Thanks, Steve

October 05, 2011
There's nothing more to say
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How to stop Facebook, Google+, and Twitter from tracking you

October 03, 2011
You realize how much your browsing is centrally tracked, right? Or do you?
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Facebook needs to learn when to stop screwing with things

September 26, 2011
Once more, Facebook proves that volatility in a user interface is rarely a good thing. It's an object lesson everyone can learn from
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The cloud hazard no one talks about

September 19, 2011
Cloud computing not only distributes resources, it distributes risk -- widely
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Lights out: When to power down the data center

September 12, 2011
If natural disaster looms, should you pull the plug or play the hero? When Irene hit, shutting down two data centers proved a wise choice
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Why the fax machine refuses to die

September 06, 2011
The fax should be a distant memory by now, but the bizarre ritual of transmitting documents over the phone line persists
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The lost art of reading packet traces

August 29, 2011
When network problems seem to defy the laws of physics, you'd better know your way around the dark region below layer 3
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Shionogi shenanigans: Tech journalism hits a new low

August 22, 2011
Coverage of the Shionogi sabotage includes ridiculous comparisons with the case of Terry Childs -- and much of the reporting is flat-out wrong
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Rise of the machines: The concept of mass technological revolt

August 15, 2011
Ever had your electronic world come crashing down around you? You may have been hit by MTR
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Addicted to IT: Quitting is not an option

August 08, 2011
Ever yearn for the simple life? Sure you have. But don't fool yourself into thinking you'll ever escape your cage of cables and blinking lights
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