I applaud this move, but ONLY IF https websites are also flagged as being insecure (typical example follows).
The references are cited in the text on p. 2 - look for  and .
However, good catch r.e. the RFCs. That must be the reason the paper was accepted. This journal doesn't let just anything in.
Bill Foster, Congressman from Illinois, can program in assembly language, among others.
.. "What a completely forgettable performance!"
There - no more need for Dejan to file "Right to be forgotten" requests.
I like cash too, but ATMs can be hacked, and banks put more hoops in your way before you can get your money back. In my case I think it was the bank's own ATM that was compromised - in any case, I didn't have to file police reports in far-off towns first.
There's one or two devices (called "IP Swtiches") that do the monitoring and power cycling all in one box. They work basically the way you've described.
dd-wrt lets you manipulate the routing tables, which I have used to quash one device that kept "phoning home" but works fine when "home" no longer responds.
Linksys was done in during the days it was owned by Cisco, who apparently put the squeeze on to increase profit margins. The last Linksys router I bought had had the memory cut in half from the prior version in the series, just to shave a few pennies off the cost, but as a consequence it was flaky and unreliable compared to the previous model I'd bought during pre-Cisco days. It took a while to figure out that it was the router that was at fault.
My current router is Buffalo - think I bought it from Newegg, but you can find this brand at Fry's, if you are lucky enough to have one nearby. It came with dd-wrt preloaded. After one firmware upgrade, it has been reliable as anything (470 day uptime).
I have a separate device that monitors internet connectivity (DSL here) and will reboot the modem if an outage is detected. It monitors FOUR remote addresses to avoid the stupid problem Belkin has inflicted on its customers. Yes, sometimes one or the other cannot be reached. Safety in numbers.
"I, Libertine", by Frederick R. Ewing
Banned in Boston, in spite of the fact that the book and the author did not exist.
The submitter (or Timothy) talks about "The owners of Botto Bistro in REDMOND, CA
The restaurant is in RICHMOND CA, methinks.
The nice thing about workspaces is that they work even when you are traveling on a plane Ever tried to set up 8 physical monitors in coach class? Even in first class, you can get complaints.
I use a 2x3 configuration. After much experimenting, I settled on an edge resistance of zero. Seamless flow from one workspace to the next. Takes a bit of practice. Anyone else trying to use it goes batty.
19 footnotes for a 24 page opinion, including one so long that spills over from one page onto the next. Ouch! Detracts from what is otherwise a great read, including delving into papers from the file of the acting governor at the time that the legislation at issue was passed.
Mine is from back when you didn't own it - the phone company leased it to you. Built like a brick. Would get rid of it, but it is still the only thing that can test if the phone line is working when the power goes out.