When in doubt, reboot? Not Unix boxes

February 21, 2011
Rebooting Windows boxes is a way of life, but rebooting by default can you get you nowhere fast when running Unix
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Nine traits of the veteran Unix admin

February 14, 2011
Follow this field guide if you want to understand the rare and elusive hard-core Unix geek
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Terror in the north: Canada loses grip on reality

February 07, 2011
Could it happen here? A catastrophic breakdown in the laws of physics spurs the Canadian government to impose usage-based Internet billing
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The server you buy today could last a decade

January 31, 2011
Thanks to scalable virtualization-ready hardware, there's never been a better time to refresh your server infrastructure
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Cloud computing makes users of us all

January 24, 2011
As we outsource more and more to cloud services, those of us in IT will be reduced to pleading on the phone just like our users
IaaS, Data Center
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Oracle continues to make Sun customers miserable

January 17, 2011
Is Oracle doing this on purpose? Or has anyone who knows or cares about all that beautiful Sun hardware left the company?
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How the ISP duopoly is nailing Netflix -- and you

January 10, 2011
Netflix streaming video is a prime example of disruptive technology. To quash it, the big ISPs don't need to lift a finger
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Demand Net neutrality as a basic right

January 03, 2011
All free speech is converging on the Internet. Can speech still be called 'free' if access to it is controlled by a profiteering few?
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FCC's Open Internet Order bodes ill for Net neutrality

December 21, 2010
The startlingly poor compromise on Net neutrality may do more harm than good for users in the long run
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All I want for Xmas is no more discs

December 20, 2010
CDs and DVDs are so over. Why are so many still around? If only one big eject button could make them all go away
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