That's what I got out of it...
Not sure what the hell the defense contractor has to do with anything? LibLime appears to be the guilty party here.
Actually this isn't quite the full thing.
Having now watched the video I have to say I can sympathize with Haught... Haught presented his views, Coyne attacked him and his beliefs.
I think that anyone interested in this topic should at least listen to the full video.
No one is forcing you to use it. Even more ridiculous is the fact that this option has never been there and never will be.
The more I think about this the more I can't believe it.
My best analogy is as follows, Google is a person standing on the street giving out free ham sandwiches to try and draw people into their restaurant. The whining users are people who want the free sandwich but won't eat it unless the ham is replaced with turkey.
If you don't want the ham sandwich then walk down the street and there's several free turkey sandwiches waiting for you. They just might not be as awesome!
What hardware revision is it? When Cisco first bought Linksys they still sold the Linksys version for a while as a Cisco product. Now they have completely redone the product with a new processor, more memory, and new firmware. Like I mentioned in my previous post I used two of these at a company that I did some setup work for and have had no problems so far handling around 100,000 front page views a month on three servers.
I admit I was hesitant about the Linksys nature of the product but they are so cheap if you're really concerned just buy two.
Follow up to that. I'm using RV082 v3 which actually do support IPv6. SmallNetBuilder has a good review of them here http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/lanwan/lanwan-reviews/31525-cisco-rv082-and-rv016-v3-vpn-routers-reviewed
I would second this. Although the hardware is rebranded Linksys the firmware is completely redesigned by Cisco. I'm using two of these to run a bunch of web and mail servers and they're performing quite well.
Like the other two posters said, I seriously doubt you'll get any reception on that island.
Driving along those highways I frequently lose coverage with Rogers and then when my coverage comes back my friends on Bell/Telus lose their coverage.
Your best bet would be to call the camp and ask them if they have any cell reception, if they don't then you don't even need to worry about Internet. Seriously though, you can't go for one week with no Internet? What sort of camp is this!
Sage, the makers of Simply Accounting (a popular small business accounting program in Canada), are perhaps even worse. Not only are the different years incompatible but the different patches each year are also incompatible. Even more troublesome is the fact that the program throws no errors when one tries to load a company file from a previous generation, it just instantly closes.
In order for accountants to access your data they have to know exactly which version of the program you're running. I'm sure Sage makes thousands from frustrated accountants just telling customers they're going to need to upgrade to the latest version.
Definitely going to have to do that. Like about 50 other people here I spent some time contributing on Wikipedia adding information to video game articles until I got to sick of jackasses telling me my sources weren't good enough.
How can you work when the system's so crowded?