As was mentioned above, digital signature key used to sing Windows executable are not released. Therefore, it will never be possible to get a binary result identical to what is published on TryueCrypt website.
...Fingerprint changes you???
Goals mentioned above include learning, applying what you learned to real-word problems and solving issues that one comes across along the way.
I think one should consider that there are 3 distinctive source of help/information serving somewhat different but overlapping goals:
1) Comprehensive books on the subject - especially useful when learning new technology from scratch to get a general overview of the whole environment/functionality/language/tools and how all pieces work together to create real life application. They often contain fairly comprehensive API description overlapping with:
2) Official online documentation (MSDN and alike) - complete API/technology reference with some of how-tos
3) Crowd sources - MSDN forum, Stack Overflow and other forums. Mostly geared towards giving answers to specific real-world question that cannot be answered by 1) and 2). Extremely useful because nobody can predict all possible real life scenarios and this is where the strength of the crowd knowledge really shines through because more often then not - whatever you problem is there is a good chance someone already experienced it and possibly found solution.
Well you may have some kind of issue with Atlassian but AFAIK they don't make any tools for System Administration. Unless you count JIRA and/or Confluence as such, which they aren't.
* I think picking file system should be the least of your worries.
If you are concerned about performance and expect constant email stream you should host mail, database and web-servers on separate computers. There is a reason any reputable host does it this way. Plus increased load on one component doesn't affect others.
I think file picking system should be the least of your worries.
Check out Page Plus: http://www.pagepluscellular.com/
They are prepaid reseller using Verizon network. There is a forum here: http://www.howardforums.com/forumdisplay.php/364-Page-Plus-Cellular
If storage media is used for backups - try restoring them. If files that are stored there are not changed - you can also save MD5 (or some other hash) in separate file and re-calculate/re-check it periodically.
Someone else already mentioned 3G Android phone. I recommend http://www.pagepluscellular.com/ (prepaid Verizon reseller). They have monthly plans and pay-as-you go plans. I use $80 card that gives you 2000 minutes and lasts a year. Data on this plan is $1/MB but it is still viable if you use rarely and limit background data usage with Droidwall app (your phone needs to be rooted)
Can you elaborate? Chrome already supports AdBlock
How is it different from having your own dedicate server in someone's datacenter? It seems that OP assumes that cloud is somehow less secure than other alternatives. I just don't see a difference.
To clarify: I am only talking about storing encrypted data on the cloud. If you need to run an application on the cloud that needs data decrypted none of what I said applies.
Am I missing something here? If you encrypt your data yourself before sending it to the cloud storage and use more than one provider - what seems to be a problem?