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I’m beginning to wonder if p2p social networking software will ever take off for the general populace or even be much of a concern. One of the reasons I feel that places like Myspace let people without the know-how or money easily setup their own web presence. While there were places like Geocities and Angelfire, […]

Last November we moved from a rental home into a home of our own. Unfortunately, the old woman before us never had cable television or internet and so we had to wait a month before the ISP was able to dig in a line and hook us up. Now that we have internet, I’ve finally […]

Needing a quick and dirty growl notification to know when a person restarted their computer, so I wrote up this originally one line script. . ‘\libs\growl\Send-Growl 3.1.ps1’; #http://poshcode.org/1464 #Might need to modify the file a little. $str = @(“down”, “up”); $last_ds = $false; while(1) { $new_ds = Test-Connection TargetHost -Quiet -Count 2; if($new_ds -ne $last_ds) […]

I recently saw the “We are the 99 Percent” blog on Tumblr. Which if we’re going by “millionaire” status, should be more like “We are the 96.777777 percent”. Reading the about/introduction page, I have to say that some of that applied to me. Then I attended some Financial Peace University classes. I started planning my […]

From what I can tell, there aren’t many…if any, IPv6 address range calculators. While I read it is recommended that you use the entire /64 block, I don’t think it’s always necessary to do so. Besides, what happens when you want to route only a portion of the block to one place? Example usage: ipv6range.ps1 […]

Well things turned for the worst this past weekend. I was upgrading my server from Ubuntu 9.10 to 10.10 and it failed. Thankfully I had made backups of the databases…or not! I’m exactly not sure what happened, but my best guess is that the disk I keep my site files on (html, php, etc.) was […]