If your remote sites have bandwidth issues, blocking streaming sites can help along with QoS. It's just another tool in your kit. It doesn't mean the sysadmin is being a douchebag.
Depends, did you ever notice a different key from the server? Did your SSH client warn you that they server key was different from what it had remembered?
Riverbed Steelheads can do this to optimize SSL traffic for WAN optimization. While this could be considered a good use of MITM for a company, and I wouldn't exactly fault a company for wanting to optimize their SSL traffic on their own WAN. It's still kind of scary prospect if a company's riverbed setup were ever to be "pwnd" by a "hax0r," particularly if it was set up wrong.
At least as a single class to demystify and de-program the kids who assume a lot about computers from movies, cartoons, anything hollywood doles out.
I've donated or sold most all my video game stuff over the past few years. As my IT career took off I've had less and less time for gaming. My PS3 is a glorified home theater system now. Of course not all is lost. My wife and I still have our NES and SuperNES, with the goal towards introducing our kids to what gaming used to be like.
and a merger plus a lot of management changes yet I've only been promoted once in a decade, and my last move was kind of a slant, not vertical nor horizontal. I'm looking to start my own business. Getting tired of new bosses changing everything just because they can.
Sounds like they actually listened then. Kudos to Google. Perhaps this will kick the other ISP's into actually competing again.
All that symmetrical bandwidth + restrictions against running servers. Woot! http://worldofends.com/
Very good point there.
The Adafruit catalog has a lot of really nice kit for people like me who are taking the plunge into DIY in order to teach ourselves more about hardware. Something that seems to be lacking is the IC list. I know the IC list is geared towards usage with the various platforms that you offer as well, but are there any plans to expand the IC list to include chips like logic gates, flip flops, etc?
Why didn't they get contracted out to work on Healthcare.gov?
Yeah, online exhibits would be nice.
He attached a cube to an iphone, held it in the air, and it started charging. We have to go by faith that there are no batteries in the cube. Sorry but this sounds like snake oil.
"closing the [redacted] office, which declassifies [redacted]"
My SSID is named "CompuGlobalHyperMeganet" Most obscure reference I have come across while war driving was "Setec Astronomy."