There are many different ways to bypass the block set by your provider, the easiest so far is to access it via this website: http://labaia.ws/. It is just a proxy version of the original website, it might be that you have difficulties since the website is in Italian, well learn those few words then!
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Recently I’m getting pretty paranoid about connecting to public networks, it’s just a matter of seconds that someone could sniff all of your unsecure traffic, steal your passowords and data. Fortunately many web services are turning to secure http, but still the main part of the web isn’t. One good solution to surf safely is […] Read more →
VPN is about creating a virtual private network or tunnel over the public network “internet”. Each VPN tunnel is totally anonymous on the public internet and it helps to keep your activities of internet users anonymous, private and secure. A VPN connection is an attractive option for people concerned about their security and privacy. It […] Read more →
I just finished making a new website. It’s a collection of all my dad’s gps tracks, mainly they are mountain-bike rides in Italy (Emilia Romagna, Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige, Toscana..) format gpx. I’m still in the process of inserting all the tracks, it will take a while since there’re more than 300 tracks! You can […] Read more →
ClickHeat is a free solution to track the clicks of the visitors on your website. Cool! Yeah, if you own a website this is a must-have! ClickHeat is a visual heatmap of clicks on a HTML page, showing hot and cold click zones. ClickHeat is an OpenSource software, released under GPL licence, and free of […] Read more →
UPDATE: http://teocomi.com/bypass-the-pirate-bay-block/ Qualcuno potrebbe essersi accorto che da qualche giorno recandosi sulla pagina del noto motore di ricerca torrent The Pirate Bay, appare una “bella” immagine della Polizia Tributaria di Bergamo. Ebbene sì, pare che siano arrivati a bloccarlo pure qui in Italia :(, ma non disperate, ad ogni problema vi è una soluzione! Ed […] Read more →
This is a great tutorial for all the ones like me that would like to dive into this brave new world of HTML5 and CSS3. Thanks to Tom Kenny: Code a Backwards Compatible, One Page Portfolio with HTML5 and CSS3
Are you creating some kind of web application in which you need people to register and so on? Well if so, UserCake will be a good stating point: “UserCake is a simple user management system developed in PHP. For sometime now people have asked me where can I find a simple, flexible and most of […] Read more →
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Are you creating a stunning website or application but you lack of enought skills or time to create your own icons? Well here below I’ll privede some usefoul links… Iconfinder – as the name suggests it is an icon search engine. Way much better than searching with Google Images! Hi-Quality and multi-size PNG and ICO […] Read more →