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About LazyLion

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Date of Birth
November 14, 1968 (48)
About LazyLion
Biography:
I have been known to abuse bits of data.
Location:
District 9
Interests:
potholes
Occupation:
Slacker
Internet Connection Type:
1.2 Gigawatts
ISP:
Afrihost & OpenWeb
Internet connection:
ADSL

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It's ignorant to think that reason and science necessarily leads to progress.

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Thoughts on the recent Pirate Bay verdict in Sweden

by LazyLion on 17-04-2009 at 09:06 PM
OK, let me weigh in on this... but most of you know my philosophy!

1) Yes, we all know that the Pirate in "Pirate Bay" stood for copying copyrighted works. But it is not that simple. The Pirate Bay stands for a philosophy and holds a point of view similar to mine.
2) Copyright is a necessary evil to allow content creators to enjoy the fruits of their works. But we are against copyright being extended to 70, 90 or 120 years. 50 years is more than enough for a creator

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Using AutoPatcher to keep your system/s up to date!

by LazyLion on 17-02-2009 at 03:28 PM
Yes, AuthoPatcher was shut down for a while by Microsoft, but they are back and they now download the updates directly from the MS servers. The good news is you only need to do this once, and you will have a fully working AutoPatcher Folder...

http://www.autopatcher.com/

1) Download the APUP engine file from their website. Unzip it to a folder. (ignore the false virus warnings - the file is quite safe).

http://www.autopatcher.com/downloads/

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How to Download Torrents (International Bandwidth)

by LazyLion on 12-02-2009 at 03:53 PM
Azureus is a program that downloads BitTorrent Files

http://azureus.sourceforge.net/

1) Or you can download any one of these Torrent Client Programs... (it doesn't matter which one - I'm using the middle one at the moment)

http://azureus.sourceforge.net/download.php
http://www.bittorrent.com/btusers/download/?
http://www.utorrent.com/

2) You might also need the Java RunTime Files...

http://java.com/getjava

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Updated 22-10-2012 at 09:06 PM by LazyLion

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Downloading from the Usenet NNTP News Servers (International Bandwidth/Uncapped)

by LazyLion on 12-02-2009 at 03:49 PM
There is another way to download lots of cool stuff faster...
using the UseNet (also called NNTP or News Servers)...
I like this way because it is MUCH faster (and safer) than Torrents...

1) You need a UseNet Account. What we also call an NNTP Provider.
You can get a free one from lots of providers.... Many of them have free trials.
(Just remember to cancel if you don't want to pay after the free trial. The paid accounts are also quite reasonable.)

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Updated 10-06-2012 at 03:10 PM by LazyLion

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How to Find International links for use with Local Cap!

by LazyLion on 01-12-2008 at 05:44 PM
How to Find International links for use with Local Cap!

1) Install Firefox
2) Install the Flagfox add-on (it shows you when you are on a South African Site).
3) Install the Stumbleupon toolbar into Firefox... sign up... choose your preferences... and start stumbling across random sites.
4) When you see a nice site with the South African Flag, add it to the Local List!

Easy
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