Cool Keystroke-nabber-dongle thingy

in Current Mac Hardware edited January 2014
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This looks cool. Too bad there is no USB version yet!

Imagine what I can do with this!


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    jambojambo Posts: 3,036member
    [quote]Originally posted by dstranathan:


    Imagine what I can do with this!</strong><hr></blockquote>

    Record keystrokes? :confused:

    J :cool:
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    aslanaslan Posts: 97member
    there used to be this app for the old MacOS called Invisible Oasis.

    I LOVED it. Not only did everyone in my friggin dorm check their email on my computer constantly giving me access to their login/passwds for my own sick and twisted enjoyment, but I caught my roomate trying to pull scandalous sh*t on my machine.... (yes I am evil, but I never used any of the l/ps for anything shady...)

    Personally I would love this little bugger. The passwd protection on it makes it even funnier!

    Thanks for the post!
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    I remember Invisible Oasis. That was great for freaking out the roommate in college.

    That, plus sending "redial" to a pager to get Voice Mail passwords, and you're golden.

    There were some other good ones back in the day as well. One disabled all vowels on the keyboard. I got a Broadcast message (anyone else remember Broadcast?) from the guy whose machine I put this on looking something like:

    "Hlp cn tp vwls." <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />

    I miss college.
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    dstranathandstranathan Posts: 1,717member
    I loved Invisible Oasis too, thats why I find this "tool' so interesting. I will have to buy one, once they make a USB version, or course....
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    aslanaslan Posts: 97member
    [quote] I miss college. <hr></blockquote>

    *sigh* me too.

    Now I have to conduct all my twisted experiments in abnormal human psychology on my co-workers and end-users. They are usually less confused/forgiving. Probably cause of lack of keg-standing/bong-hits at work.

    yeah a USB version of that little guy would be a quick buy....

    In case you wanna see some more goodies...

    check out <a href=""; target="_blank"></a> They have this little shuttle that adheres to a flat surface via suction cup and turns that surface into a resonating membrane that produces sound like a flat-panel speaker reportedly up to 75 dB at peak levels. This is awesome. Great addition to the laptop briefcase....

    God I love their t-shirts too. "I read you email" Ha! <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />

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