Question for Samba experts from Jake: "How do we configure Samba so that the Windows computers in subnet A can mount a Samba share on the Linux machine that's running in subnet B?"
Outage update. The static server is back up, however not all functions are connected at this time. We are using a backup of the data on the static server, which was taken on Monday. This means that Radio weblogs, if they are to be brought current, may have to republish content that was posted on Monday, Tuesday or earlier today. We will post a howto explaining the process. In addition to the problems caused by the hacking, we also had a communication problem within UserLand that slowed things down.
I apologize for this on behalf of the whole company. The outage is something we have to deal with, and we did a far less than perfect job doing that. Our next efforts are going to be focused on assuring the security of the servers, so we may not immediately be responsive to user-level questions. Please try, if you can, to help each other out, and if possible, give us the benefit of the doubt. Thanks.
DaveNet: Coast vs Coast.
Ralph Hempel: Using CSS With Radio.
AP: "Ed Zander, Sun Microsystems Inc.'s president and chief operating officer, announced his retirement Wednesday after more than 15 years at the company."
Dallas Morning News: "If you operate a Web site and wish to link to this Site, you may link only to the home page of the Site and not to any other page or subdomain of us."
Bill Bishop, general manager of CBS MarketWatch, responds to today's DaveNet. "We are an online media firm that is going to make it, and we are based in SF. Viacom owns 34% of us, but we are an independent, public company. we are successful because we are not just trying to clone the Wall Street Journal on the Web; the Web is a fundamentally different medium than print, TV and radio (obviously) and we have worked hard to view it differently and also bring in the best and most relevant elements from traditional media. and nine million monthly readers show we can't be all wrong."
Press release: "Google's Award-Winning Search Engine to Power Search Functions Across America Online's Brands, Providing Consumers Easy Access to the Most Popular Search Engine Available."
Scott Johnson: "Am I the last FrontPage user out there?"
Paolo asks if the Web is becoming dangerous.
Thunder Road update
I caught myself singing the song again.
What's up with that?
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