Alright if you are anything like me you really like to listen to music but I myself can not afford to buy enough songs to satisfy my diverse listening choices. Because of that I use Pandora… A lot….
So much in fact that my radio in my truck automatically connects to my phone and starts playing pandora by default and I dont even know what radio stations are around me in my area . As a result I run out of time on pandora quickly and I cant stand not being able to skip songs when one comes on I do not like. This post is to help those like me learn how to bypass the system and get no ads and skip as many times as your heart desires on multiple platforms including Windows computers, Android devices, and iPhones.
THIS POST IS IN NO WAY CONDONING THEFT OF MUSIC OR PIRACY. IT IS SIMPLY EDUCATIONAL TO SHOW HOW IT CAN BE DONE . WHAT YOU DO WITH THE KNOWLEDGE IS PURELY UP TO YOU AND YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENCES OF YOUR ACTIONS
First I am going to start off with the simplest and easiest one to do.
Once installed there will be a couple icons listed. To listen to Pandora just click the Listen Only icon, log in, and enjoy. Simple as that. Your regular media controls will work so you can skip songs and pause while in the middle of what ever game you so desire to play!
This one is still fairly simple I will outline the steps below (this is for both phones and tablets)
Uninstall current pandora client!
Enable 3rd party installs by going to settings (on my device its under settings>more>security>Unknown sources
You use this client just like the one off the app store but it does not stop you from rapidly clicking the skip button to your hearts content! (although I would recommend some sort of self control)
This one requires you to jailbreak your iDevice. Don’t know how to do this? CLICK HERE be sure to read up on the risks and the proper way to perform the jailbreak and above all DO NOT PAY A WEBSITE TO DO IT!
Well I had my eeepc 701 for a long time [well for a laptop anyway] and I figured it was time to upgrade… and upgrade I did. I got the Asus EEEPC T91 Tablet PC. Have had it for about a month and am prepared to explain the pros and cons of this little convertible pc
First off the specs
Intel Atom Z520(1.33GHz, 512KB L2 Cache, FSB 533MHz)
Integrated Graphics Controller; Shared w/ system memory
16 GB SSD + 16 GB SD Card Bundle
Ok so its not a super computer but it is decent!
Full Touch Screen
Screen rotates for reading
Great battery life
DUAL SD Card Slots
Not linux friendly
Ok so let me explain the pros and cons… the T91 is a 8.9 inch tablet that can be used as either a netbook or a tablet.
Its small size and great battery life make it a perfect companion on long flights or car trips. The touch screen comes in handy for drawing or just playing games. Its also nice for reading e-books.
It comes paired with a 16gb SD card and 2 SD Card slots [1 free after the 16gb] Providing you with the ability of a maximum 80GB of storage space! [16gb ssd and 2x 32gb sd cards]
However it has a glossy black case that is a big fingerprint collector. I myself liked the matte black on the old eeepc but you cant win them all. The small keys take a little getting use to if you have been using a full size laptop but if you have been using a netbook you should be fine. It is also not very linux friendly due to the graphics chip but I prefer windows on a day to day basis so thats not a huge fault for me. The only major complaint I have is all the Asus Bloatware that comes bundled with it. While it is nice if you like yahoo widgets and such I just dont like it. However it is easily disabled and removed in about 30 seconds. It also ships with windows xp home. Why they did not include xp tablet I don’t know but I plan to upgrade this one anyway.
All in all this is a great little tablet for the money and hopefully I will get years of use out of it as I have my other Asus products
P.S. Sorry for the lack of updates life has taken its turns but hopefully the road is a bit straighter ahead and I will have a bit more time to do more on here!
Welcome one and all to my mad brain, I am 38 and have been modding since I first realized they didn’t make Stretch Armstrong just right when I was 5. I am looking forward to sharing some of my mods with you and have already begun my first mod for your perusal.
I am currently working on a desk mod, and hoping to have a companion water cooling mod to come soon afterwards if it is feesable (and less than my yearly salary to complete) I have children who will help me with some of these mods, so the little people you will see are not a product of your imagination nor the effect of a drunken night of photoshopping midgets into random posts.
I hope you enjoy and as a teaser this is a photo of my test bed for my desk project.
Ok so here is the deal. A while back I bought those servers if you recall and now I am going to use one of them! For a few months now I have had this old p4 computer sitting next to my desk running a home webserver along with my pbx phone system for my work line. Well it idles most of the time and really is not that powerful and just uses up power and space and does not get much use. So I am going to start testing a couple different virtualization applications and see what one is the best solution for what I am going to be doing. The ones I intend to test as of right now are XenServer and vmware ESXi.
Dual Processor AMD Athlon 2GHz
2u Rackmount form factor
Run my home webserver phone pbx and a few other applications within multiple operating systems within the single server. This will allow me to run both windows and linux along side each other while still having decent performance for what ever applications I may need to run.
Long story short look for my upcoming venture into the virtual server world as I try and get this server to function on a task that it was not intended to perform
Ever go into town with your laptop only to find that you have to pay $10/hour to access it? Well hak5 did a nice episode and one of the segments of the episode was how to get around that. Well rather than re-write the whole how-to becuase it would not come out as good as there instructions I will just send you to view the episode 😛
Ok so lets say you are making a new script and you want to be able to test it in real time not upload it and go through all that crap. Well rather than do all the work by hand do what I did and go get wampserver. This will install Apache PHP and MySql on your windows xp or windows vista pc and automate everything for you. It even installs phpmyadmin. Now keep in mind I would not suggesting using this to host your web site full time but its great for when you make something in dreamweaver or what ever your favorite editor is and then you can just save it to the www directory and open localhost in your browser and poof there you have it!
Ok so a few days ago I was walking through the comic con reviews and my girlfriend is like “I wanna go in F.Y.E” or what ever its called [overpriced music and cd store because we all know I buy all my music on cd’s!]
Well im over looking at 360 games and the sales guy comes over and is like “Hey all the xbox games are 75% off” So I picked up a couple games for $2.50 a piece. Brand new xbox games none the less. The 2 that I got were True Crime and TImesplitters.
I played through timesplitters storymode and its a decent game. So if anyone is to cheap to buy a 360 or think that the games are overpriced. Head down to your local FYE and hope they are on sale there as well and pick up a copy of Timesplitters. Avoid true crime tho it sucks :P.