11/30/2005

Network Traffic Police

Filed under: Humor — 9:31 am

Network Traffic Police Ticket

The Ultimate Guide On Linux For Beginners

Filed under: SWEET,Technology — 9:21 am

Welcome to my Linux world !!!

11/29/2005

Root servers: The real Net power

Filed under: Computer Security,Politics,Technology — 2:18 pm

The U.S. government has strictly limited influence on which top-level domains–such as .com, .org, and .uk–are actually seen by Internet users.

The real power behind the network lies with the group of 13 organizations which, through a mechanism little-known outside of technical circles, operate the root servers that guide traffic to each one of those top-level domains.

Dual-core desktop CPU bout: AMD vs. Intel

Filed under: SWEET,Technology — 12:16 pm

After reading the round-by-round account of our dual-core desktop CPU prizefight, it should come as no shock that AMD’s Athlon 64 X2 chips are the runaway victors here, laying out the Intel Pentium D and Pentium Extreme Edition 840 chips pins up. If we had to call out one chip, AMD’s Athlon 64 X2 4400 is an outstanding bargain given the competition, but as our results show, any AMD dual-core CPU will serve you better than its similarly priced Intel equivalent.

Strange New Products

Filed under: Interesting — 12:13 pm

Strange New Products

Google fixes glitch that unleashed flood of porn

Filed under: Entertainment,Foot Shooter,Interesting — 11:09 am

A technology glitch temporarily turned Google’s new personal listings service, Google Base, into a vast, virtual red-light district earlier this week.

11/28/2005

Calif. Congressman Admits Taking Bribes

Filed under: Conspiracy,Politics,The Law — 5:21 pm

1 down 100 or so more to go…

“He did the worst thing an elected official can do — he enriched himself through his position and violated the trust of those who put him there,” U.S. Attorney Carol Lam said. The statement did not identify the conspirators.

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