Archive | May, 2013

@MaxCDN: The Proper Way to Handle a Hack

It’s not often that I give out praise for how a company handles a security breach, especially one that could contains usernames and passwords. Normally, the scenario is as follows: Deny Deny Stall Cover-up Fess-up Ask for forgiveness and promise to never, ever, do it again   This was not the case today when I […]

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Windows 8, Is It Really DOA?

Issues or Not? Over the past couple of days I have read some very interesting posts by people having issues with Windows 8 or the perception that Windows 8 doesn’t have something when it actually does. In particular, this post on Softpedia here and this one on Binary Passion here kind of illustrate my point. […]

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The Future of Bitcoin?

A lot of press has been made of Bitcoin in the last few years, but what exactly is the phenomenon and how could or would it affect the way that we handle transactions? Background For the uninitiated. Bitcoin is a form of cryptocurrency … or more plainly stated, it’s a form of digital currency that […]

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A New Direction

My blog has gone through SEVERAL iterations over the past several years, mainly depending on what mood I am in at a particular time or what technology I am using. I have basically tried them all… big platform content management systems and open source projects. For the longest time, as this blog grew in popularity […]

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