Pinboard links for March 26th, syndicated automagically:
- AirDroid-Enjoy your Android Experience over the air – Transfer files to and from your device via web browser. Wireless operation via WiFi connection.
- Random pronounceable passwords − Exyr.org – If we mix 26 lower case letters, as many upper case, ten digits and a dozen of other symbols, that’s 72 possible characters. Picking 8 of them at random gives 728 possible passwords, or about 49 bits of entropy. It is possible to calculate the exact entropy for a Markov chain, but the math is non-trivial. I guesstimated that this pseudo-japanese is about the same entropy as alternating 15-something consonants with 5 vowels. So for 14-characters passwords, that’s 157 × 57 possible passwords or about 43 bits of entropy; which I decided was good enough for me. Now grab the code and go change all those weak passwords!
- Password Generator « Python recipes « ActiveState Code – A short, readable password generator that can be launched from the command line. Just launch it from the shell and it will print out an 8-character password. You can also specify the length and whether the password should be typed with alternating hands on a qwerty keyboard.
- Python – Get id3 from MP3 File – Python – Snipplr Social Snippet Repository – Python – Get id3 from MP3 File
- MIT OpenCourseWare | Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | 6.00SC Introduction to Computer Science and Programming, Spring 2011 | Home – This course has been designed for independent study. It provides everything you will need to understand the concepts covered in the course. The materials include: A complete set of Lecture Videos by Prof. Guttag. Resources for each lecture video, such as Handouts, Slides, and Code Files. Recitation Videos by course TA's to review content and problem solving techniques. Homework problems with sample student solutions. Further Study collections of links to supplemental online content. Self-Assessment tools, including lecture questions with answers and unit quizzes with solutions, to assess your subject mastery.
- Linux Command Line Cheat Sheet by DaveChild – Cheatography.com – Linux Command Line Cheat Sheet
- Keep an Eye on Your GNU/Linux System with Glances – Looking for a no-nonsense command-line tool for monitoring your GNU/Linux system? Glances might be right up your alley. This neat little Python-based utility provides an overview of all key system aspects, including CPU load, disk storage, memory consumption, and network activity. More importantly, the utility does a good job of presenting monitored data in an easy-to-follow manner.
- plugin:epub [DokuWiki] – epub is a plugin that will create EBooks from Dokuwiki pages that can be read in standard ebook readers. See ebook_readers below. EPUB is an open specification for digital books based on XML, CSS, and XHTML, and EPUB files can be read on portable e-ink devices, mobile phones, and desktop computers. The specification is overseen by the International Digital Publishing Forum. Unlike pdf files which have a standardized output, epub output is e-reader dependent, much like web pages, to which they are directly related. An epub page is XHTML with CSS styling. Ebooks can be collected in an e-reader's library of e-books and consulted off-line, making them always available
- DIY USB password generator » Code and Life – Having done half a dozen V-USB tutorials I decided it’s time to whip up something cool. As USB keyboards were an area untouched, I decided to make a small USB HID keyboard device that types a password stored in EEPROM every time it’s attached. A new password can be generated just by tabbing CAPS LOCK a few times (4 times to start password regeneration and one tab for each password character generated, 10 is the default password length)