Saturday, November 28, 2009

Badoo : accéder à un profil, super-pouvoirs gratuit (part II)

Quand vous faite une recherche avec critère sur Badoo, tous les liens de la page pointent vers un popup qui vous demande d'activer les super pouvoirs.




C'est la plaie.

Voila comment éviter cela :

Ouvrez la photo d'un profil dans un autre onglet ou fenêtre ;




Copiez le premier long chiffre (souligné ci dessus) après http://badoo.fr/0
(le 0 est important, avec l'exemple ci dessus ce sera /090...18).

Et voila !

Avec le navigateur Chrome, cela est particulièrement facile, il suffit de cliquer avec le bouton de droite sur la photo et de choisir "Open image in new tab" :


Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The More I Know About You, The More I Love You

This is what's could have been in M. Rick Shine's mind when this picture was taken.


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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Interactive illustration of an Intel 300mm wafer fabrication facility

Welcome to an Intel fab
You are about to enter an interactive illustration of an Intel 300mm wafer fabrication facility, or “fab”. Learn how inside the fab, Intel builds the world’s most complex, tiniest machines: microprocessors, flash memory devices, and other computer chips.


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Thursday, November 19, 2009

GOOD NEWS TODAY ! Judges opt for a final end to Russia's death penalty

Judges opt for a final end to Russia's death penalty

 

Russia's constitutional court opts to keep ban on capital punishment in force. Parliament, however, fears a public backlash over a law that would remove possibility of future executions.

 

A 10-year moratorium on capital punishment in Russia was set to come to an end in January. But members of the country's constitutional court have decided that, due to international agreements, the ban must stay in place.

As a member of the Council of Europe, which guarantees certain human rights, Russia is obliged to abolish the death sentence.

"This decision is final and may not be appealed," said Constitutional Court president Waleri Sorkin, adding that international agreements made any alternative "impossible." 

Although the country has signed the European Human Rights Convention, this has yet to be ratified by the Duma, Russia's parliament.

Death penalty has public support

The possibility of a return to capital punishment has fuelled debate in the country during recent weeks. Leading politicians have declared themselves to be against its reintroduction, despite public support for the ultimate sentence.

Violence in the North Caucasus led to demands for terrorists to be executed. One poll showed that only one in four Russians are against capital punishment, with 56 percent in favor.

Members of the Duma are worried that if it ratifies the human rights convention, completely removing execution from Russia's penal code, voters will not be happy.

"We mustn't take up the ratification until we have a public consensus,” said State Duma speaker Boris Gryzlov.

Kremlin wants final ban

The Kremlin has said that it is in favor of a ban. "Society must be ready for the abolition of the death penalty. It's a long process," said Mikhail Krutov, President Dmitry Medvedev's envoy to the Constitutional Court.

Former president Vladimir Putin has called capital punishment "pointless and counterproductive."

Among those executed in 1996, when the death sentence was last carried out, was serial killer Andrei Chikatilo.

rc/AFP/dpa
Editor: Trinity Hartman

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Google Checkout Bug

Buy it new, and save money!


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Apple Computers Can Sometimes Be Expensive

Evidence that Apple Computers can be, sometimes, overpriced.

Evidence #1

Evidence #2

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Monday, November 16, 2009

Eskimo Olympics

From http://bit.ly/IUWWC


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Coffee Bags Sewing

Workers sew up 130-pound bags of coffee near Yirgacheffe, a coffee-growing center in south-central Ethiopia. Growers of beans for Starbucks and other companies often earn so little they can't afford to send their children to school or feed them adequately. (from http://bit.ly/YHeBL).


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Chinese Art: Knots

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Black & White Photography of the Lovely Audrey Hepburn, Another Shallow Depth of Field Example

Audrey Hepburn on the set of Sabrina. Photo by Mark Shaw.

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Again, the beautiful Lauren Bacall

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Old New Pop Song: I Was A Ye-Ye Girl


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Judy Garland show: Mel Tormé sings "Comin' Home Baby"

This is, I think, the last place on the Internet where you can watch Mel Tormé singing Comin' Home Baby, from the Judy Garland show, in 1963.

Photo
Singer Mel Torme and model June Bright laughing, sitting at the table in the Hollywood nightclub listening to Dizzy Gillespie, "bebop" king.
Location:Hollywood, CA, US
Date taken:September 1948
Photographer:Allan Grant



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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

My first Google Wave. I'am impressed.

My first Google Wave comes from Australia. I hope I will not be charged for a long distance call?

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Sunday, November 8, 2009

The feed is valid, my ass!

You can read the following paragraph on mailbucket.org home page:


And here is the result of selecting the "valid" link:


Another LOL.

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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Aphrodite's Child, Rain and Tears, with Demis Roussos

Very ice song, very weird videos ;-)


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Google Actualités pas toujours très efficace dans ses classements

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Fellatio by Fruit Bats Prolongs Copulation Time

Min Tan

1,3Gareth Jones2Guangjian Zhu1Jianping Ye1,3,Tiyu Hong1,3Shanyi Zhou3Shuyi Zhang4Libiao Zhang1*

1 Guangdong Entomological Institute, Guangzhou, China, 2 School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom, 3 College of Life Sciences, Guangxi Normal University, Guilin, China, 4 School of Life Sciences, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China


Abstract Top

Oral sex is widely used in human foreplay, but rarely documented in other animals. Fellatio has been recorded in bonobos Pan paniscus, but even then functions largely as play behaviour among juvenile males. The short-nosed fruit bat Cynopterus sphinx exhibits resource defence polygyny and one sexually active male often roosts with groups of females in tents made from leaves. Female bats often lick their mate's penis during dorsoventral copulation. The female lowers her head to lick the shaft or the base of the male's penis but does not lick the glans penis which has already penetrated the vagina. Males never withdrew their penis when it was licked by the mating partner. A positive relationship exists between the length of time that the female licked the male's penis during copulation and the duration of copulation. Furthermore, mating pairs spent significantly more time in copulation if the female licked her mate's penis than if fellatio was absent. Males also show postcopulatory genital grooming after intromission. At present, we do not know why genital licking occurs, and we present four non-mutually exclusive hypotheses that may explain the function of fellatio in C. sphinx.

Source: http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0007595

Thanks to Liam.


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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Students (most) important questions.

(note the category)


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DNS problem ?

DNS problem : ns1.slicehost.net dead ?

67.207.139.81
67.207.139.81
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached

Domain Name: POSTEROUS.COM Name Server: NS1.SLICEHOST.NET Name Server: NS2.SLICEHOST.NET Name Server: NS3.SLICEHOST.NET
$ dig +short in ns posterous.com @NS3.SLICEHOST.NET. ns1.slicehost.net. $  
ns1 the only one returned by ns3, and it's down ?

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Monday, November 2, 2009

“Little House on the Prairie” is rated “R” in Finland

“Little House on the Prairie” is rated “R” in Finland


It costs 2 EUR a minute to have video content rated. Little House on the Prairie is a long series and would cost too much to rate, so the company marketing it decided to market it as K-18, which is what movies get when they are unrated. It is equivalent to “R” in the USA.  It has gotten negative international attention. I wonder what kind of people they are over in the rating bureau who wouldn’t know what kind of rating to give Little House on the Prairie and would have to charge the full 2 EUR a minute for the whole series. I wonder if there is a need for competition for this bureau -is it a government monopoly?

Source: http://www.finlandforthought.net/2008/11/08/little-house-on-the-prairie-is-rated-r-in-finland/


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Sunday, November 1, 2009

The black and white world of Patti Smith (Smells Like Teen Spirit, 2007)


 

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The black and white world of Patti Smith (Smells Like Teen Spirit, 2007)


 

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Jazz virtuosi, Erroll and Thelonius, "Honeysuckle Rose" (mp3 and video).

This is what the word Jazz means: surprise and joy. Listen and watch the amazing Erroll Garner playing 
Honeysuckle Rose after a demoniac one whole minute intro (look at the bass player in the background who's wondering when it will end).

I've added Thelonious Monk version, because... well, because I just love it. And another version from Erroll you can download.

Honeysuckle Rose by Thelonious Monk  
Download now or listen on posterous
Honeysuckle Rose Monk.mp3 (5245 KB)

Honeysuckle Rose by Erroll Garner  
Download now or listen on posterous
Honeysuckle rose Garner.mp3 (3214 KB)

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Jazz virtuosi, Erroll and Thelonius, "Honeysuckle Rose" (mp3 and video).

This is what the word Jazz means: surprise and joy. Listen and watch the amazing Erroll Garner playing 
Honeysuckle Rose after a demoniac one whole minute intro (look at the bass player in the background who's wondering when it will end).

I've added Thelonious Monk version, because... well, because I just love it. And another version from Erroll you can download.

Honeysuckle Rose by Thelonious Monk  
Download now or listen on posterous
Honeysuckle Rose Monk.mp3 (5245 KB)

Honeysuckle Rose by Erroll Garner  
Download now or listen on posterous
Honeysuckle rose Garner.mp3 (3214 KB)

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Blue Screen Of Death, thank you SPDT, You Little Daemon Tools whore!

My PC would not boot anymore, or only in debug mode. I spent a few hours to find that the problem was caused by the SPDT (SCSI Pass Through Driver) driver, installed by the latest Daemon Tools software. So, beware, nasty things could happen with the latest version v4.35.5 with SPDT 1.62 (and I'm not talking about the fact that Daemon Tools Lite installer tries to add his own toolbar on your browser and set their page as the default page).

Oh, BTW, to repair, run c:\windows\regedit and set the value of the entry "start" in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\sptd to 4 (four, which means "disable me", go figure), and reboot.


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Blue Screen Of Death, thank you SPDT, You Little Daemon Tools whore!

My PC would not boot anymore, or only in debug mode. I spent a few hours to find that the problem was caused by the SPDT (SCSI Pass Through Driver) driver, installed by the latest Daemon Tools software. So, beware, nasty things could happen with the latest version v4.35.5 with SPDT 1.62 (and I'm not talking about the fact that Daemon Tools Lite installer tries to add his own toolbar on your browser and set their page as the default page).

Oh, BTW, to repair, run c:\windows\regedit and set the value of the entry "start" in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\sptd to 4 (four, which means "disable me", go figure), and reboot.


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