Control Panel - In praise of dials, toggles, buttons, and bulbs. Now here's a rabbit hole to get lost down... via @firstname.lastname@example.org https://control--panel.com/
Check out our deep dive blog post - "High Availability L2TP LNS Steering with FreeRADIUS and ExaBGP" featuring specification, technical design, and implementation details of our L2TP RADIUS tunnel-steering configuration for wholesale XDSL/FTTP services. http://ow.ly/RxDD50DF1z2
Given how Starlink has control of the whole stack, it's amazing they're not deploying DNS64/NAT64 using 464XLAT. Plenty of mobile carriers in Europe have been using this as a huge legacy address space saver.
I take Starlink being all IPv4 CGNAT as validating my minimal viable product reasoning.
Interesting - favicons potential as stealth trackers "The complexity and feature-rich nature of modern browsers often lead to the deployment of seemingly innocuous functionality that can be readily abused by adversaries,” http://ow.ly/Cc1C50DxpHX
Never seen anything like it, in all our years of working in datacentres.
Paint me like one of your French moose!
To whoever was last in this rack in Telehouse TFM23: it might be time to do the right thing and own up! We know exactly when it happened from when that MikroTik's PSU1 failed, and a server lower in the rack suffered a bent CPU heatsink.
We're delivering white label ISP services to a development of 61 flats in Bolton - 1Gbit circuit providing 100mb symmetric connectivity to each flat with faster packages available
Interesting distributed file system development in Brave browser development IPFS http://ow.ly/rORI50Ds1HU
Construct the computer from your childhood or build an entire computer museum at home with these paper models, free to download and share - lockdown Origami! Print, Cut, Score, Fold and Glue.
Twitter acquiring newsletter publishing company Revue - interesting take on Twitter plans for long form content? via @email@example.com https://www.axios.com/twitter-newsletter-publishing-revue-8a74f20d-61c9-4095-9b3c-202c3b3fe77c.html
When Adobe Stopped Flash Content From Running It Also Stopped A Chinese Railroad:
ah Flash, used it before Adobe bought it - it was called FutureSplash - we animated a dancing Bez (cost us £500 for the 'worldwide' rights for Bez cartoon animations). http://ow.ly/8NtR50DkBnb
Good breakdown of costs in investing in a hardware startup (US venture model) - thanks @firstname.lastname@example.org
"RSS > AMP" is one of many decentralisation, federation and syndication hills we're prepared to die upon: https://faelix.net/news.xml
Over 1,000 brands ran ads alongside election misinformation - 'efficient' programmatic ad placement highly targeted and open to fraud -https://buff.ly/3sxBWXT
Exactly why we set up our privacy DNS service, available to anyone via DNS-over-HTTPS. Read more: https://faelix.net/ref/dns#privacy-dns
Governmental agencies are standardising on ad blockers because adtech is too much of a malware vector (it also makes it easy to spy on users).
How long before this is expected of CISOs in business too? How about we fix this before it's too late?
More GPT-3 AI - Creating Images from Text: like "an emoji of a baby penguin wearing a blue hat, red gloves, green shirt, and yellow pants" http://ow.ly/WssZ30rsnJ1
Cloudflare and Apple design a new privacy-friendly internet protocol | TechCrunch http://ow.ly/dQdj30rse0T
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