One BS Bingo term I learned from Scott Huston was ‘information sharing seminar’, which IIRC involves one person who goes to one of those free-tech seminars to return and write up a simple report sharing what they learned. This is distributed some how to the rest of the department, and facilitates sharing information and skills rather than … [Read more…]
I’ve been running Firefox 3 beta 3 for a week now; I love how fast it is. I even think the icon theme is OK. But it’s not 100% there.
The web GUI for managing my wireless controller (an Aruba 2400) doesn’t play right in it; my del.icio.us, LogMeIn, and a few other extensions add-ons don’t work; … [Read more…]
By default, a Windows file server will not respond to file share requests using anything other than what it believes to be its hostname. This means that DNS aliases, for all the talk about AD in 2000/2003 being the backbone, won’t work out of the box. Oh, you can use distributed file shares to do … [Read more…]