in Gametap
Hello everyone. Again sorry for not posting for two months (I usually try to post monthly). But I have some interesting news: Continue reading tgorg update
Sorry about not posing for awhile. It’s been busy the last four months… Here’s some interesting news though… Continue reading tgorg update
Wanted an cheaper alternative to filtering programs such as CyberPatrol and NetNanny using open source software? This is a step by step how-to on setting up a content filtering server on the cheap, in a wireless network that will allow a Nintendo DS to connect without any issues. Continue reading the perfect setup; dansguardian, squid, and ssh on a nintendo ds friendly network
I took some photos during the garage sale on the campus of CCM, the County College of Morris. Basically, anyone who wants to participate can sell their unwanted stuff with hundreds of other people. Fortunately for me, I found lots of cool and interesting stuff to show you all: Continue reading Huge garage sale brings unexpected findings…
Hello. I’m back home for the summer, which means that, contrary to popular belief, I have less free time than I had at college.
I still have some things I have to finish for my website, namely “an important lesson” #2. I also want to add a loader to the first “an important lesson”…
I’m also going to try to post more in regards to my job (if I get approval from my boss). I work at a book binding and supply company in New Jersey, primarily working with their corporate website, so it would be cool if I could post updates and stuff (a la Angled Whiteboards). So well see what happens…
This is funny little video I found after hearing the audio on the local Christian radio station:
Hello all. I have a few new news items that should be announced: Continue reading tgorg update!
Some web applications have plug-ins that enable them to be authenticated through Apache or IIS HTTP Auth methods, allowing the user who already logged into a server imposed restricted area to seamlessly access WordPress or Squirrelmail without having to login. For other web applications, however, we have to get creative. Continue reading creating an HTTP authenticated autologin for dotProject and Inventory