Look into GroupMe. I use it with friends to keep in touch and it has both a mobile and desktop application. You can do inline photos, youtube videos, etc. As of now I believe it's free.
There's a learning curve with Vyatta but once you catch on it's pretty easy. There's also plenty of guides online that'll get you started and a very friendly community.
I didn't like the web interface of pfSense, and at the time of using it I was still pretty green with the Linux CLI so using that wasn't as much of an option. From what I can see there have been improvements, plus it's also been 7~ years since I used it, so I might give it a shot in a VM.
Thanks, I may look into this. It'll be cheaper less expensive than the one I had originally spec'd out on Newegg.
I really liked pfSense but when I used it long ago it was very buggy. It may be time for me to give it another try. However, if you're familiar with the Cisco IOS CLI, Vyatta is another solution. I plan to set up a small low power box to be my router and only use my Linksys Router/AP combo (flashed with DD-WRT) as an access point. It gives you far more options in terms of management, and if you happen to seed a lot of Linux ISOs you don't have to worry about filling up the memory with the routing table.
This has been going on for a while -- at least a few years -- with youtube. I remember back when entire Youtube videos would actually load (and let you skip back and forth without reloading) I was watching the progress bar take forever on some 720p video. When I jumped on my OpenVPN and refreshed it the video loaded significantly faster.
Comcast has proven time and time again that they are scumbags. Thanks for monopolizing Philadelphia, ya jerks!
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On top of that it wasn't because of profits that the incident happened. They intentionally disabled multiple safety triggers to perform an experiment and that's what caused it all.
I honestly wonder what would happen if you filled a 12ga shotshell with buckyballs and put it through a single shot -- assuming you can even get the shell cambered without it snapping to the receiver.. If I had the cash to burn I'd do it in something smaller like a
You still want to do a visual inspection on anything or have a third party do it. I bought a C&R rifle from a guy in AZ and a friend who lived nearby looked at it and confirmed it's legit and that it was in good shape. Same applies for a guitar since you can easily hide cracks in the neck with a bit of nail polish for a photo or just about any kind of damage that isn't 100% obvious.
How do you get a CCNA off your porch?
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If you're on call it makes it easier to carry one phone at a time. The IT department where I work got mad because I had my blackberry forwarding to my personal cell, so we compromised by just using a Google Voice number for my work number. With that I can set hours to accept calls, easier to manage voicemail, and incoming calls. Also means that I can just turn it off when I'm on PTO.
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Some of us 'gun fetish' people just enjoy collecting and shooting them. Not all of us are crazy.
provided the one you get is in good condition -- inspect for rust and gauge the chamber before you fire.
... And clean it if you shoot surplus or you'll find your bolt face covered in rust and barrel pitted.