Emails from @52.57.206.193 marked as junk?

February 5, 2008 – 15:07 by Adnan Hodzic


Yesterday I got a respond that emails that were sent from @foolcontrol email accounts would end up in "junk" folder on hotmail. Fact that Microsoft obviously dislikes me and what I'm doing here on foolcontrol are rather obvious :P For Gmail and rest of the crowd, emails sent from foolcontrol are not marked as spam/junk. Since I know for a fact that none of the guys is using their accounts for spam, spf record is added to the domain, and we'll see how this goes. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

Perfect Compiz-Fusion install (Debian testing)

February 1, 2008 – 15:20 by Adnan Hodzic


Well, I had stories with beryl/compiz 3g desktop in general, just go on and search blog if you wanna. Anyways, last time I used compiz-fusion was sometime in late October 2007, I was just devastated with its bugs, so I removed it. Same happened with all of my previous 3d desktop experience. This was performed on Debian Lenny/Testing, KDE 3.5.8, 2.6.22.3 on Intel 945GM So I installed it yesterday, my first impression was ... well this is getting better. I mean I just had feeling that it just wont crash and explode :) That's the kind of feeling I had before. Many bugs were fixed, but still ... there was a lot of ... well problems. Which I'm just too lazy to go over right now. Since compiz-fusion is in Debian Lenny/testing respiratory, that's the one I was using, anyways, this is what I suggest. Use "shames" compiz-fusion resp, I also tried his ...

Google invasion with web history

January 29, 2008 – 15:04 by Adnan Hodzic


Just few days ago, I had this conversation how Google is becoming ... well just like any big corporation. However I still I couldn't stay negative when it comes to Google. For begining, when I was opening foolcontrol, I have it all prepaed, my own mail server to everything. But still I'd use some of Google services, search, analytics, code, google earth and so on. I really know a lot about Google, so I'm just trying to separate them from companies such as Microsoft ... When I first found them in 99 or whenever, I was literally looking for something for at least half an hour, Google and there 20secs ... But lately, I'm getting cornered with Google. First, I use Gmail, I have 5 mail accounts in it, Google has my data. Hell just until recently Google was holding my blog data. Anyways, but I'm just being careful what I write ...

Me, the mythbuster. Does our fat keep us warm or not?

January 26, 2008 – 20:19 by Adnan Hodzic


Heh, this might be just a plain weird post. I have a weird thing going on, which is when winter starts I really don't start wearing jacket like others, I just switch to sweater or something. During this "research" I wore jacket, but I was convinced that it was fat that kept me warm. I couldn't be stuck in puberty I'm 22 :) So sometime last year (I think it was October or something), my gf who is a pharmacy student told me that our (human) fat and animal part is completely different, and that it serves different purposes. It's a fact that animals are using it to stay warm and etc ... So I tell her it's all bullshit and that I'll test their "fact". Of course this took months, I wasn't really paying that much attention to it, but I was somewhat/somehow. Work/School helped me lose weight, so my ...

KDE 4

January 24, 2008 – 06:45 by Adnan Hodzic


Just so it's not conspicuous that I, am now even mentioning KDE after it's major release 4.0 Even months, even a year before KDE 4 was supposed to be out, we were all hyped, from brainstorming to I don't know what. At some point, it was around when dolphin was out, talks started that new KDE is actually crap, that's it's not worth anything, bla bla. And then as the time went on, it got to the point where it was impossible, those who claimed they had KDE under their fingers were only saying the bads things. It got so bad, that at one point, it was around time Gnome 2.20 was released I reached to test out new Gnome. I was a sworn Gnome user, back in the day I used to swear in name of RedHat :) Around this time, as far as I can remember betas were out, I tested ...