i got one of those 1.5 tb drives for what i thought was non-essential server. the thing is not backed up and we were using it to complement some other servers. well it turns out now that people have started to stick things on it that have since become essential and i am now starting to get pretty worried about it. time to buy a decent array i guess:|
part of my job is buying machines for developers on my team, and the standard dev machine that i have been getting is a quad core with 8 gb of ram. try as i might to dissuade them, some people still insist on whacking the box and putting a 32 bit os on these machines.
from the should-have-used-hushmail dept.
netbuzz writes "'Anonymous,' best known for its jousts with Scientology, has apparently hacked Sarah Palin's private Yahoo email account. Contents, including sample emails, an index, and family photos, have been posted by Wikileaks, which calls them evidence that the GOP vice presidential candidate has improperly used private email to shield government business from public scrutiny." Note that there is no easy way to tell if the material on Wikileaks is genuine or a hoax. Update by J: Genuine.