461 posts • joined 17 Apr 2008
.NET is still a thing?
I thought it had already had a well deserved agonizing death....
Re: World, get over yourself
"What the hell did the rest of the self righteous humourless politically correct granola eating idiots do for humanity today?"
You left out 'Godless'.
Proving once again
That point and click systems admining is not infact hard.
Maybe he'll learn programming next and make a virus to kill Microsft.
One can dream.
My advice: make your choice Linux and stick to it. - There, fixed it for you.
If the Sierra Club
had been around in the beginning, they would have kicked Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden before God did...
I use a wget script....
To grab MP3's from PodioBooks.com
Gotta go fix some things now.
Re: Meanwhile inside the office...
What is an "assault" rifle? Is that the same as an assault hammer? Assault speargun? Assault 2x4?
Can you imagine
"Lack of knowledge isn't the holdback with Linux, in my case, it was the behavior of the support."
Can you imagine the brow beating you would get from a M$ support person if you weren't paying for it?
I love how someone can take the experience of one or two bad apples and blame the whole bushel. Just tell them that their mom will kick them out of the basement if they don't behave.
Re: Because the flaws were very different
""No, be smart, disclose it on a Friday night, so a lot of systems that aren't managed 24x7 risk to be left unpatched for two days"
What two days do you speak of? Saturday and Sunday? You get those off? Oh, you must be one of those 8 - 5, M - F admins that I hear about occasionally.
Re: Thank gawd/ess ...
" That's "Internet Protocol", not "Intellectual Property", if you are in management or marketing or otherwise technologically impaired."
Aren't management and marketing synonyms for 'technologically impaired'?
Re: Easy fix for this malarky...
Ghostery, Ad Block Plus, No Script, and I huge black hole list on my DNS server. It's not just for Ads either, it's to cut down on the bandwidth usage.
"I fail to see why rendering HTML in an email client is any more stupid than rendering HTML in a web browser"
It's easier to get folks to click on a link in an email which makes spreading nasties around.
Re: That's not backwards..
That's no moon...
I don't see any backwards text. It only shows up as EEEB with some weird accent marks above the E's.
Plus, don't use an email program that renders HTML. That's probably the second most stupid thing you can do (with running Windows as the first).
Java as a crutch
I have No Script, AdBlock Plus an Ghostery in Firefox and just about every web page I go to either bitches about the ABP or the Java needs to be enabled. Can't go anywere on the web anymore without running into the Java crutch.
Correct me if I'm wrong...
"ISPs and internet backbone providers argue large websites, such as Netflix, that make heavy use of the underlying network should pay towards the deployment and improvement of the web's infrastructure."
Isn't that what we pay a monthly fee for?
Re: And yet...
Don't get me wrong. I do think that we should all be good stewards. We all can't be granola eating, hemp wearing, non-bathing hippies. I guess I could have just said Democrats...
Al Gore is still a total idiot waving the Global Warming flag...
Thrusting my hands in the air, I shouted: “Don’t shoot me!”
Okay, but a thorough ass kicking is probably in order. You might be guilty by association with Piers Morgan just by being a Brit.
Re: Journalistic Integruhty
So, people that break into safes are safehackers?
Re: The other trick that stumps all hackers
Icon says it all...
Re: Typical CNN-level broadcast
"Cut the chap some slack. He might have been a taxi driver who was mistaken for a technology expert."
I doubt that. Even a taxi driver knows more than the tw@'s at CNN.
Re: "We've all done these things"
I propose that we all get naked.
The thing that tickles me shitless is that they still call people that break into systems for nefarious purposes 'hackers' when the term they need to use is 'cracker'. Once they use the H word, I have to move on to the next thing because I know that the rest is just hot air.
"CNN is nothing more than airport lounge music."
For tone deaf people...
@ Generic User Re: responsibility
Wow... If we tried to put a quota like that on the users network folder, there would be a riot!
-- Mines the one with the pitch fork and torch repellant...
"no good deed (or personal initiative) ever goes unpunished."
Ain't that just the fuckin' truth.
"Anyone who thinks Thunderbird is an option has never truly USED Outlook. It's very polished and very extensible with a full API."
You can polish a turd AND call it Outlook...
You got the "piece" part correct anyways...
Re: I smell a shill
"...it took over a decade to only move 80%..."
Ah, the old tired adage, or should I say FUD, used by all the MS shill/Fanbois/Wintards.
Of course it took time you moron. They first had to consolidate all their disparate IT camps that were using a Wintel environment and then move forward with a migration. Gov is about as maneuverable as an aircraft carrier. It takes time to turn.
As for the real world, most of it is locked into Microsofts crack, er, licensing.
Re: Most linux admins believe....
"Good ones deploy on exactly what they have tested for (and obtain true support if something doesn't work as it should)."
Any true Linux Admin doesn't need to pay anyone to support their stuff.
"...and therefore is potentially demonstrating an interaction with the quantum vacuum virtual plasma..."
Is that code for "We haven't a fucking clue"?
Me thinks China needs to make a visit to Munich...
Re: Time for another big rock?
"Time to look for another big rock..."
We just need to piss off the Fithp and they will take care of that.
I've ran into my share of "MCSE's" in the 20 years I've been in IT and everytime, it's something new that they just don't have an fscking clue to do.
Wish I hadn't been lured away from *nix by the shiny that was Novell only to have it squashed by M$.
However, as Bender Bending Rodríguez says, "I'm back, baby!"
"...it's so Microsoft focused as to be useless."
Isn't that an oxymoron?
Sounds like you Vitalwerks customers need to band together against MS.
Re: Off topic
You've been watching to much Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.
Only they use that sort of language when they don't understand the posessive and resort to baby speak.
Jesus H Tap Dancing Christ.
There... FIxed it for you.
We have our McAfee EMM set to perform a Jail break status check on our iOS devices every 90 days. I wonder if I'm going to start seeing a lot of my users devices going to Non Compliant in the console soon...
Or is this thing just that stealthy?
Re: Intelligent Design?
"To get an answer to your question, let me connect you to a helpdesk a few time zones away."
GMT + or GMT - ?
"There. I said it for you, you can all go home now."
Here, have an Up Vote for the effort you Windoze fanboi...
Wireless Mesh Nodes
Once we switch to the WMN style of networking, all of this will be a moot point and they can suck my.... <KZZZRRRRTTTT>
[We appoligize, Mr. Giles has been detained for behavioral conditioning - NSA]
There's a Windows Phone?
Next you'll be telling me that a lot of ATM's run XP...
The internet for what it is becoming. Once again, the money grubbing corporates have figured out a way to stiffle innovation.
The time is now for a wireless mesh internet that no one person or group can control.
Re: It is not a cancer
"I would choose this over Java a million times and then some...."
Ah, the old adage "The lesser of two weasels."
I won't be adding to Windows 'shipped' numbers.
Re: Microsoft et al are Linux's best friend...
"Unless you're a freetard, of course."
I thought I banned that term as hate speech.
All this tells me is
Open Source is "coming of age" and Microsoft should *now* be really worried.
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