So I caved and succumbed to the lameness of Twitter mostly for the purposes of attending and coordinating things at large events. It’ll be hard to flow of people and […]
Dan’s Seattle Toorcon 0day keeps going and going and going and going. If you’re looking for details, the details that were leaked, confirmed, retracted, and denied, here’s a description and […]
Another perennial topic that seems to come up whenever I am speaking to someone who is a consumer of technology. If they are one of the people that I actually […]
It is always great when people make old memes new again. Like the Chuck Norris Facts morphing into a way more entertaining Bruce Schneier meme. I guess someone noticed that […]
It is a new Web 2.0 economy! All the rules have changed! Yeah. Sure they have. Right. It’s the same shell game of no revenue that everyone has played before. […]
I had the pleasure of setting up an online payment system that had the following goals Point and click payments available by url Not dealing with the complications of handling […]
Since then, at the time it was Mozilla’s combined email and web client, Thunderbird has done a great job with the internal PKI signed Microsoft encrypted mail (send by some in the consulting companies of which I have been a member) and many other tasks that have given other mailers problems.To solve my problem, the following solution to this calendaring problem can be found with Lightning and Provider.Even though Lightning is still a bit clunky, it is workable for properly formatting Outlook responses.With Provider, you can sync your calendar data with a google calendar…. One thing to keep in mind here is that google calendar is public world facing information, so take some time to think about if this works for the implementation you are considering.If the google calendar information isn’t clear enough, there are many other references that offer more screen captures and details.
Any geek worth their salt nowadays seems to have a mobile device such as a blackberry, sidekick, smartphone, or data card for a laptop oh their person when out and […]
So my DWL-G550 arrived today.”D-Link DWL-G550 High-Powered Wireless-G PCI Adapter” (D-Link Systems, Inc.)I threw it into the system and it powered up and loaded the correct Atheros drivers…. (Personal meaning you’re not running a authentication service like RADIUS, EAP or LEAP (which is just another kind of LEAP by Cisco), or 802.1x, but using PSK [Pre-shared Key] or a certificate.Second, now that you have your /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf configuration figured out from reading the instructions or from that link I mentioned.
You (the loan originator) have been paid and are not responsible for it anymore.I started reading about this more closely after seeing some petty whining from real estate agents on Yelp about Redfin…. I wish them the best of luck in their efforts as it is a true David vs Goliath challenge considering the profitability of the industry, the lobbying power of the MLS-running real estate companies, and how vehemently they protect their market.It reminds me a lot about how the established telecommunications companies freaked out over VOIP providers and how they wanted to maintain their artificial profit margin after several generations of technology increased efficiency from the 10 cents per minute levels of yesteryear to the 1 to 2 cent levels previous to the arrival of VOIP.Since trunking systems were already in place, the adoption of VOIP into corporate systems was as simple as getting the bandwidth and quality of service right for the voice data.Perhaps something along the same lines will evolve with MLS.