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Underground Utility Colour Codes Explained
Underground utility colour codes are used to differentiate and identify underground utilities to protect it from damage during excavation. There are different types of utilities and in order to tell them apart coloured lines, flags or sometimes both are used. They help mark the location and indicate the type of utility that is buried underground.

I had no idea! (via Tony Finch)
utilities  power  underground  excavation  digging  repair  urban  infrastructure  via:jm 
november 2018 by ignatz
Track your wallet with the TrackR wallet! Never lose your wallet again!
The Wallet TrackR is a slim tracking device about the size of 2 credit cards designed to go in your wallet to ensure you never lose it.
utilities  wallet 
february 2017 by ignatz
susanwerner/sshxor · GitHub
This is a simple ssh obfuscating proxy -- it xors every byte of SSH traffic
with 0x19. This is enough to defeat DPI systems that try to look at the SSH
handshake / version string to identify SSH traffic.
ssh  security  utilities 
march 2013 by ignatz
SCE - The Outage Center
looking up outages for southern california edison
utilities  emergency  sce  california  electrical  outage 
september 2010 by ignatz
WinMTR - 0.8
Windows clone of the excellent MTR network diagnostic utility
networking  tools  utilities  sysadmin  windows  freeware 
july 2009 by ignatz
freshdelicious - FRESH DEL.ICIO.US
find and clean up dead links in your delicious bookmarks
delicious  utilities  java  webtools 
december 2008 by ignatz
sweet little app that hooks up to search engines
via:joshua  osx  search  freeware  mac  utilities  tools  apple 
december 2007 by ignatz
Lunar Light
Street lights that change with the lunar cycle
urbanplanning  astronomy  civiltwilight  lunarresonance  design  lighting  utilities 
august 2007 by ignatz
Useful MySQL Stuff
little perl and cacti tools for mysql
cacti  mysql  tools  perl  scripts  utilities  reference  archives 
march 2006 by ignatz

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