Sunday, May 24, 2009

Proxy

I am all about free information and other free things and so I want to let people know about the wonderful world of proxy (for those of you who don't already know). Proxy is faking the server that hosts the web page you are viewing into bleieving it is from a differnt place/country and have of that countries IP adresses.

Really what it does is read server requests and throws anything it doesn't want to see out. It shreds it up and does not forward it. It acts like a server in the first place wherever the proxy ip number is located.

Take for example a certian television channel in England will not let me watch shows on it's site because it blocks people from countries ip adresses from viewing. I then go to www.proxy4free.com/page1.html and select one of free proxy addresses and ports numbers from the list and then go to your internet browsers settings and enter the information. It is in different places in different browsers. So here are short tutorials on how it's done:

Opera:
Click Tools>Preferences>Advanced>Network. Click the Proxy Servers tab and then check the HTTP checkmark box and then enter whatever ip adress you will use from the free proxy page. Enter the port number given on the free pages as well and click OK. You should the be able to watch any video or get on any website in that country.

Firefox:
Click Tools>Options>Advance>Network in the connection bubble click Settings. Check the Manual proxy configuration radio button and enter the information.


IE:
Click Tools>Internet Options>Connections, click the LAN Settings button and the checkmark the only option in the Proxy server bubble. Ente rthe information and click OK.

Note: You're lucky I wrote that because I am anti IE, lol.
If you want one written for a different browser then just comment and I will add it.

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Friday, May 22, 2009

More reviews...

I have been away from writing for a while and way from writing reviews especially. I am good at writing not only because I am highly intelligent, but also because I understand language and how to speak, but I haet the time it takes. I am an active person whether it be designing graphics, websites, watching movies or playing video games and writing can consume that time if it is done right.

I watched two movies this last week that actually put me in the mood to write reviews at Ciao and Dooyoo. Those two movies were "Hancock" and "Outlander", which are both good movies.

"Hancock" was a pleasant surprise as I wasn't expecting much from it and it turned out a whole lot better and different than I am imagined. I am a somewhat Will Smith fan... I grew up laughing my ass off watching The Fresh Prince and he turned out to be a decent actor. It is more his friendly charismatic personality that draws people in than anything elose, but he has proved himself to me time and time againwith his acting abilities. I somewawht liked Min In Black, but that doesn't show his ability. He proved himself greatly in movies like "I Am Legend" and especially "7 Pounds". "Hancock" goes more along the lines of his special effects movies, but added a more compelling element and was quite interesting actually.

"Outlander" is one of the best movies I have seen so far this year and I was quite intrigued. I won't go into much detail here, only that it was somewaht original mix of Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror, btu not like much that I have ever seen.

If you would like to read those 2 reviews then please visit my profile and Ciao:
http://www.ciao.com/Member__Lateralus_10018197
I hope you enjoy!