To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
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This page lists user-contributed and publicly-accessible proxy servers, Wingate's, and SMTP servers, as well as "unused" shell and mail accounts. These can all help you use the Internet more anonymously. For an explanation, see the FAQ's for the first two and the comments at the top of the list pages for the others:
Proxy servers: http://www.cyberarmy.com/lists/proxy/faq.shtml
All of you jr. skulkers who are blind or know people who don't speak English should especially note this text near the bottom of the proxy server FAQ:
"A very small number of proxies can be used to allow easier internet access for the visually impaired, for example ea.ethz.ch:8080 . Others translate webpages into languages more accessible for potential users, especially those with limited English skills, such as mte.inteli.net.mx:3128, which translates webpages into Spanish, and zip- translator.dna.affrc.go.jp:30001, which translates webpages into Japanese."
For documentation on the
ea.ethz.ch proxy for the visually impaired, see:
These two sites are virtual museums of the history of
personal computing, with pictures and descriptions of many of the home
machines that were being sold long before the IBM PC, and then on to
the PC and Mac era.
These two sites are virtual museums of the history of personal computing, with pictures and descriptions of many of the home machines that were being sold long before the IBM PC, and then on to the PC and Mac era.
This site is a set of weird pages, each having one or more weird hidden links or puzzles leading to some weird next page. Play with everything you see. WebSkulker got bored after a while, so he has no idea if there is any point or any ending to all of this. Thanks to Jr. Skulker Tristan Tom for submitting it.
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