I have found that with cloud computing there seems to be a ton of “expert” advice but it is not coming from people who are actually building solutions in the cloud. Many giving “expert” advice are seasoned veterans and talented people, but they are simply stating opinions not backed by […]
An update to the WordPress platform, version 2.8.2, was issued earlier today that addresses a security issue known as XSS or cross-site scripting.
I just bought a used iMac and am frustrated to find that it identifies itself as “Susie’s Q” on the network. Since I’m not Susie – and never have been! – I really want to change this. How do I change my iMac’s name in Mac OS X on the […]
‘P2P is a demand signal from the market,’ says Cory Doctorow. If that’s the case, what are we to make of The Pirate Bay conviction last week? For those who don’t know, Pirate Bay is one of the world’s largest Bittorrent search engines. It allows people to search through the […]
Let us face it, I use P2P, and in many ways that people do not expect, I use it for Joost, I use it to down load software like open office, and Linux distro’s, I also use it to download hacker tools to test and research.