back to article The Register invests in Infrastructure (channel)

IT infrastructure: a combined set of hardware, software, networks, facilities, etc. (including all of the information technology), in order to develop, test, deliver, monitor, control or support IT service (ITIL v3). Today we introduce a new content section to The Register. It’s called “Infrastructure” - and as you may already …

It looks good. Is there any reason why you can't do that the "The Channel" as well?

Christ, that whole different layout/different login thing is irritating. And ugly.

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Progress by Alternative Means and SMARTR Memes

I look forward to greater participations in the IT playground, which may very well be, for the few and some who may be many, the latest IT battleground too, David.

IT Infrastructure and CHAOS, Clouds Hosting Advanced Operating Systems, is a front and vector and vital sector to capture for command and control of hearts and minds. Of that there can be no doubt if one is to succeed overwhelmingly.

And with particular and peculiar regard to leading sensitive infrastructures and cointerindependent operating systems, does methink the real truth of what has been done in the internetworking of formerly secretive things, is the virtual nature of reality is exposed as a media related series of poorly imagined and applied events/future programs which are all now mostly doomed to failure because of their structuring to maintain existing status quo hierarchies and retain their presumed and assumed leaderships rather than extraordinarily rendering an altogether greater mutually beneficial future for presentation ..... current media productions for Live Operational Virtual Environments.

And how very encouraging, to imagine and expect El Reg to remotely lead by virtue of hosting relatively anonymous APT proxies, adept and ACTive in worthy fields. Bravo and cheers, I'll drink to that.

And it be only fair and wise to mention Cheltenham here to readers, for spooks of GCHQ ilk are also up to all of those sort of sublime internetworking things, although as is both recently in the past and currently today in the present evidenced in the realities portrayed by mainstream news media, are they far from being any sort of master and highly competent in the arts required to provide fabulous change and prosperity because of their tolerance of the zerodays being supplied today for austerity.

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Thank-you, amanfromMars. We can always rely on you for a sense of perspective.

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<sarcasm>Does it discuss how to IPv6 your networks and SSL your website?</sarcasm>

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ooh - get you.

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"<sarcasm>Does it discuss how to IPv6 your networks and SSL your website?</sarcasm>"

Seconded, and I note drewc came back at you a little too soon to get away with a casual "get you". No need for the tags though and they don't render very well.

The day I point the Qualys's SSL checker ( https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/) at el Reg and see an A+ will probably coincide with the day when I get bored with IT. Bet you the lack of SSL/TLS or IPv6 isn't technical but far more prosaic. Still, keep at it. I'm sure if their commentards keep bleating on about silly things like that then something will surely change.

There's nothing like an "authority" banging on about standards and silliness in others in editorial whilst not bothering about the basics themselves to give you a warm, fuzzy feeling.

Now that's sarcasm, should it not be apparent.

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