Really good post, thankyou
22 posts • joined 2 Dec 2007
That was well put.
So often these days we are told that some thing has a copy right
on it and there fore it cannot be used or recycled. It's not true,
never has been
As far as I under stand it, copy right is a system of asking some
one else to protect your idea for a certain amount of time so you
can gain from it. Part of that protection allows others to use that
idea or copy righted material for there own usage without stopping
you from gaining from it. Fair usage is just that, using some one
else idea / material with out impinging on the copy right holders
right to gain.
Cloud computing, it's existed for century's and longer. Lie on a bit of
meadow, look at the sky and and wonder what that cloud looks like :)
other than that cloud computing is just another network.
Kinda feel sorry for the lot of them as it's all turned so nasty...
We only have one side of the story (prob less than half of one side) and taking the kids away and denying access doesn't usually sound like some thing some one would do with out good reason.
If she doesn't have good reason then I hope he gets to access to the kids. As for the 1.5 ... Yeah right, bluff and bluster.. (theres my knee jerk reaction to the story :) )
Onto other things ...
Now, it's Friday, it's lunch time and my coffee mug is full. I needs a new Keyboard, monitor and a reason to get the Reg to buy them for me.... So ... Where the hell is the "Bastard Operator From Hell" ?? It's the first (hopefully for most) Working Friday of the year.. Some poor sods have done a full 5 day week... they need there shots! We need to know How long the BOFH will last in this years attempt being nice to Luser!!
And on a side note, in an attempt at humour... We all know the BOFH would have put a remote on / off swich on the kidney involved O.o
As AC said above.
Quite a bit about the process in there, including the reinforcements methods and domes etc. Worth a read :)
I do like the idea of printing to the wrong printer or print jobs getting stuck in the Q ;p
Wasn't there a usb device that would fabricate you a mug or some such thing? What was that called?
Cheers for that Ted
Maybe the good (google) OS and Chrome are going to converge?!?
As to the OS/app argument - keep going guys, tis amusing, it's only a pity I cannot see the effects that it has on your blood pressure :)
Oh and amanfrommars is starting to make sense again.. lack of dried frog pills.. or maybe a crush on Sarah... ?? :p
hmm.. and I don't feel the need to use an explicative O.o
I'll just swear out load instead :)
Hmm I don't think the author is suggesting that you vpn to each website .. more if you are 'out and about' using other peoples wifi hotspots or networks and you don't want your unencrypted data to be easily monitored, then you would setup some form of vpn back to you own secure 'vpn server' and then go out to the internet that way. Centralizing the point of risk I suppose.
I agree however that the final connection from the remote end of the tunnel to the internet also needs to be hardened and no.. there not likely to let you setup VPN's to each website... But I guess you somewhat more protected whether it's a form of vpn, remote desktop or ssh (putty is great)
Of course the alternative is to harden your computer and use your phone as a modem or buy a laptop with a built in sim, expensive, but avoids them pesky unsecured wireless hotspots :)
hmm .. that netgear router you used in the article.. does that not have the VPN section at the bottom left hand side of the menu? I know mine does...
If static IP's are a problem.. well there are plenty of ISP's that don't charge for them (Zen for one)
as for the press getting caught out at the blackhat convention .. well.. I don't think that puts the press in the best light tbh
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