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Bloomberg now spreading "fake news" : where are the proofs ?

Looks like a conspiracy theory to me.

Mass-media headlines to throw the people into psychosis; now there are the "Good conspiracy theories" and the wrong ones...

"Russians plot to destabilize the U.S.A. !!!" -> Good conspiracy theory
"Chinese hackers penetrating D.O.D. servers !!!" -> Good conspiracy theory

But N.S.A. spying on everyone turns out to be "fake news" leaked by traitor E. Snowden being a russian asset working for the Kremlin.
Ha ! "Wrong conspiracy theory" ! You're a sick nut if you believe that !  :tellme:

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you might give this a try : Word Search and Replace 2.40

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Living Room / Re: What books are you reading?
« on: October 03, 2018, 04:15 PM »
I've heard that "Mein Kampf" is a mandatory read for israeli students aiming to integrate "Mossad".

This is what i'm reading now :



From the Brainsturbator blog :

The Mighty Wurlitzer: How the CIA Played America by HUGH Wilford. This is certainly one of the best books I've read, period. Wilford takes on an insanely ambitious and important subject that's been obscured by secrecy and history. He does it great justice and the writing itself is amazingly good. Once the premise and reality is established, Wilford kicks things into high gear, providing hundreds of pages of eye-opening connections that will change the way you think about the past six decades of US popular culture. It is a source of great amusement to me that so few self-proclaimed "conspiracy theorists" have even heard of this book, because their paranoia pales by comparison to what Wilford is laying out in abundantly documented detail here.

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Living Room / Re: Privacy (collected references)
« on: July 12, 2018, 09:07 PM »
There's a solution implementing VPN, independant DNS, Proxy, WebMail, VoIP, Cloud and your own surveillance cams.

It's called "eniKma", it's french and seems to be very reliable.

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Try Google Translate this page to learn more about it...

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Well, i was absolutely in the same case as Mouser.
I couldn't stand the intrusive behaviour of AV software anymore;
so i went to search for something really different and found this :

Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus

I went for the "Gamer" version and since i've installed it, i am very (and i mean VERY) happy with it.

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Living Room / Re: Privacy (collected references)
« on: July 02, 2018, 04:14 AM »
That sounds great.
They've been caught with their hands in the honeypot,
"cambridge analytica", "facebook", "google"
(with some of their employees refusing to
work along with government's agencies), etc...
So, some laws were written and voted.
You can even access all that private data that was collected and click on a big "Erase" button.
This was just a little mistake.
But that won't happen again.
Everything is under control now.

Or perhaps they still have all this information.
Maybe the big "Erase" button didn't worked as expected.
IMHO, they will go on with their data gathering.
But they will take extra care as to not beeing caught again...

"Want To Freak Yourself Out?" Here Is All The Personal Data That Facebook/Google Collect

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Announce Your Software/Service/Product / Re: StackNotes
« on: March 08, 2018, 08:48 AM »
There was a small update for StackNotes; version is now 1.0.44.

What's new : + Added a Toolbar, capacity to manage MRU files and squashed some ugly bugs.
I'm actually working on the "Send E-mail" function, next will be multiple system-wide  hotkeys implementation,
Then "FTP upload", and finally "Reminder"...

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General Software Discussion / Re: Mind mapping software
« on: March 07, 2018, 01:07 PM »
Well, i have it installed on both my computer and smartphone and it works fine, as expected.
I've paid 1,99$ on a sale for it.
I guess the negative reviews are for the "Enterprise" version that's 99$. From what i unsterstand,
the "Enterprise" version allows you to do collaborative maps/charts with others and to share your
maps online for up to 400 days. Maps are removed past this delay.
I personnaly don't store anything on the "InfoRapid" website and don't need the "collaborative"
features, so i opted for a "personnal" version and everything is stored locally. If i need to get the
maps on the other device, i just save these to "onedrive" and i'm good to go...

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General Software Discussion / Re: Mind mapping software
« on: March 07, 2018, 11:08 AM »
There's a new shareware program in the field, it's dirt-cheap, you can use it for free, it looks great and there's a webapp version here

It's "Inforapid KnowledgeBase Buider"
http://www.buildyourmap.com/

 :Thmbsup: I'm really happy with this one !

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Announce Your Software/Service/Product / Re: StackNotes
« on: February 24, 2018, 06:15 AM »
@Shades : "BLAT cli" can be a little bit confusing at first, some switches uses are "cryptic" and building a valid command line can be tedious. So, i went through the whole process step by step and had success in the end. I suspect this might have been done on purpose by the developers to avoid "Blat" beeing used by lame spammers. But i can't be sure of that.
I took a look at "CMail" : seems robust and has a lot of options too. I'm going to use "BLAT" and may add an option to use "CMail" later on...

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Announce Your Software/Service/Product / Re: StackNotes
« on: February 23, 2018, 04:09 PM »
Thank you all ! I'm an average programmer at best, learning things the hard way (mostly by trial and error). There's still a lot to do for "StackNotes" to be considered "bug free" and you may encounter some unexpected crashes with the program because i have to double-check the GDI code i'm using for the ownerdrawn menus. So, it's "almost reliable". I plan to add a "mail" plugin (either to send a note or a complete padfile) using BLAT CLI; i have the prototype for this, i just need to adapt the code. I still have to write the long expected "Reminder" plugin from scratch. I'm also thinking about adding an "FTP upload" feature and to rewrite the "Recorder" plugin because it doesn't work under windows 10 (but does under windows XP).
The only problem I find I cannot directly paste from my clipboard program
This is not implemented but i can add that feature; hotkey to "paste to a new note" or "append to the currently selected one". I'll dig this...
So, still a lot of work to do.

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Announce Your Software/Service/Product / StackNotes
« on: February 17, 2018, 02:30 AM »
Hi there, fellow coders !

I'm Yan, developer of "StackNotes".
It's a tiny, fast and reliable notebook for Windows.
Programming language is iBasic pro, entirely built upon system API and common controls.
The program is released under the BSD license and comes with the sources, project file and resources.
Still actively developed and maintained.
Hosted at SourceForge.
Current version is 1.0.4.6 as of september 2018.

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Project page at SourceForge
StackNotes Homepage

Feedback, comments and bug reports are welcome.

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