Rejections of sites for portals are vague and give no clear indication why it was denied. Actually provide people with feedback why it was rejected and if possible how to correct the submission to resubmit.
Chalk this up in the "funny, but not really" category: Last week, a company working with Microsoft to combat copyright pirates asked Google to remove multiple Microsoft web pages from Google searches—for infringing Microsoft copyrights. Yep, Microsoft filed a Digital Millenium Copyright Act takedown request against itself, as Torrentfreak first spotted. This wasn't a case of internal idiocy or revenge, and it's also not quite as amusing as it m...
Perfect article on why content creators are barking up the wrong tree. You are not entitled to dictate how we consume the HTML/CSS/JS you make available from your server once you invite our connection to it. Either adapt with ads that are more considerate of users or die. You're not irreplaceable.
Man, using iptables on a wireless virtual interface to redirect helpless victims to Lemon Party should feel wrong, but I've seen so many people jump on my router with the wifi free and I'm just curious to know the responses of these helpless victims.
Apparently if you criticize a video show host's choice of sponsorship, her entire audience will tell you to either pay up or shut up, or apparently sexually assault my female siblings. What is wrong with some of you people? Have you no shame?
Ok, so my circuit breaker keeps tripping and apparently it's related to my A/C turning on. As soon as my A/C starts up, it stays on, but knocks out most of the lighting in my apartment and for whatever fucked up reason cuts the power to the distribution box for my Internet connection. So I have a choice until this is fixed... air conditioning... or Internet... this is really not cool.
We are as capable as we want ourselves to be. Keep this in mind and there is no end to what you can learn.
I am a general help-desk support technician, system administrator for
small businesses, as well as a programmer. Most of the time I assist
users with day-to-day troubleshooting issues as well as act as a IT
consultant for small businesses (primarily medical offices). I began
doing various IT-related work at the age of 15 during the late 90′s and
still actively work in the field doing a plethora of different
projects. I primarily work in the Central Florida area, but also provide
remote assistance to clients across the country.