Just a quick, fun link. It’s a list of the 100 oldest .com domain names with links to their WHOIS information. Most of them look familar, but there are a few odd balls in there.
Posts Categorized: Internet
Ed Felten and Alex Halderman released the smallest fully functional P2P application. TinyP2P is a 15 (yes 15) line Python program. The authors claim that they are not intending to facilitate copyright infringement, but are trying to show how easy it is to set up a P2P application. TinyP2P was written to show how easy… Read more »
Late last month, CNet News.com officially began to support the TalkBack and PingBack standards in weblogs. This is a major step in large media outlets seeing value in blogs.
Lycos Europe has apparently scrapped the MakeLoveNotSpam screen saver that turns the users computer in to a DDoS attacker against spamming web sites.
After moving from an apartment into a house we found ourselves with computers in different rooms; and they both needed internet access (and printer, and hard drive sharing).
I had an unfortunate experience with a small, cheap, inherited SMC ethernet hub. Originally I had two computers linked together with this switch and a DSL modem attached via a crossover cable. My computer had the PPoE dialer and a free proxy program to allow the other computer to get internet access. While not a… Read more »
Don’t complain about spam in your inbox anymore. Bill Gates gets over 4 million pieces of email per day.