acronyminy – (akkro – nim – ih – nee) The disjointed sensation of knowing what an acronym means, but not remembering the exact words because you have used it so often you no longer think of it as an abbreviation. aka, “What does the acronym OSPF stand for ? Uh, protocol 89, uses multicast on […]
Archives for August 2008
Radia Perlman penned this poem while she developed Spanning Tree.
While the current Olympics is about as interesting as reviewing firewall rules, the current success of first world nations shows that money CAN buy you success. I’m hoping IT Managers can learn training lessons from this.
When I first heard about the logos, I thought, fair enough. Now I have had a closer look, and taken a few days to think about it – they are rubbish.
Found this guide, which is well done. Everyone who works in networking should make a cable at least once to understand. It builds tolerance of the cabling guys. How to Make a Network Cable – wikiHow