Archive for the ‘Internet’ Category

Windows98 SE Revisited

| June 15th, 2013 | 1 Comment »
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With all the talks of Apple's IOS 7 and the soon to be Microsoft's Windows 8.1, I'd like to revisit one of the most memorable operating systems from years past. I've always like Windows 98, particularly Second Edition! So without further ado, I will be installing Windows 98 SE under VMware Fusion. Under VMware Fusion, once ...

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Vidyo Telepresence

| September 18th, 2010 | 1 Comment »

Yes, I know, it's not Cisco related. But having spent some time on their products and recently finishing a 3-day technical training course, this is my review of Vidyo's Personal Telepresence. I am going to  break it down into just a handful of topics. Overview Pricing/Products Configuration/Setup Final Thoughts. Overview Here's a quick primer on Vidyo Inc. Founded in 2005 and ...

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IPv6 Tunneling with Teredo

| February 26th, 2010 | 2 Comments »
Teredo by Microsoft

For those that do not have native IPv6 support from their ISP, will have to use some tunneling protocols in order to experience IPv6. These tunneling protocols (Teredo, 6to4, ISATAP) are considered transition technology because they are only meant for temporary use while the world balances serving up IPv4 and IPv6 simultaneously(Dual Stack). In this ...

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CNN Cyber ShockWave

| February 22nd, 2010 | No Comments »
Panel created by the Bipartisan Policy Center

Anyone happen to catch CNN's simulated massive cyber attack on the U.S government? It was an interesting simulation with a fictional news agency called GNN. The Bipartisan Policy Center created this simulation (hosted by CNN) to gain insight on how our government would react to a massive cyber attack that would disrupt all sorts of ...

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