I recently needed to do some alternating DNS and IP lookups recently, and this lookup page let me do both without having to switch between pages – very useful!
Another amazingly simple idea from Novel’s cool solutions crowd – blocking access to IE via pushing out the proxy settings in the registry.
Internet Week has an interesting story about Microsoft’s aspirations to kill off Blackberry and make it’s upcoming Windows Mobile upgrade, code-named Magneto the kind of the handheld hill. The reasoning is there- why pay for Microsoft Exchange and RIM’s BlackBerry Enterprise Server software if you can get all of the functionality from Exchange by itself? […]
According to eSchool News Online: “Kevin J. Martin, President Bush’s choice to lead the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) into a new era of digital transmissions, is a firm supporter of the eRate and other telecommunications programs that benefit education, according to an analysis of his voting record and public statements he has made as an […]
Story on newly and soon to be available spectrum in the US
Working for a public school district, I found this article from the BBC interesting. I think they are right – in the end it’s the quality of service, not the method of delivery that is the most important.
Firefox has released version 1.0.1, which fixes the IDN spoofing issue, as well as about a dozen other security issues, and added some performance enhancements. Right now it’s a manual install, and sounds fairly tricky. You may want to stick with the fix I posted earlier for working around this problem until Firefox releases 1.0.1 […]