Monthly Archives: June 2003

The mucho sweating and some grunting is over

Well this should make it official. While there is still boxes to be unpacked, the Move is over. Somber’s dad and I packed the truck by ourselves on Friday last week. It took us basically 5 hours to load the … Continue reading

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Have I been socially engineered?

My trials and tribulations in moving continued today. I thought I had gotten our phone service being isntalled taken care of on Monday with HickoryTech. In the process, I may have released private information to an unknown 3rd party. After … Continue reading

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Much Ado about Nothing

vnunet.com Microsoft halts GeCAD Linux/Novell AV As much as I am Novell sycophant, from the Novell perspective I see this as a non-starter. I am not sure what marketshare RAV had in the Linux market, but in the Novell market, … Continue reading

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Securing PHP

SecurityFocus HOME Infocus: Securing PHP: Step-by-Step I am just starting to learn PHP as a scripting language primarily because Netware 6.5 is going to include it and future administrative tools will reportedly be based upon it. I thought this article … Continue reading

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Sticker shock and Compendium

it was rather cool being mentioned in NWFusion Compendium with my recent ru-in with Salesman Steve from Citadel. He remained ever vigilant repeatedly calling back after that first day run-in, and calling me twice in the next 3 days. I … Continue reading

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Well the packing has started

First have updated the weight loss spreadsheets this morning to make them more readable. Somber and I have put the active attempts at weight loss on hold until the move. I have continued to lift weights, but have stopped doing … Continue reading

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All that's left is the sweating and the grunting

Well after the prospective buyers of our house took 11 days longer than originally expected to secure financing, our move is finally seeming more permanent. The last few days have been one setback and resolution after another. We found out … Continue reading

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415.2

The scale has arrived. The magic figure is: 415.2 All races must have a starting point and an ending point. I have a long way to go before I am done….

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Expensive to be too curious and in the security field

Bad raps for non-hacks Article describes the misfortune of security professionals, who committed the one sin common amongst most security “professionals” — curiousity. A particular professional, Scott Mouten, contracted to protect and administrate the network for a county in Georgia … Continue reading

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Mourning

Today we had to get rid of our dog, Lucky. I am sad and don’t feel like writing….

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