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Archive for May 29th, 2017

I have found a secret tunnel that runs underneath the phone companies and emerges in paradise / Boing Boing

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/05/29

The upshot? For $500, Calyx will send you a little wifi hotspot with a Sprint SIM in it that comes with a year’s worth unlimited, anonymous, unshaped, unfiltered 4G/LTE bandwidth on Sprint’s network. Unlimited as in, I downloaded 60GB with mine and it didn’t break a sweat.

Source: I have found a secret tunnel that runs underneath the phone companies and emerges in paradise / Boing Boing [WayBack]

via: +Joe Hecht

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Google Drive stuck forever on “One Moment Please” during initial login on Windows Server based systems.

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/05/29

Basically the Google Drive sign-in user interface is a wrapper around Internet Explorer.

If you have tight Internet Option settings, then your sign-in can fail without telling you why:

There is a older list of exceptions to add to the Internet Options Application Development: sign in to google drive … stuck in one moment please, but since Google has moved quite a few domains around (they now for instance use 1e100.net for part of the traffic).

The easiest way is to get the URLs right is to play back what Google Drive sign-in does from within Internet Explorer. These are the steps:

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