Monthly Archives: January 2010

Things They Forgot

Pat Robertson’s comments on Haiti basically boil down to “they got what was coming to them.” Mr. Robertson, I think you forgot Matthew 25:34-46 (KJV): 34Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world: 35For […]

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Poor Google? Not.

Since yesterday, the Net has been abuzz because of Google’s blog posting about their discovery they were being hacked by China. Almost every response I’ve seen has focused on the attempted hacking of the mailboxes of Chinese human rights activists. That’s exactly where Google wants you to focus. Let’s take a closer look at their […]

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From Whence Redundancy? Exchange 2010 Storage Essays, part 1

Updated 4/13 with improved reseed time data provided by item #4 in the Top 10 Exchange Storage Myths blog post from the Exchange team. Over the next couple of months, I’d like to slowly sketch out some of the thoughts and impressions that I’ve been gathering about Exchange 2010 storage over the last year or […]

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A Virtualization Metaphor

This is a rare kind of blog post for me, because I’m basically copying a discussion that rose from one of my Twitter/Facebook status updates earlier today: I wish I could change the RAM, CPU configuration on running VMs in #VMWare and have the changes apply on next reboot. This prompted one of my nieces, […]

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