Archive for July 5th, 2009

The istat application is a monitoring application use to obtain basic Linux server information from your iPhone or iPod Touch. The application has the ability to monitor CPU Usage, Memory Usage, Disk Usage, CPU Load, and Server  Uptime. Its a great looking interface, as shown below, to obtain this information easily from your servers.

istat: Linux Server Monitor From iPhone

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I purchased an amazing application from the iTunes store tonight for my iPod Touch called iNet created by Banana Glue. In a nutshell the application makes it very easy to discover all of the devices on the network that the iPhone or iPod Touch is currently connected to. It is by far the best forming application in this class that I have seen.

There are many things that make this application stand out above the rest. The iNet home screen provides links to the each task including Scan Network, Ping, Bonjour Browser, Wak on LAN, Device Info, and Settings. Below I will provide a brief explanation of each of these tasks.

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If you are using ToodledoSync, provided by Chromatic Dragon, to synchornize your Toodledo.com To-Do list then you are probably getting popup error messages that look similar to the below.

Outlook Security Alert Caused By ToodledoSync Image:

Microsoft Outlook Security Alert Triggered By ToodledoSync

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I discovered something really cool tonight to help organize my default Gmail account. You can use an unlimited number of aliases which in return will allow you to easily filter or organize incoming email based on numerous factors. By default Gmail will deliver any mail with your username+anystringhere@gmail.com to your Gmail inbox. This not only works with @gmail.com email addresses but it will also work with any domains you have hosted via Google apps.

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