This is interesting. An anonymous message-sharing system for messages under 100MB, including full Unicode support. Hopefully the spammers won’t abuse it like they did with my site ncane.com. Created by Jason Irwin, who writes: The content can be text of
I am a person with many interests. In one conversation, I’ll introduce myself as a new filmmaker. In another, I’m a seasoned theatre actor. Sometimes I give talks on Microsoft’s data platform products, SQL Server and Azure SQL Database. There’s another
I hate the term “Internet of Things”. I say “Internet of Things” and “IoT” because everyone else does, but I don’t like it. Not everything needs to be online. There’s a Twitter account called @InternetOfShit which posts regularly on this
In my previous post, I wrote about how SSLMate has made my life easier. I also mentioned how SSL-based attacks like POODLE and Heartbleed have forced us into using TLS. Which is all very well, except that Microsoft’s whole premise
I am a part-owner in a company based in South Africa. Our headline act, if you will, is a website that customers log into to manage certain aspects of their business. This website needs to be secure for obvious reasons.
Six-One or Up is the latest post I’ve written on Born SQL’s blog. This piece talks about the end of life of Windows XP and Server 2003 R2, and why you should upgrade.
There’s been a major attack on all WordPress (and Joomla) websites worldwide. When I last read about it, over 150 000 IP addresses were involved in the botnet. My (fantastic) service provider, Site5, with whom I host all of my