How to surf at work

Kevin was kind enough to point to an article that tells people how to get around all the firewall and content restrictions we put in place on our work networks! Thanks a lot! 🙂 Seriously though, I’ve always been of the opinion that if you are technically capable enough to do all that, you were…

News articles

Phil’s got a complaint about an article he was reading. Some of it wasn’t accurate: But what really gores my ox is the awareness that, since every news article I read about something I actually know is completely, utterly, absolutely, factually, wrong, I have to assume that all the ones I read about things I…

Bored meetings

Next week we’re having a Board meeting. Normally, we have our Board meetings onsite, which I hate. I always end up having to help one Board member or other check their email using their laptop, and our network, and then making sure I reset all their network settings before they leave and can never get…

Dave’s spam attack

From Scripting News, Dave’s followup to a post about suddenly getting 1000’s of copies of the same message: “Postscript: I hadn’t opened any of the emails, I just did, and saw that he’s marching through all four-letter combinations of email addresses at one of the domains I own. I turned off email forwarding, hopefully that…