I have added in a new page that has a link to a blocklist file that you can use with Transmission or a bunch of other p2p, bittorrent or firewall applications.
This blocklist is a massive merging of maybe two dozen other ones and currently sits at 232730 IP address rules according to transmission. It is in my own opinion, the best blocklist out there. It adds in more blocklists than anything else and avoids blocking proxies, tor and educational/school addresses along with avoiding a few harmless corporations that are known to be neutral with p2p activity.
You can find it here: http://www.iruberleet.org/blocklist
The actual file can be found here and you can use this URL as the auto-update URL for your application: http://www.iruberleet/files/ipfilter.p2p.gz
TorChat is one of those things that we all really love and need to put more effort into developing, maintaining and using.
TorChat is an instant messaging client that lets you also send files to others and it does all of this over the Tor network. The Tor network is an anonymous routing network that is very robust and heavily used by people from all over the world to bypass censorship and surveillance by either their ISP, employer, family, community or even government. This anonymity is achieved by routing your connections through other Tor users who have opted-in to operate a Tor network node.
Tor lets you access the internet through it’s network but it also allows you to connect to resources that are only available on it’s network. These things are called Hidden Services. Since they are only accessible to people who are connecting to the Tor network you will have a connection that is encrypted end to end and is still anonymous.
This makes TorChat the best anonymous and encrypted instant messaging client out there. Please understand that the Tor network was never meant to handle heavy loads such as file transfers or bittorrent and can be very slow at times.
Native Mac Port Client of TorChat
Portable Java Client of TorChat
Peity is a jQuery plugin that lets you convert an element’s contents into a mini pie graph, line graph or bar graph. This is done with an html <canvas> and does not generate an image.
If you ever wanted to just open up a text file that has no extension like:
This plugin will let you view them instantly.
This application will generate generic filler text for as many sentences and paragraphs you need. The resulting text looks something like this:
Eget. Dolor est cursus primis fames semper vestibulum. Nibh arcu, neque fusce, nam habitasse. Pulvinar. Elit fusce sodales mollis ve cras pede. Tellus odio dis viverra dis, mi ipsum. Arcu pulvinar class ad urna turpis rhoncus in, nunc. Magnis fusce arcu aenean porttitor mi, donec pellentesque accumsan velit sollicitudin, penatibus dictum ut diam. Ante litora hendrerit. Quam quis leo. Quam magna eu orci. Ante a elit risus. Viverra, nisl pulvinar ut, nisl inceptos. Pede sociis augue dictum malesuada. Placerat tempor quam erat mollis, litora ad. Montes ipsum blandit rutrum dolor primis fames enim scelerisque at, nostra ad augue. Etiam iaculis id, iaculis id, velit pharetra. Ve ornare. Dignissim massa ut fames ac mi erat odio fusce eros eu consectetuer commodo.
For those who may be a bit confused by the application of such text, it is to be used as filler text on web pages, document templates and other such things where you need things to either look crowded or filled out.
Due to some really kind user interface choices by Amazon you can download any book you like for free from the device itself and keep the books forever too.
Simply click “BUY FOR $XYZ” on any book’s page and let the download begin. Now hit the “CANCEL” link. The book will continue to download itself to your device and you must open it up. Keep the book open for an extended period of time and you will be allowed to keep it forever it seems.