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Linux (Fedora), pywws and WS-1090 Ambient Weather Station

Monday, November 7th, 2011

Configuring USB weather hardware (Ambient Weather WS-1090) with Fedora (Redhat Linux, FC13 at this time.) I did my initial HW testing with a Windows system.  While there is software to create nicely formatted weather web pages I would prefer an all Linux solution so I start hunting and locate pywws (Python software for USB Wireless Continue reading →

Social Media, Cyber Warfare & Cyber-Economics

Friday, September 16th, 2011

This is an interesting 2011 interview covering  the connections between  web/Internet social media, terrorism, cyber-terrorism, cyber warfare, and our global economy. With 2011 being a banner year for large commercial enterprise cyber-hacks (i.e. Sony & Epsilon breaches)  cyber warfare is clearly expanding into global-economic-cyber-warfare – lots to consider within this realm… Should you care? (pause Continue reading →

Epsilon breach: e-mail marketing issues

Friday, April 29th, 2011

In  the out-source era we continue to see it’s not my problem or it was a problem with one of our vendors…  So, which company is responsible for data that you share with them?  At some point we all need to ask ourselves, “Who are we doing business with?” Perhaps we should also ask, “Who Continue reading →

Slings! Arrows! Barbs! Slashes! – Search: What’s Next?

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

February/2011 – Search Tech-Leaders from Google, Bing & Blekko discuss ‘search’ & ‘web SPAM’… This content was found by accident only a few days after being created/published – some interesting views and worth some reflection. In one of the videos Matt Cutts (Google) comments on what appears to be Bing’s  end user’s use of Google Continue reading →

IPv4-ocolypse has arrived!

Saturday, February 5th, 2011

The last /8s for Internet IP address have been released to the official registries – soon, it will not be possible to get a new IPv4 assigned ‘Internet Address’… Should we be concerned? IMO – no & yes: No – this is not (or should not) be an issue for INTERNAL networks (i.e., non-public, in-your-building Continue reading →

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