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I recently just taught my first class on EduFire, called “Introduction to Google Hacking”. From the feedback I’ve been getting, people seemed to enjoy it, so I’ll continue teaching it. I don’t know about the future, but for right now, I’ve decided I’m going to make it free! Why? Because I believe this is information everyone should know!
One of the best things you can do for your self when trying to learn something new, whether it be a language or how to develop computer applications, is to join a class. But not everyone has the time, resources, or even money to do that. That’s where EduFire steps in! Teachers, you’ll want to check this diamond in the rough out too! They provide what you need to teach when you want, where you want, and for what you want($$$ )!
UltraMon is a utility that I’ve been for quite some time now. It’s becoming more and more common for people to use two or more monitors with their PC(or laptop) at home, and especially at work. Managing multi-monitor environments can be a pain. You have to move the windows around awkwardly, because you’re forced to actually drag the window over to the screen(and back).
I’ve already done an article called Usenet for Dummies, where you can learn about what exactly Usenet is. Go read that article if you haven’t already. If you have, then this article will go over a variety of tools you need to get up and running with Usenet on Linux.
Usenet is a world-wide distributed Internet discussion system. Basically, think of a forum. Usenet has “groups” that people can go to and read/post information to. The groups represent the categories a forum might have. Only Usenet is humongous and is distributed world-wide.
There are some decent RAR or ZIP crackers out there for Windows but for some reason there seems to be a lack of abundant Linux versions. This surprises me but I’m okay with it, because there is one that seems to handle quite a lot of the most common password protected files. It’s called RarCrack and it’s capable of handling RAR, 7z, and ZIP files.