Cisco does own it. You are wrong.
... so it's like a series of tubes, right?
Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) said that, not Bush.
The early results of switching showed that there was a 50 to 150 times performance increase in switching from LSL/interpreted to LSL/Mono.
They have decided that the scripting language is far superior to Jav... er, C# and
The Second Life scripting language compiles to run on the CLR. Second Life has embedded mono in their client.
People could start by documenting their data in standardized formats, like DDI 3.
and in other news, my sister is going to do this? good luck with that.
EveryDNS is more like the "custom DNS" feature in DynDNS which uses their servers to provide nameservers for your own domain. DynDNS's custom DNS service is $30/year if you aren't hosting with them, while EveryDNS is/was free.
ThatIP only charges $10/year for the same "custom DNS", and now started doing dedicated ipv6 nameservers too!
The Real link is here:
Minneapolis has complete downtown coverage now.
Actually using it right now to post, doesn't really seem like a dead idea from here!
I've long been immensely frustrated that you can't get kernel-space ZFS (sorry FUSE) compiled into a Linux kernel because of inane licensing issues*....
Well it is a good thing FreeBSD does not have a restrictive license like that. FreeBSD 8.0 will have ZFS with zpool 13, and here is how to use it.
* UID is a prime number. (no wouldn't get it myself, i'm a couple of digits off)
* Has been moderated (-1 troll) more than 5 times
* " " Flamebait " " etc
I like it, how about UID can fit in a 16bit uint?
"Anyone attempting to generate random numbers by deterministic means is, of course, living in a state of sin." -- John Von Neumann