PictureCloud.com

21 03 2006

PictureCloud.comPictureCloud.com is new service – pretty cool stuff. They have free and paid service. For starter, you should play with free version and get the idea.

I did about 20 pictures (they recommend between 20-36 pictures) and putting all together automatically by this website. I copy scripts from them and put it on my website. Very easy.

Sorry about mess in my computer room – Take a look – PictureCloud PC Room 

Also, check out my backyard – Take a look – PictureCloud Backyard

Picture clouds bring photos to life by showing items on the web from a new perspective. With a little creativity, you can now show items online just like you see them in person. Whether it is a house for sale, or a fun 360 of yourself, picture clouds are easy to create and easy to post. No software to download, no special cameras needed, and no signup is required, and best of all – picture clouds are free.

Picture clouds can…
•Show around items up to 360°
•Assist in consumer buying decisions
•Be created in under 5 minutes
•Be placed in your web pages, auctions, blogs, personals, emails, and more…

Try it out! Go to http://www.picturecloud.com 

 Grant W Laird Jr.
http://blog.grantlairdjr.com



Proxy website

24 01 2006

List of all useful proxy website. You should use it when you are on someone’s computer or at public computer. It helps keep yourself privacy and as well as ability to get on Instant Messenger — some of them will block but proxy should do the trick. Not always but it should works. I found them at another forum — I figure it could be useful information in long run.

Note: Enter any of those website at your own risk.

http://www.publicproxyservers.com
http://www.xanproxy.be/ – no ads except the first page.
http://ieproxy.com/ – no ads.
http://www.techtakeover.com/search/ – no ads.
http://www.spysurfing.com/ – no ads except front page.
http://www.myfreeproxy.be/ – ads on the front page
http://worldwideproxy.com/ – no ads.
http://www.proxytastic.com/ – contains ads.
http://www.nomorelimits.net/ – contains ads.
http://www.proxifree.com/ – contains ads.
http://browseatwork.com/ – contains ads, but clean looking
http://www.netsack.net/ – clean looking but with popup ads.
http://www.afreeproxy.com/ – contains ads.
http://cgi-proxy.net/ – contains ads on the first page, slow.
http://www.coveredtracks.com/homepage.php – no ads. but rugged site.
http://www.easyproxy.org/ – no ads except the first page.
http://www.privatizer.net/ – contains ads on the first page.
http://www.secure-tunnel.com/ – no ads.
http://www.spiderproxy.com/ – no ads.
http://thestrongestlinks.com/ – contains ads on the first page, slow.
http://www.unipeak.com/ – slow, no ads.
http://betaproxy.com/ – contains ads.
http://proxy7.com/ – contains ads.
http://webwarper.net/ – contains ads.
http://www.chronicpulse.net/ – contains ads.
http://www.space.net.au/~thomas/quickbrowse.html – multiple proxys
http://www.proxyking.net/ – contains ads.
http://w3privacy.com/ – contains ads.
http://freeproxy.us/ – contains ads.
http://www.goproxing.com/ – contains ads.
http://greenrabbit.org/ – contains ads but small ads
http://hujiko.com/ – contains ads.
http://poxy.us.to/ – no ads.
http://hidemyass.com – no ads except front page.
https://proxify.com/ – contains ads.
http://projectbypass.com/ – contains ads and popups.
http://www.proxymouse.com/ – contains huge ads.
http://letsproxy.com – contains ads.
http://www.the-cloak.com/login.html – no ads. 

Secure pages and with no ads:

https://www.stday.com/cgi-bin/nph-proxyb.cgi/  
https://www1.ft888.net/cgi-bin/nph-proxyb.cgi/
https://www2.ft888.net/cgi-bin/nph-proxyb.cgi/
https://www3.ft888.net/cgi-bin/nph-proxyb.cgi/
https://www.secure-tunnel.com/SafeBar/safebar.cgi/ (also available via http)
https://www.dongtaiwang.com/cgi-bin/nph-proxyb.cgi/
https://www1.dongtaiwang.com/cgi-bin/nph-proxyb.cgi/
https://www2.dongtaiwang.com/cgi-bin/nph-proxyb.cgi/
https://www3.dongtaiwang.com/cgi-bin/nph-proxyb.cgi/
https://towel.greyfyre.info/proxy/index.php

Insecure pages (mostly no ads):

http://pbkill.com/scgi-bin/nph-proxy.cgi
http://darwin.servehttp.com/cgi-bin/cgiproxy/nph-proxy.cgi
http://www.brainflux.org/cgi-bin/nph-proxy.cgi
http://starkravingmad.org/nph-proxy.cgi/
http://barracuda.tx.envision7.com/~admin46/cgi-bin/nph-ih4x.cgi
http://www.q2r.net/pc/nph-proxy.cgi
http://www.e-ronin.com/cgi-bin/shared/nph-proxy.cgi
http://www.groothuijsen.nl/cgiproxy/nph-proxy.pl/
http://www.vtunnel.com/nph-proxy.pl – with a little ad but still ok.
http://70.84.193.226/nph-86prox.pl  
http://www.neoambient.com/86prox/  
http://www.ipent.com/ihfc/nwochat/projectshadow/buttons/nph-proxy.cgi/ – contains ads, encodes url.
http://www.q2r.net/pc/nph-proxy.cgi

PHProxies:

http://www.arnit.net/utilities/webproxy/new/ – contains ads on the first page.
http://www.browseany.com/ – contains ads.
http://www.zhaodaola.org/web/ – contains ads.

No Input box by default:

http://www.gouc.fr/cgi-bin/nph-proxy.cgi – no ads, french language.
http://heshan18.com/cgi-bin/nph-proxyb.cgi – no ads.

No images:

http://www.floon.com/cgiproxy/nph-proxy.pl/  

Other pages with ads:

http://www.netshaq.com/cgiproxy/nph-proxy.cgi/ – no input box by default
http://www.proxy-surf.com/nph-proxy.pl/  
http://www.bywhat.com/ – lots of ads.
http://www.fireprox.com/nph-proxy.pl/ – same as above.
http://www.nethider.com/cgi-bin/nph-proxy.cgi – popups, ads taking half of the browser space.
http://www.safesurfers.net/  
http://www.usbm.de/cgi-bin/userbeam.pl/ – popup, ads, no images.
http://proxy.perlproxy.com/p/  
http://proxy.cecid.com/p/

Quick update:
http://www.twobeep.com/ – no ads. 
http://www.guardster.com/ – contains ads.
http://concealme.com – contains ads. 
http://anonymizer.nntime.com/
http://radiofarda.be 
http://ibypass.org – contains ads. (also available as .com .net .tk)

Grant W Laird Jr.
http://blog.grantlairdjr.com