3,739 MP3s from 78s. Start grabbing ’em before the RIAA hits him. Oddly, “Aba Daba Honeymoon” was one of the songs my Aunt Marie requested in hospice, and we couldn’t find it except on Youtube.
A commercial company’s ability to innovate is inversely proportional to its proclivity to publicly release conceptual products–Kontra’s Law. AKA “Real artists ship.”
It makes sense. If you can predict hot products by watching search trends in cyberspace, you ought to be able to predict shooting wars by looking for politically motivated DDOS attacks.
An argument for soft-cooking green beans sounds pretty good to me.
A thorough review of McCain’s abortion voting record, public statements, and recollections of political acquaintances confirm his hardline pro-life stance.
According to Matthew Marlowe’s Blog, VMWare instances running ESX 3.5U2 in enterprise configurations have a license management bug that will prevent them from starting, beginning tomorrow.
The post has turned into a list of pretty helpful tips, including:
- A link to the VMWare KB article that has status updates
- Turn DRS off (or set sensitivity to 5)
- Avoid VMotion
- Avoid powering off VM’s
While the licensing bug does not appear to be related to security issues, this is a pretty good reminder of how mission critical hypervisor software is. It should be held to the same standards as operating systems.