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NFL Jersey Web Link-SPAM via Romania for China?

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

The Internet is great at creating anonymous opportunities to connect – you don’t really know ‘who you are talking to’ unless you dig for information. Using GeoIP data (geographical pin-pointing based in IP address) as a basis for network filtering has some ‘holes’ – it is possible for network activity to present ‘false’ (or at Continue reading →

How ‘secure’ is ‘secure enough’?

Monday, December 6th, 2010

How secure is secure enough?  With yet another round of Wiki-Leaks releases of sensitive US government documents you might be wondering: who is providing these sensitive documents? (aka, ‘the leak’, ‘the spy’, ‘the hacker’, ???) why would they release sensitive documents? (reverse espionage? or espionage subterfuge? some pervertedlogic?) is this a real problem? (yes – Continue reading →

Data Mining – Web Content Spammers & Blekko

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Have you noticed how the quality of pages that search engines are leading you to has/is declining?  Wonder why? [Lots of questions  in this post…] A partial answer:  content farms – web sites where articles are created based on hot topics; articles typically provide minimal useful information, are heavy with SEE (search-engine-enticements) but pages are Continue reading →

Using & Compiling mod_pagespeed for Apache and FreeBSD (& Linux)

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

Update 11/2011 – mod_pagespeed is now present in BSD ‘ports’ – which means that it should be simple to install.  Of course, you will still need to test prior to using in production. /ports/www/mod_pagespeed# cat pkg-descr mod_pagespeed is an open-source Apache module that automatically optimizes web pages and resources on them. It does this by Continue reading →

Installing MapServer – Open Source Web Mapping Solution

Friday, September 24th, 2010

MapServer is an Open Source solution for generating and manipulating maps (publishing spatial data and interactive web applications.)  While you could use Google Maps or some other provider I see advantages to creating your own maps (without any license restrictions.)  NOTE – kudos & ‘hats off!’ to the folks providing this solution!  As is usual Continue reading →

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