Monthly Archives: May 2012

How companies learn which sites you’re visiting and how to prevent it

Today I want to talk about a general issue that affects us all every time we are using the web. That is: the protection of our personal data. In the olden days when you visited a web site, your browser … Continue reading

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Thinkpads throttle CPUs down when battery is removed

I was pretty sure that the proper way to treat your laptop battery, if you want a longĀ fulfillingĀ life for it, is to remove it from the laptop when you are connected to an AC adapter. After all the lifespan of … Continue reading

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Merging multiple images to one document file

Recently I read an interesting article in a newspaper (you know, printed on paper and such…. oldschool). I wanted to show it so some friends and so I scanned it, giving me five jpeg files. To make the reading more … Continue reading

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