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allyoursmurf on Pippin's Song sung by cute college girl - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Nailed. it." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Since it seems that I have to change ALL of my passwords and start "from scratch", can anyone suggest apps/services that automate password management? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I like lastpass, but it's clunky for shell-like things. Thanks." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Ask crypto: unique anonymous identities? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Would this be equivalent to guaranteeing anonymous,unique, one-per-person, one-time-use passes to an online voting system? In other words, wouldn't solving this problem also solve one of the major sticking points in online voting?" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on 7 tech tools for GTD - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Thanks for this. As an avid evernote user, I'm gong to check this out." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on 7 tech tools for GTD - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I like asana a lot. I just wish the mobile apps were better. Their Twitter suggests that improved mobile apps are on the horizon, so I'm watching closely." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Best Auditing tool for user permissions and AD infrastructure? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"The UI does feel a bit clunky, but I also think that's in part due to the complex nature of the windows security model. For us, the gadget that allows end users to self-audit the areas they're responsible for. Are there similar tools we should be looking at?" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Best Auditing tool for user permissions and AD infrastructure? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"You describe your environment as a small shop, so this may be overkill, but we're looking at [Varonis](http://www.varonis.com/). Their toolset appears to be very complete. I doubt it would do the logstash/elasticsearch/kibana thing (or splunk, if you have the money), but it appears to do a great job of auditing AD access rights." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on What are some weird things Americans do that are considered weird or taboo in your country? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"While I agree with /u/cdb03b about public vs private matters, I've long thought the disparity between violence, nudity, and sex in film strange. Sex is private, sure, but nudity does not equal sex. Also, violence isn't public. Violence occurs when and where it's tolerated, where the violent can be violent without fear of reproach. In both, there's a difference between good and evil, and what at what age our children are ready to begin learning the true nature of the latter. We can and should teach good first, in all its forms, so that our kids are prepared to process, endure, and overcome evil." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on What are some weird things Americans do that are considered weird or taboo in your country? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"With butter in the bread" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on What are some weird things Americans do that are considered weird or taboo in your country? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"For use with grilled PB&J" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on What are some weird things Americans do that are considered weird or taboo in your country? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"With butter" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on What are some weird things Americans do that are considered weird or taboo in your country? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"But do you butter them too? (I do)" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on What are some weird things Americans do that are considered weird or taboo in your country? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I butter my peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. And no, not with peanut butter." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Lock broke, locked inside my apartment building, who do I call? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"If you're inside, you should be able to disassemble the lock mechanism with a screwdriver. That will let you open the door. Of course, then your door is wide open..." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Dear potential employers, these are the reasons I'm not responding to your job listing. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"It was a good idea, if poorly implemented. First, the number of characters you see in the input box shouldn't correspond to how many characters you actually type. Each keystroke should generate anywhere from one to three X's in the box. Next, the set of hieroglyphics you see corresponds to your password. Sort of a visual representation of a password hash. The idea is that if you type your password right, you should see the same pictogram set each time. Any typo, and you'll get a different set of hieroglyphics. It's a nice way to know you got your password right before hitting enter. And yeah, I know that's not exactly how Notes does things, but speaking as a security geek, I understand the underlying point, and I can acknowledge that it's a good concept. edit: words" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on When YouTube buffers it's "probably the network provider making life unpleasant for YouTube because YouTube has refused to pay in order to cross its wires to reach you" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"The mere possibly of this illustrates how precarious our Internet architecture has become, and why we must change it. The Internet may interpret censorship as damage and route around it, but that does little to help the end user who has only one path out. BTW, this makes municipal nets almost as bad. The profit motive may be reduced, but the average user would still only have one way out. Incidentally, does anyone have a good, human-digestable map or list of the peering agreements currently in place between the various ISPs? Such a tool, along with a method to show change history, could peel back the chain a bit." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on When YouTube buffers it's "probably the network provider making life unpleasant for YouTube because YouTube has refused to pay in order to cross its wires to reach you" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I'll go check my contact. My experience with "consumer" service (as opposed to business) is that the contact typically includes some form of "best effort" clause. So losing service gets me a refund, but a temporary slowing is considered a nominal condition and doesn't refund me. Also, how do I prove where the slow down is occurring? Could be my local loop, or ISP peering, or on the other side. This could change with each packet. Even then, it's my word against theirs. There are some new technologies coming that may help, like precision time protocol one-way ping. One wonders if we'll be allowed to use those tools to our benefit." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on When YouTube buffers it's "probably the network provider making life unpleasant for YouTube because YouTube has refused to pay in order to cross its wires to reach you" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Except for the tiered services model that imposes a higher fee for access to the root and top level nameservers." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Spy Agency Engaged In Internet “False Flag” Attacks - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Cited [article from NBC](http://www.nbcnews.com/news...) with a link to Snowden' leaked document That article makes it sound like GCHQ claims to be simply going after bad guys, fighting fire with fire, as it were. Haven't read the leaked doc yet." - Don Faulkner
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allyoursmurf on How to decorate a birthday cake - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"3 hours and not a single lie joke?" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on TIL if you have a fulltime job on campus (think custodial night shift, for example) you get a 90% tuition discount. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Can confirm. It can be a big help if you can work it right. As far as taking time out of your work hours for class, how easy that is depends on your particular situation. I feel I should also say that many staffers are paid well below market rate. Things like this help make up the difference." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on AMA Request: Frank Haas - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Probably true, but is the any reason why the AMA couldn't happen here in this sub?" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on [Rant] It's not a fucking magic box and I'm not a fucking wizard. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I've heard university professors on the topic of IT pros: "We don't train janitors."" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Twister is the fully decentralized P2P microblogging platform leveraging from the free software implementations of Bitcoin and BitTorrent protocols. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"> What about a standalone browser that natively supports Twister, Tor, Namecoin, all in one product? s/browser/OS/ would be interesting. Also, can we mix in XMPP and build a decentralized message buss?" - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Help finishing up SSL in apache - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Without knowing more, I'd say that the file mod_ssl.so isn't in the right place. Look for a LoadFile or LoadModule directive pointing to mod_ssl.so. You either need to change the path, put mod_ssl.so in the right place, or maybe your missing mod_ssl.so entirely for some reason. If you need more detailed help, it's best to post the portion of your config that applies. Either post it here (remember formatting!) or give us a link to a [pastebin](http://pastebin.com/), [gist](https://gist.github.com/), or similar." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Thanks to a great secret Santa! - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I know a couple brothers from there. Oddly, one of them named Mike. Greetings from Arkansas!" - Don Faulkner
Re: Free Giveaway of Administrating Solr - http://harmssite.com/2013...
"New to Solr, but I have a couple of projects that would directly benefit, like setting up a Reddit clone. I'd also like to experiment with search and information retrieval in some non-web scenarios." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Microsoft's solution for printing emails with BCC field shown in Outlook. I'm speechless. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Well, isn't that how email is supposed to work? The bcc addresses aren't saved in a header, or in any other way. When you think about it that way, there's nothing to print." - Don Faulkner
allyoursmurf on Banned Australian condom commercial - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Congratulations. You've won my first NSFW upvote (and comment)." - Don Faulkner
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