I just had four teeth pulled out of my head. For my recovery, I was looking forward to my legally purchased copy of Game of Thrones, Season 3. The plan was to get hepped up on goofballs and watch dragons and palace intrigue. Instead: I played by the rules. I bought the season pass from … Continue reading Hydrocodone and DRM
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about snollygosters firing 9 or every 10 sysadmins, even yet still more Google and privacy, hands-free computing, Gunnar's reputation management problems, and Dave's "how to say no" weapons turned against him.
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Google's expectations of privacy, VMware's expectations of profit, Dave's expectations of SELinux, and Gunnar's inflated expectations of productivity software.
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Evolution of evolution, skeumorphism (again), Onion Pi, Brick Pi, Red Hat Summit 2013, an interview with Nirmal Mehta and some lessons learned from Google and NSA. This is an enormous episode, the longest we've done yet. If you just want to hear from Nirmal, jump to 1:00:00. Yes, an hour in. This episode is epic.
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Eldritch horrors of the Windows NT kernel, How Google Broke Gunnar’s Heart (again), Shameless self-promotion from Dave, Shawn vs. OpenShift: do we have an opening bid?, LMCO DCGS DIB DDF brought to you by the letters L, G, P, and L, a new PaaS provider, and Week 1 of the Meeting Jihad.
Dave and Gunnar talk about Google Spring Apocalypse, UK Digital Policy, Rasberry Pi, how the operating system is dead (again), Code for America, Blue Button, Stalkers, and Gunnar's own personal Grand Theft Auto.
Word is out that Regina Dugan is leaving her post as director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to sign on with the empire of search-engine giant Google. But it looks like an ongoing Defense Department Inspector General’s office audit of DARPA contracts and conflict-of-interest policies will continue. Thank you, Charles S. Clark of … Continue reading On the quality of journalism in my industry
I'm a long-time fan of the mutt email client. I've probably been using it for ten years. It's quick, text-based, and does precisely what I want. I've been using the vim text editor for even longer than that. In using mutt and vim, though, I surrender some of the convenience of a mail client like … Continue reading Google contacts in mutt and vim