Google Officially Becomes a Wireless Carrier Of note: 1) $10/GB flat data + $20/mo everything-else pricing (I’m a highly technical user and rarely go over 2GB, for the record, so […]
So, I’ve been working on a script to manage database backups in Powershell for a while now. There are two main functions to deal with in this script: Movefiles, which […]
Windows 10 to Make Secure Boot OS Lock Out a Reality I’ve been warning people that we were going in this direction for years, and now Microsoft is finally letting […]
Have you noticed this fun thing OS X does where it refuses to add a Gmail account? Tried the whole “turning off ‘All Mail’ solution” thing and it still didn’t […]
My good friend Christian Sagardia is starting a writing thing. Go read it. He’s a smart guy.
Starting with Server 2012, I think, Microsoft seems to have gone out of their way to hide the ability to set an installed certificate with private key as the one […]
I apologize for linkbaiting you. In my defense, I was super bored. Go Rams!
Somehow I migrated this site from WordPress 3.8 on Nginx to WordPress 4.0 on Apache on a completely different host and nothing exploded. BRB, buying a lottery ticket.
Once there was a mouse named Fievel.
The Wall Street Journal has an article up that is mostly about how Cisco has successfully pushed another ridiculous buzzword, but it’s worth examining this decentralization trend in cloud computing […]