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John Jackson (johnjac)
Works at Cisco Systems Inc.
Attended Prague, OK
Lives in Carry, NC
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NAS(Network attached storage) uses IP and Ethernet to transport files between servers and hard drives across a network. While SAN (Storage area network) uses a different protocol called Fibre Channel to transfer "blocks" (blocs are smaller parts of files) between servers and hard drives across a network. 

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Here is a This American life, that opens with the history of this this song http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/520/no-place-like-home 

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Take a second.
 
U.S. government agencies claim they don't need a warrant to ask for private content—such as Gmail messages, documents, photos and YouTube videos. (Here at Google, we push back.) We urge reform to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) to require a warrant for online info, just like for offline. 

If you're in the U.S., sign this petition to the White House today—we need 100,000 signatures to guarantee a response: http://goo.gl/N2C7Uu
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Funny that google does this 
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Elmo gets his revenge 
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Strangle-Me Elmo!
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Theverge.com feed doesn't show pictures in full article view, but does in other views. 
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this was just for a few days a month or so ago.  Works now for me.
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I'm guessing real ranches don't smell this tasty.  That's why it is hidden.
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I hope they we researching what to do with your other arm when you cuddle 
 
Who said "science is heartless"?
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Network Engineer for Cisco
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  • Cisco Systems Inc.
    Network Consulting Engineer, 2006 - present
  • OneNet (OK State Regents for Higher Ed)
    Network Engineer, 2000 - 2006
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Carry, NC
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Earlsboro, OK - Shawnee, OK - Norman, OK - Owasso, OK
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Geek in Residence in Oklahoma.
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  • Prague, OK
  • Oklahoma Baptist University
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StackSocial
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Apps + gear to make you better, faster, more awesome.

Inside the secret robot lab that's shaking up science
www.theverge.com

Inside a nondescript office park in Silicon Valley, a robotic arm is running a test. With rapid, precise movements, the arm pipettes colored

A Computer Fit For The Amish : NPR
www.npr.org

The key selling point is all the things it doesn't do. No Internet, no video, no music.

Schneier on Security: More on the NSA Commandeering the Internet
www.schneier.com

Schneier on Security. A blog covering security and security technology. « How Many Leakers Came Before Snowden? | Main. August 30, 2013. Mor

Bitar.io
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It's gotten to the point where I'm almost surprised when I type in the correct password for some account. The password box has become this g

OKGOP | Oklahoma Republican Party | Lankford: Absurd that NSA not transp...
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Washington, DC — Amid increasing media reports of the NSA's mishandling of American citizens' private information, Americans are rightfully

Take a snapshot of the entire internet in just 44 minutes with ZMap scanner
www.theverge.com

Surveying every IP address on the internet isn’t an easy task, and if you don’t have the luxury of a botnet, a single scan can take months.

Artificial Intelligence and What Computers Still Don't Understand
www.newyorker.com

The computers that tend to do well in Turing Tests are ones that lie. Hector Levesque wants to reimagine the field of artificial intelligenc

The Case Against Eating Lunch Outside
www.slate.com

The Slate D.C. office very much has a "sad desk salad" office culture, which I don't approve of, so I was excited when a colleague proposed

VIDEO: He-Man Sings “What's Up” by 4 Non Blondes
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Laugh until you cry with this video of He-Man singing the song “What's Up?” by 4 Non Blondes! Highly entertaining & hilarious animation from

Yes, Gmail users have an expectation of privacy
www.theverge.com

Consumer groups are up in arms today over a motion Google made in June to dismiss a class-action lawsuit alleging that Gmail violates federa

The NSA Is Commandeering the Internet
www.theatlantic.com

Technology companies have to fight for their users, or they'll eventually lose them.

BBC - Blogs - Adam Curtis - BUGGER
www.bbc.co.uk

BUGGER The recent revelations by the whistleblower Edward Snowden were fascinating. But they - and all the reactions to them - had one enorm

Building a panopticon: The evolution of the NSA’s XKeyscore
arstechnica.com

How the NSA went from off-the-shelf to a homegrown "Google for packets."

Here's the Most Idiotic and Brilliant App Ever - IGN
www.ign.com

This app is the last thing you'll ever open on the phone you currently own.

For Comic-Con's street preachers, hate gets results
www.theverge.com

As much as costumes and badges, street preachers are a part of Comic-Con. Some simply hand out tracts or display scripture, while others del

Don't Think of Your Home as an Investment
lifehacker.com

When buying a house, it's common advice to treat it as an investment. To a certain extent, that's a good idea, but as some experts have poin

When have econ blogs changed your mind about something?
noahpinionblog.blogspot.com

There are quite a lot of strong priors in the world, and there's also quite a lot of confirmation bias, which is even worse. I'd like to thi

U.S. Seemingly Unaware of Irony in Accusing Snowden of Spying
www.newyorker.com

At a press conference to discuss the accusations, an N.S.A. spokesman surprised observers by announcing the spying charges against Mr. Snowd

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