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{January 30, 2007}   Animator vs Animation II

{January 30, 2007}   DJ software for Windows and Mac OS X

Read more about Dave Girard’s interesting test of current DJ software here.

{January 29, 2007}   Horst Schlämmer is bloggin’

Hell yeah! Mister Horst Schlämmer himself has started blogging!
Check out his great (video-)blog on

{January 29, 2007}   Small RegSvr context menu helper

Tired of un-/registering .DLL files under Windows?
Save this small code block into a file called regsvr.reg and run it.

@=”RegSvr32 \”%1\”"
@=”RegSvr32 /u \”%1\”"

@=”RegSvr32 \”%1\”"
@=”RegSvr32 /u \”%1\”"

This will add the registering and unregistering functions to your Windows context menu when right-clicking on .DLL and .OCX files.

This little helper will save a lot of time.

{January 24, 2007}   Colorblind web page filter

Most people have heard of colorblindness once in their lives, but can you imagine how everything will look alike?

Try the colorblind web page filter to find out how it will be if you are colorblind…

Link to colorblind web page filter

{January 24, 2007}   Storm Trojan gang declare start of World War III

Taken from The Register

The virus writers behind last week’s Storm Trojan outbreak showed off some neat tabloid headline-writing skills in a string of similar attacks over the weekend.

The original attack tried to trick users into executing malicious files containing Trojan horse code, posing as information about the inclement weather. The malware was distributed in messages with subject lines such as “230 dead as storm batters Europe”, supplied with attachments containing the Small-DAM (AKA DwnLdr-FYD) Trojan. Attachments may contain one of the following filenames: Full Clip.exe; Full Story.exe; Read More.exe and Video.exe.

The malware also came in emails carrying other provocative subject lines including: “British Muslims Genocide”, “Naked teens attack home director”, “A killer at 11, he’s free at 21 and kill again!” and “U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has kicked German Chancellor Angela Merkel”.

If executed, the payload turns infected PCs into compromised, zombie clients under the control of hackers. Two in every three reports of malware tracked by anti-virus firm Sophos on Friday, 19 January involved reports of the Trojan.

The attack was followed up on Saturday by a modified version of the Trojan and fresh supposed “news” items such as “Chinese missile shot down USA satellite”, “Sadam Hussein alive!”, “Radical Muslim drinking enemies’ blood” and “Fidel Castro dead”. By Sunday emails punting the Trojan (dubbed Agent-bet) appeared with even more sensational, with subject lines such as “The commander of a U.S. nuclear submarine lunch the rocket by mistake”, “First Nuclear Act of Terrorism!” and “Third World War just have started!”


The latest wave of attacks are suspected to be the work of the same gang that punted the original “storm Trojan”, though this is unconfirmed. Evidence suggests the attacks over the weekend were less widespread than the original storm Trojan.

More information on the attacks can be found on F-Secure’s Security Blog here.

{January 23, 2007}   LineRider

A simple but nice game to waste some time.
Draw some lines on the screen and watch the dude ride your lines.

Link to the flash game LineRider

{January 22, 2007}   Destroy FX Buffer Override

Buffer Override can overcome your host app’s audio processing buffer size and then (unsuccessfully) override that new buffer size to be a smaller buffer size. It makes a lot more sense if you just try it out and hear what it does. It can sound like a stuttery vocoder or a stuck beat shuffler or many other delightful things. In certain hosts, you can also “play” Buffer Override via MIDI notes and even sync it to song tempo.


{January 22, 2007}   mda’s Freeware VST plugin collection

mda’s Freeware VST plugin collection is a set of VST effect plugins for your daily needs in mastering your tunes.

Summary of the plug-ins:


{January 22, 2007}   Murmur

Murmur is a filter sequencer VST effect plugin, similar to Breather but without the randomness.




Nothing ventured, nothing gained. On the prowl for noise while having the munchies for mashups!

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