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  • 08/01/12--11:20: damn you olympics...
  • damn you olympics...
    posted by Zorion Terrell on Aug. 1, 2012, 2:20 p.m. (1 year, 3 months, 16 days ago)

    Traffic graph attached….

     

     

    dhx media

    Zorion Terrell

    IT Manager | DHX Media Vancouver

    e: zorion.terrell@dhxmedia.com

    p: 604-684-2363 | m: 604-562-5148

    600-190 Alexander St,

    Vancouver, BC V6A 1B5

     

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    dhx media

    Zorion Terrell

    IT Manager | DHX Media Vancouver

    e: zorion.terrell@dhxmedia.com

    p: 604-684-2363 | m: 604-562-5148

    600-190 Alexander St,

    Vancouver, BC V6A 1B5

     


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    CS6 Bridge/Camera Raw problems (Snow Leopard)
    posted by Bill Heiden on Aug. 1, 2012, 6:05 p.m. (1 year, 3 months, 16 days ago)
    Was wondering if anyone has problems trying to open a raw file in CS6 Bridge? The same raw file will open fine in CS5 Bridge. The raw file does open in CS6 Photoshop with no problems. This makes it impossible for an artist to browse through a group of raw files in CS6 Bridge and open them without separately opening them within Photoshop. The dialog box that pops when you attempt to open a raw file in CS6 Bridge is attached. FTR- this is only happening in Snow Leopard.
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    Was wondering if anyone has problems trying to open a raw file in CS6 Bridge? The same raw file will open fine in CS5 Bridge. The raw file does open in CS6 Photoshop with no problems. This makes it impossible for an artist to browse through a group of raw files in CS6 Bridge and open them without separately opening them within Photoshop. The dialog box that pops when you attempt to open a raw file in CS6 Bridge is attached. FTR- this is only happening in Snow Leopard.

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  • 08/02/12--13:20: Aspera costs
  • Aspera costs
    posted by Greg Whynott on Aug. 2, 2012, 4:20 p.m. (1 year, 3 months, 15 days ago)
    Its been awhile since I was involved in an Aspera procurement, was wondering if anyone knows what a ball park figure would be to purchase what is need for a 100 megabit connection (of which i think we would want to use a maxium of 80 for this).

    very general range, 1-2k, 2-5k 5-10k etc...

    thanks much!

    -=g

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    Its been awhile since I was involved in an Aspera procurement, was wondering if anyone knows what a ball park figure would be to purchase what is need for a 100 megabit connection (of which i think we would want to use a maxium of 80 for this).

    very general range, 1-2k, 2-5k 5-10k etc...

    thanks much!

    -=g


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    Reminder SIGGRAPH 2012 Meet & Greet w/Avere
    posted by John Hickson on Aug. 3, 2012, 8:50 a.m. (1 year, 3 months, 14 days ago)

    All,

     

    Final reminder for the event at SIGGRAPH next week. There are still a few spots open if you would like to attend.

     

    Stop by for drinks and talk with fellow StudioSysAdmins members J

     

    RSVP on-line or e-mail: john.hickson@studiosysadmins.com

     

    -John

     

    Feed: StudioSysAdmins Events
    Posted on: Thursday, July 19, 2012 10:13 AM
    Author: StudioSysAdmins Events
    Subject: SIGGRAPH 2012 Meet & Greet w/Avere

     

    StudioSysAdmins SIGGRAPH 2012 Meet and Greet w/Avere

    Members of StudioSysAdmins attending SIGGRAPH 2012 in Los Angeles, California are cordially invited to join us for food, drinks and conversation at our SIGGRAPH 2012 Meet and Greet. This is a good chance for you to meet fellow members of StudioSysAdmins and catch up with exciting new technologies on the convention floor.

     

    Event Details:

     

     

     

    Sponsor:

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    When:

     

    Tuesday August 7th, 2012 @ 7:00pm-8:30pm

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Where:

     

    JW Marriot LA Live

     

     

     

     

    900 West Olympic Boulevard
    Los Angeles, California
    90015

     

    ** Contest Alert **

     

    One lucky member will win an Apple MacBook Air
    (draw open to non-vendors members only)

    We would like to thank Avere for both arranging and sponsoring this event.

    Please RSVP to this event early, as space is limited.


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    All,

     

    Final reminder for the event at SIGGRAPH next week. There are still a few spots open if you would like to attend.

     

    Stop by for drinks and talk with fellow StudioSysAdmins members J

     

    RSVP on-line or e-mail: john.hickson@studiosysadmins.com

     

    -John

     

    Feed: StudioSysAdmins Events
    Posted on: Thursday, July 19, 2012 10:13 AM
    Author: StudioSysAdmins Events
    Subject: SIGGRAPH 2012 Meet & Greet w/Avere

     

    StudioSysAdmins SIGGRAPH 2012 Meet and Greet w/Avere

    Members of StudioSysAdmins attending SIGGRAPH 2012 in Los Angeles, California are cordially invited to join us for food, drinks and conversation at our SIGGRAPH 2012 Meet and Greet. This is a good chance for you to meet fellow members of StudioSysAdmins and catch up with exciting new technologies on the convention floor.

     

    Event Details:

     

     

     

    Sponsor:

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    When:

     

    Tuesday August 7th, 2012 @ 7:00pm-8:30pm

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Where:

     

    JW Marriot LA Live

     

     

     

     

    900 West Olympic Boulevard
    Los Angeles, California
    90015

     

    ** Contest Alert **

     

    One lucky member will win an Apple MacBook Air
    (draw open to non-vendors members only)

    We would like to thank Avere for both arranging and sponsoring this event.

    Please RSVP to this event early, as space is limited.


    View article...


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  • 08/03/12--08:25: Binding Linux to AD
  • Binding Linux to AD
    posted by Andrina Kelly on Aug. 3, 2012, 11:25 a.m. (1 year, 3 months, 14 days ago)
    We've been experimenting with binding CentOS to our 2003 AD.  We can create a successful bind and get a Kerberos ticket with no issues, what we'd like to figure out though is how to map the uid to the AD attribute of UniqueID instead of the Linux box maintaining it's own list of uids ? I.e. The same behaviour that the AD plugin in OS X exhibits.

    We don't have SFU on AD, nor can we modify this as it's a larger corporate install.

    Any insight would be appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Andrina

    _______________________________________________________

    Andrina Kelly   |   Senior Systems Administrator, Creative Technology

    Bell Media  t 416.384.4995  f 416.384.6398  m 416.807.0908

    9 Channel Nine Court Scarborough, ON Canada M1S 4B5

    Description: Description: http://www.bell.ca/home/Home_Personal.page?language=en

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    We've been experimenting with binding CentOS to our 2003 AD.  We can create a successful bind and get a Kerberos ticket with no issues, what we'd like to figure out though is how to map the uid to the AD attribute of UniqueID instead of the Linux box maintaining it's own list of uids ? I.e. The same behaviour that the AD plugin in OS X exhibits.

    We don't have SFU on AD, nor can we modify this as it's a larger corporate install.

    Any insight would be appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Andrina

    _______________________________________________________

    Andrina Kelly   |   Senior Systems Administrator, Creative Technology

    Bell Media  t 416.384.4995  f 416.384.6398  m 416.807.0908

    9 Channel Nine Court Scarborough, ON Canada M1S 4B5

    Description: Description: http://www.bell.ca/home/Home_Personal.page?language=en


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    Realise Studio - Systems Administrator / DevOps vacancy
    posted by Paul Simpson on Aug. 3, 2012, 11:55 a.m. (1 year, 3 months, 14 days ago)
    Systems Administrator / DevOps position

    The job requires someone who is able to manage, support and improve as well as work actively with the development team to roll out new technologies and make them work well with the current infrastructure.

    The IT infrastructure relies heavily on in-depth knowledge of Linux-based operating systems as well as established open networking standards as well as how they interact with more common off the shelf systems (Windows, Mac OS X).

    An essential part of the job is the ability to quickly adapt to new challenges, ability to troubleshoot and research emerging technologies and at the same be available to support technical as well as non-technical users perform their duties.

    The ideal candidate is a confident, self-sufficient, well-rounded systems generalist with in-depth knowledge of how to manage a heavily Linux based facility.?

    Knowledge of most of the following technologies essential:
    - Common Networking Services DHCP / DNS / SMTP / VPN
    -?Lower level networking knowledge (VLAN/Trunking/routing)
    -?LDAP authentication and integration
    -?Filesystems and storage (XFS, LVM, HW/SW RAID)
    -?Networked storage (FC, NFS, CIFS)
    -?Fluency in at least one scripting language (Perl, Python, Bash etc)
    -?Virtualization (KVM, Xen etc)
    -?Automation tools (kickstart, autoyast, puppet)

    If you are interested in applying for this position please email paul at realisestudio dot com

    Realise Studio is an award winning and expanding Post Production Company based in the heart of Soho, London. ?For more information: www.realisestudio.com


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    Systems Administrator / DevOps position

    The job requires someone who is able to manage, support and improve as well as work actively with the development team to roll out new technologies and make them work well with the current infrastructure.

    The IT infrastructure relies heavily on in-depth knowledge of Linux-based operating systems as well as established open networking standards as well as how they interact with more common off the shelf systems (Windows, Mac OS X).

    An essential part of the job is the ability to quickly adapt to new challenges, ability to troubleshoot and research emerging technologies and at the same be available to support technical as well as non-technical users perform their duties.

    The ideal candidate is a confident, self-sufficient, well-rounded systems generalist with in-depth knowledge of how to manage a heavily Linux based facility.?

    Knowledge of most of the following technologies essential:
    - Common Networking Services DHCP / DNS / SMTP / VPN
    -?Lower level networking knowledge (VLAN/Trunking/routing)
    -?LDAP authentication and integration
    -?Filesystems and storage (XFS, LVM, HW/SW RAID)
    -?Networked storage (FC, NFS, CIFS)
    -?Fluency in at least one scripting language (Perl, Python, Bash etc)
    -?Virtualization (KVM, Xen etc)
    -?Automation tools (kickstart, autoyast, puppet)

    If you are interested in applying for this position please email paul at realisestudio dot com

    Realise Studio is an award winning and expanding Post Production Company based in the heart of Soho, London. ?For more information: www.realisestudio.com



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  • 08/03/12--11:50: off
  • off
    posted by Mathew Sherman on Aug. 3, 2012, 2:50 p.m. (1 year, 3 months, 14 days ago)
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  • 08/03/12--13:20: on
  • on
    posted by Anthony Hoit on Aug. 3, 2012, 4:20 p.m. (1 year, 3 months, 14 days ago)
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    OSX Lion/Mountain Lion Finder NFS Caching Issues
    posted by Jordan Soles on Aug. 4, 2012, 8:55 a.m. (1 year, 3 months, 13 days ago)
    Hi,

    I thought I would ask this forum since I don't seem to be getting much traction at Apple, but ever since we upgraded to Lion (or even Mountain Lion) our Finder has issues reporting back the correct contents from our NFS filesystem.

    The steps to reproduce the problem are as follows:
    - park a Finder window on a certain parent folder on two separate macs
    - create a new child folder on mac #1
    - rename the new folder on mac #1
    - copy a file into the new folder
    - mac #2 will always see the new folder named "Untitled Folder" (unless you are incredibly fast at renaming it)
    - mac #2 will never see the contents of the folder

    This appears to be exclusively a Finder issue as going through the terminal shell doesn't exhibit this problem at all.

    Further, I have verified the behaviour doesn't exist when connected through SMB so it appears to be protocol specific.

    Obviously forcing people to avoid Finder isn't a very practical solution given it's deep integration into the OS...but any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Jordan

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    JORDAN SOLES
    Office:?? ??514 397 9999 ?x 400
    Cell:?? ? ??514 699 0414
    Skype:????jordansoles





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    Hi,

    I thought I would ask this forum since I don't seem to be getting much traction at Apple, but ever since we upgraded to Lion (or even Mountain Lion) our Finder has issues reporting back the correct contents from our NFS filesystem.

    The steps to reproduce the problem are as follows:
    - park a Finder window on a certain parent folder on two separate macs
    - create a new child folder on mac #1
    - rename the new folder on mac #1
    - copy a file into the new folder
    - mac #2 will always see the new folder named "Untitled Folder" (unless you are incredibly fast at renaming it)
    - mac #2 will never see the contents of the folder

    This appears to be exclusively a Finder issue as going through the terminal shell doesn't exhibit this problem at all.

    Further, I have verified the behaviour doesn't exist when connected through SMB so it appears to be protocol specific.

    Obviously forcing people to avoid Finder isn't a very practical solution given it's deep integration into the OS...but any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Jordan

    --
    JORDAN SOLES
    Office:?? ??514 397 9999 ?x 400
    Cell:?? ? ??514 699 0414
    Skype:????jordansoles






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  • 08/04/12--08:50: cool tools for unix
  • cool tools for unix
    posted by Greg Whynott on Aug. 4, 2012, 11:50 a.m. (1 year, 3 months, 13 days ago)
    i'm a big fan of screen, so when my friend told me about these tools, i fell in love with the concept again... 8)

    tmux http://tmux.sourceforge.net/

    multiplexing screen!


    and

    xpra http://xpra.org/

    basically 'screen' for GUI applications.
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    i'm a big fan of screen, so when my friend told me about these tools, i fell in love with the concept again... 8)

    tmux http://tmux.sourceforge.net/

    multiplexing screen!


    and

    xpra http://xpra.org/

    basically 'screen' for GUI applications.

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  • 08/04/12--10:55: HSSDC-DB9 cable
  • HSSDC-DB9 cable
    posted by Vincent Liggio on Aug. 4, 2012, 1:55 p.m. (1 year, 3 months, 13 days ago)
    Anyone need some 15m HSSDC-DB9 cables? Looks like this: https://nuxx.net/gallery/v/random_stuff/takemystuff/IMG_5792.jpg.html I have three of them and no need for them, free for the cost of shipping. Vince To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
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    Anyone need some 15m HSSDC-DB9 cables? Looks like this: https://nuxx.net/gallery/v/random_stuff/takemystuff/IMG_5792.jpg.html I have three of them and no need for them, free for the cost of shipping. Vince To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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    Senior Systems Administrator Job Available - Lipsync Post, London
    posted by David Lloyd on Aug. 6, 2012, 8:05 a.m. (1 year, 3 months, 11 days ago)

    This job advert is also online at:
    http://www.lipsyncpost.co.uk/jobs



    Lipsync Post are currently looking for a bright, motivated, generalist system administrator. The role entails both day-to-day support and project work to sustain and improve our primarily Linux based infrastructure.

    Main Responsibilities
    ? Technical Support for team of visual effects artists.
    ? Planning and provisioning of systems hardware, software and related infrastructure.
    ? Security and integrity of systems and data.
    ? Documentation of systems and procedures.
    ? Monitoring and proactive maintenance.

    Required Skills
    ? In-depth knowledge and ability to solve OS and application problems, primarily in Linux, but some Windows and MacOSX.
    ? Experience of storage technologies and network filesystems.
    ? Strong Unix command line skills.
    ? Proficient scripting ability in Python, Perl or Bash.
    ? Knowledge of deployment and management systems such as Puppet or Spacewalk.
    ? Good general networking knowledge.
    ? Flexibility and ability to work under pressure.
    ? Good verbal and written communication skills, and ability to build strong relationships with artistic and production staff.
    ? Knowledge of film and digital colour pipelines.

    Additional Skills that would be beneficial
    ? Previous experience of Nuke, Maya, Mental Ray and other common VFX software.
    ? Experience of Exchange/AD administration.
    ? Experience of LAMP systems.


    Please note that you must be permitted to work in the UK to be eligible for this post, we are currently unable to sponsor a work permit.


    Please apply via the online facility here.

    Or by post to:

    VFX Recruitment
    195 Wardour St
    London, W1F 8ZG
    UK


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    This job advert is also online at:
    http://www.lipsyncpost.co.uk/jobs



    Lipsync Post are currently looking for a bright, motivated, generalist system administrator. The role entails both day-to-day support and project work to sustain and improve our primarily Linux based infrastructure.

    Main Responsibilities
    ? Technical Support for team of visual effects artists.
    ? Planning and provisioning of systems hardware, software and related infrastructure.
    ? Security and integrity of systems and data.
    ? Documentation of systems and procedures.
    ? Monitoring and proactive maintenance.

    Required Skills
    ? In-depth knowledge and ability to solve OS and application problems, primarily in Linux, but some Windows and MacOSX.
    ? Experience of storage technologies and network filesystems.
    ? Strong Unix command line skills.
    ? Proficient scripting ability in Python, Perl or Bash.
    ? Knowledge of deployment and management systems such as Puppet or Spacewalk.
    ? Good general networking knowledge.
    ? Flexibility and ability to work under pressure.
    ? Good verbal and written communication skills, and ability to build strong relationships with artistic and production staff.
    ? Knowledge of film and digital colour pipelines.

    Additional Skills that would be beneficial
    ? Previous experience of Nuke, Maya, Mental Ray and other common VFX software.
    ? Experience of Exchange/AD administration.
    ? Experience of LAMP systems.


    Please note that you must be permitted to work in the UK to be eligible for this post, we are currently unable to sponsor a work permit.


    Please apply via the online facility here.

    Or by post to:

    VFX Recruitment
    195 Wardour St
    London, W1F 8ZG
    UK



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    =?utf-8?q?TACTIC_Now_Open_Source=3F!?=
    posted by Jeremy Oddo on Aug. 6, 2012, 12:05 p.m. (1 year, 3 months, 11 days ago)

     

    Sorry if this has been posted already... I've had my head buried in the server room for a couple weeks.

     

    Southpaw releases TACTIC to open source. Things just got interesting:

    http://www.southpawtech.com/sales-and-support/open-source/

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    Sorry if this has been posted already... I've had my head buried in the server room for a couple weeks.

     

    Southpaw releases TACTIC to open source. Things just got interesting:

    http://www.southpawtech.com/sales-and-support/open-source/


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  • 08/06/12--10:15: TACTIC Now Open Source?!
  • TACTIC Now Open Source?!
    posted by Nick Allevato on Aug. 6, 2012, 1:15 p.m. (1 year, 3 months, 11 days ago)
    Open source for the win!

    -nick



     
    Nick Allevato | Information Technology | 
     
    Cell: +1.661.645.3507 
    Office: +1.323.337.9990

    On Aug 6, 2012, at 9:02 AM, joddo@edenfx.com wrote:

     

    Sorry if this has been posted already... I've had my head buried in the server room for a couple weeks.

     

    Southpaw releases TACTIC to open source. Things just got interesting:
    To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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    Open source for the win!

    -nick



     
    Nick Allevato | Information Technology | 
     
    Cell: +1.661.645.3507 
    Office: +1.323.337.9990

    On Aug 6, 2012, at 9:02 AM, joddo@edenfx.com wrote:

     

    Sorry if this has been posted already... I've had my head buried in the server room for a couple weeks.

     

    Southpaw releases TACTIC to open source. Things just got interesting:
    To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe


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  • 11/05/13--20:40: Managing POSIX data in AD
  • Managing POSIX data in AD
    posted by Jeremy Webber on Nov. 5, 2013, 11:40 p.m. (13 days ago)
    Our site currently runs Active Directory for Windows and some Mac clients and NIS for Linux and some Mac clients.

    We wish to consolidate this into a single directory (Active Directory) by using the POSIX RFC2307 attributes which are defined in AD 2003 R2 and later (we just upgraded ours to Windows 2008 functional level).

    We have many NIS maps which we use in addition to the passwd and group maps. We also use netgroup, ethers and a whole bunch of locally defined automount maps.

    My question: how do others manage the POSIX information in AD?

    Microsoft provide a GUI which kind of works for users and groups, but for the other maps I cannot see any form of intelligent management at all. I'd really hate to have to manage all this information using the GUI "attribute editor", it would be horribly error-prone. Plus we use automated builds in of our automount maps to generate multiple maps out of single source files.

    I don't think there will be an issue of client configuration, etc, as AD is close enough to RFC2307. This question is about how to manage information in the directory, rather than how to configure clients to use it.

    Thanks for any information you can provide,
      Jeremy

    -- 
    Jeremy Webber
    Senior Systems Engineer
    Animal Logic Pty Ltd
    T: +61 2 9383 4837
    F: +61 2 9383 4801

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    Our site currently runs Active Directory for Windows and some Mac clients and NIS for Linux and some Mac clients.

    We wish to consolidate this into a single directory (Active Directory) by using the POSIX RFC2307 attributes which are defined in AD 2003 R2 and later (we just upgraded ours to Windows 2008 functional level).

    We have many NIS maps which we use in addition to the passwd and group maps. We also use netgroup, ethers and a whole bunch of locally defined automount maps.

    My question: how do others manage the POSIX information in AD?

    Microsoft provide a GUI which kind of works for users and groups, but for the other maps I cannot see any form of intelligent management at all. I'd really hate to have to manage all this information using the GUI "attribute editor", it would be horribly error-prone. Plus we use automated builds in of our automount maps to generate multiple maps out of single source files.

    I don't think there will be an issue of client configuration, etc, as AD is close enough to RFC2307. This question is about how to manage information in the directory, rather than how to configure clients to use it.

    Thanks for any information you can provide,
      Jeremy

    -- 
    Jeremy Webber
    Senior Systems Engineer
    Animal Logic Pty Ltd
    T: +61 2 9383 4837
    F: +61 2 9383 4801


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    Bigger than Google Fiber: LA plans citywide gigabit for homes and businesses: Free broadband for all, and gigabit for those who can afford it.
    posted by Michael Oliver on Nov. 6, 2013, 12:50 a.m. (12 days ago)
    Still a ways off but headed in the right direction. ?Go Garcetti!

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    Still a ways off but headed in the right direction. ?Go Garcetti!


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    Bigger than Google Fiber: LA plans citywide gigabit for homes and businesses: Free broadband for all, and gigabit for those who can afford it.
    posted by Brian Krusic on Nov. 6, 2013, 1 a.m. (12 days ago)
    I seriously doubt the cost will be borne by the vendor and if so initially will be passed down to us in the form of more taxes.

    What really kills me is that I'm 3 blocks away from the Ventura County border.  If I was on that side, these costly wasteful LA County taxes wouldn't effect me.

    What a crappy week;

    My favorite vendor is closing shop.

    Art Bell quit his new XM show Dark Matters which I loved.

    And now this, more new taxes so that every one gets free broadband.

    - Brian

    Sent from my stupid POS iPhone on the craptaculous AT&T network.

    On Nov 5, 2013, at 9:44 PM, Michael Oliver <mcoliver@gmail.com> wrote:

    Still a ways off but headed in the right direction.  Go Garcetti!

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    I seriously doubt the cost will be borne by the vendor and if so initially will be passed down to us in the form of more taxes.

    What really kills me is that I'm 3 blocks away from the Ventura County border.  If I was on that side, these costly wasteful LA County taxes wouldn't effect me.

    What a crappy week;

    My favorite vendor is closing shop.

    Art Bell quit his new XM show Dark Matters which I loved.

    And now this, more new taxes so that every one gets free broadband.

    - Brian

    Sent from my stupid POS iPhone on the craptaculous AT&T network.

    On Nov 5, 2013, at 9:44 PM, Michael Oliver <mcoliver@gmail.com> wrote:

    Still a ways off but headed in the right direction.  Go Garcetti!

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  • 11/05/13--22:10: OTOY Octane Render
  • OTOY Octane Render
    posted by Michael Oliver on Nov. 6, 2013, 1:10 a.m. (12 days ago)
    Anyone play with Otoy's Octane Renderer for Maya? ?They just banded with Mozilla and AWS to allow Maya in a HTML 5 browser running off an Amazon EC2 instance. ?Another huge step towards a true distributed cloud based "facility".

    https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2013/11/05/mozilla-otoy-and-autodesk-work-to-deliver-high-performance-games-and-applications-on-the-web/


    http://render.otoy.com/

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    Anyone play with Otoy's Octane Renderer for Maya? ?They just banded with Mozilla and AWS to allow Maya in a HTML 5 browser running off an Amazon EC2 instance. ?Another huge step towards a true distributed cloud based "facility".

    https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2013/11/05/mozilla-otoy-and-autodesk-work-to-deliver-high-performance-games-and-applications-on-the-web/


    http://render.otoy.com/

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  • 11/06/13--12:35: Breaking out of PRISM
  • Breaking out of PRISM
    posted by Michael Oliver on Nov. 6, 2013, 3:35 p.m. (12 days ago)
    Good compilation of various open source software that can be used to circumvent NSA eavesdropping. ?

    https://prism-break.org

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    Good compilation of various open source software that can be used to circumvent NSA eavesdropping. ?

    https://prism-break.org

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    pre-emptive friday OT... easter eggs
    posted by Greg Whynott on Nov. 6, 2013, 4:10 p.m. (12 days ago)
    while watching youtube, click on a white area to the right somewhere, then on your number pad (with num lock on) type '1980'. without quotes. you'll be treated to a game of missile command.

    -g

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    while watching youtube, click on a white area to the right somewhere, then on your number pad (with num lock on) type '1980'. without quotes. you'll be treated to a game of missile command.

    -g


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