I'm not going to go into details... I'll leave the research for you.
But create your own VPN, on the other end of the VPN have your own proxy server (like your home computer). You can use a program like hamachi for the VPN tunnel if you have that kind of access to the computers.
This is what I did when I was in school, I had full access to the internet and they couldn't see any of the data I was transferring (VPN=encrypted traffic). Though they will be able to see something strange going on, so don't think you can get away with it nandy dandy.
Another way is to just ask the IT administrator, that's also what I did I found this sweet little hole in pretty much any school's network. This is the way I would also suggest, as you won't get expelled.
Growling wrote :
> Theres is currently nothing to be crafted from this and I'd like to keep
> recipes in Minecraft relatively simple.
> I suggest that we get a circuit block from the above (a metal block with
> dark rills where you right-click on it to get the interface suggested by
> Slyke) and then have to put red-dust into it to make connections rather
> than just draw it. When there is red-dust in it the rills should fill with
> red colour so it can glow in its powered state.
Well, it's only as complex as you want it. It's just a method to put overly large circuits that you'd normally have to draw all over the ground into 1 square.
Yep, that's what I meant. When I say draw, I mean you fill in the squares on the board. Kind of like in the KOHCTPYKTOP game. It would be awesome to see which ones are active when you view the board and very useful when troubleshooting circuits. This mixed with blue dust would just give me a minegasm.
So I'm just getting into red dusting inside minecraft.
Once of the annoying things is you need a huge amount of space in order to draw complex circuits. This can be annoying when you just want your double doors to open up.
So I was thinking of a solution to this.
You could have something that when you place a block, you can actually draw the circuit in another screen (Like when storing items a screen pops up). You have 4 'nodes' on the drawing at the edges which represent the side of the square where you can link your red dust to (Inputs/Outputs, to switches, doors, red torches, buttons etc).
If you have 2 (or more) of these circuit squares together (adjacent to each other), then you can link them up with more then just 1 input since they are toching.