always wanted to read this. let me know how you like it.
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congrats dude! kick ass at the new gig
My new company uses Zoom for videoconferencing and so far I'm highly impressed.
Most vidconf stuff is garbage. New Skype may be better but it was pretty awful for business last time I used it.
It's really dofficult for me to imagine what it would be like to have grown up this way. Like I doubt it's a bad thing in any way whatsoever--and most likely on the contrary--but it's so far removed from my experience that I just can't really imagine it
we all see what you have it set to. working as intended.
What I don't understand in all this is why all the local DNS caches lost their entries for the DDoSed DYN name servers. I would think that if they didn't get a reply they would still retain their record. I guess the problem here is that the DNS system makes no distinction between refreshing a service IP and checking if the service is permanently removed. It just sends requests and always interprets a reply as the former, and no reply as the latter? The latter should require the service not responding for a week straight or something. That would remove the incentive to DDoS centralized name servers by quite a bit. EDIT: Although I'm not entirely sure how these services were set up. I assume it was .com->DYN->company->etc. That way even DNS-based load balancing should still work, unless DYN could and did that too.
Not that what ya'll're saying isn't interesting, but to me just the fact that there's some state backed party out there a) with an active interest in knocking out our net infrastructure (which clearly could only last for a short window of time, raising the question of exactly what they'd be hoping to get done inside that window of opportunity) and b) clearly not concerned about the blowback from what, if it were a more traditional, physical bit of infrastructure, would reasonably be seen as an act of war, is concerning to me even if this particular outage is not that alarming. It's not an isolated incident, if the other article I mentioned is yo be believed; just a sligt escalation of prodding that's been continuously escalating for some time
First one worth watching?
You have a couple of options here either create a bootable USB disk boot from that and reset your password, or just boot into single user mode and reset your password
If you need protection from liability it is a good idea. Like others said there is some up front cost, but for a simple incorporation it's relatively inexpensive. There are a number of types of business structures that you may want to investigate. I had to read this book during my MBA and was very helpful spelling out each type and the pros and cons. You can get the older edition for ~$25.https://www.amazon.com/Entrepreneur%E2%80%99s-Guide-Business-Law/dp/0324204930/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1474326581&sr=8-2&keywords=the+entrepreneur%27s+guide+to+business+law
Just admit I'm always right and I'll adopt a brand new Hello Kitty mindset when logging into TzT going forward.
I'm waiting for an EQ themed version of Pokeman Go, with full PVP. Picture gangs of nerds congregating in neighborhood parks, waiting for dragons to spawn. A PVP death would mean they have to go home and return before they can rejoin the fight. If you're low level, you'd have to avoid certain streets with high level spawns.