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General Software Discussion / Re: Looking for 'self email' sender
« on: October 08, 2011, 01:13 PM »
Check out Scribbly

You should look at Fluffyapp (

Simple and perfect.

Post New Requests Here / Re: Idea: Limit Internet Bandwidth
« on: August 31, 2011, 01:39 AM »
I suggest that you get a DD-WRT/Tomato compatible router from somewhere like eBay and flash the stock firmware with the "Third-Party" firmware.
-lotusrootstarch (August 31, 2011, 01:00 AM)
Thanks, but I was hoping there would be a software solution. Maybe something like an autohotkey script that changes the Windows settings so that the bandwidth used is only upto a certain speed. Is that possible at all? Doesn't the Windows OS give any way to control the bandwidth at all?

Post New Requests Here / Re: Idea: Limit Internet Bandwidth
« on: August 31, 2011, 12:25 AM »
Check your router for a static DHCP option.  This will allow you to assign static IPs to your devices via each of your network card's MAC addresses.
Ok, and then what should I do next?

General Software Discussion / Re: IDEA: Mood diary/graph
« on: August 30, 2011, 01:20 PM »
Check out MoodJournal at https://chrome.googl...jpbennfhieoadaooidea - it is a chrome extension for posting your moods on Facebook

Post New Requests Here / Re: Idea: Limit Internet Bandwidth
« on: August 30, 2011, 08:13 AM »
Does your WiFi router have any sort of traffic shaping options on it?  Depending on the brand, it may be called QoS (Quality of Service) as well.

It does, but they are IP address driven (I think). And our IP addresses keep on changing depending upon the order in which we connect our devices to the router.

Post New Requests Here / Idea: Limit Internet Bandwidth
« on: August 30, 2011, 08:07 AM »

I have a seven year old son who hogs all the bandwidth at our home WIFI network playing games and makes browsing for others absolutely miserable. We have a WIFI router connected to the broadband connection. I understand there are several options if one routes the internet connections through a server, however since the setup is at home, all of us connect to the router.

It would be great if a software be developed that limits the bandwidth on his computer to say 100kbps so that others also get some bandwidth for their use. :-)

I have tried netlimiter but it advertises its presence by pop-ups and a tray icon and my son is smart enough to catch and remove this.

However I can easily install and include the program in his startup files and he will not notice.

Can anyone help?


Finished Programs / Re: organize text
« on: July 15, 2010, 04:08 AM »
I think you should use Clipmate ( The PowerPaste feature can help you quickly paste a series of clips, or break apart complex data by comma, linebreak, etc.

You can copy everything in one go; explode using linebreak; and then do powerpaste in the files that you want.


Check out Flogr and Plogger


- not without first registering for membership, it seems.
Does it even work off-line?

It does. The thing that I like is that you can bookmark the page you are on as well as annotate the book. It stores this information outside the PDF so this works even if the PDF does not give you the rights.

Use the MyScribe reader - It is perfect for reading PDF ebooks.

Get it here - http://download.cnet...2125_4-10754936.html

Marek, looks like you have started hobby programming again.  :)

Keynote is one of my most favorite programs that I have ever used.

I hope you get the motivation to restart on keynote at least, if not the other programs.


I think the easiest way to do it to:

1. Right-click on your taskbar
2. Select Toolbars > Add New Toolbar
3. Select My Computer as the folder

Now you have the entire file structure on your taskbar always.

No need for a separate program. Windows itself has the functionality built in.

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