Monthly Archive: January 2008

Ahhh U3, I can’t possibly uninstall you fast enough 0

Ahhh U3, I can’t possibly uninstall you fast enough

So I took advantage of a sale I saw on Buy.com for some new SanDisk Cruzer Titanium 4.0GB drives. I’ve already got a 1GB, and a 2GB drive, and I really like them. I figured since the deal was so good, I’d order two. For those thats don’t know, there is a lot more to a USB thumb drive than just the size. The other key piece of information is...

I’ve given up on ad’s 2

I’ve given up on ad’s

Well in case you can’t tell, I’ve given up on advertising around here (for those of you that don’t have adblock turned on). I looked at the amazon and google stats. I’ve made zip from google and as for amazon, there were only 2 click through purchases – and I have a feeling they were mine (against TOS of course – but I didn’t mean to do it). As for...

Retrospect + Exchange 2007? Eventually? Maybe? 0

Retrospect + Exchange 2007? Eventually? Maybe?

As much as I hate commercial backup software, we have Retrospect in the office that we use. When I bought the latest version with our new servers back in early last year, I asked Retrospect supported Exchange 2007. I was told that it didn’t, but it would be “in the near future” (2007-03-01). Every few months I email them asking for status. According to the most recent check “Exchange 2007...

Official: Heath Ledger still dead, not pining for the fjords 0

Official: Heath Ledger still dead, not pining for the fjords

Let me start by saying I am sorry that Heathcliff Andrew Ledger has died and I send out condolences to his loved ones. Note: HIS loved ones. Anyone who happens to be reading this is NOT one of those people, so tough luck (unless you really do happen to be one of his loved ones, in which case I demand proof or my previous statement shall stand {What? You have...

SPF 0

SPF

I’ve decided that its time to start propagating out SPF records for all domains I control. Mainly because one of my older domains that I use for receiving email only, is being spoofed by spammers AGAIN. Normally this is just an annoyance to me, but I prefer not to have MY domains blocked because of spammers. The fun part about using SPF is that alot of my domains simply have...