L33tdawg: I have to agree with this one -- even I am guilty of reusing the same password for various different websites or servers. It's a bad habit I know, but it's one that's hard to break away from.
The government of Tokelau and some San Francisco companies came together offering people a new domain extension. That is .TK - And they are giving out domain names to point to existing web sites. Otherwise to actually own the name with full permission to setup yer own NS its 9.95 a year. Lots of nice domains are out there. Snag yer .TK before someone else does. www.DOT.TK
“There are two ways to attack a data centre very quickly,” says Richard Brown solemnly, as he leads the way through the dead mans zone. “The first is to kill the power, and the second is to attack the air conditioning.”
He stops for a moment before continuing the tour and points out some details which make it impossible to escape from the dimly lit metal and glass cell in which he stands.
Even though the Business Software Alliance deploys its media machine to urge employees to report illegal software use in corporations, one wonders what, if anything, is done about these transgressions.
Although I may regret admitting this when I get an e-mail from the BSA wanting to collect damages, several years ago during my teen years I was one of the many young individuals that frequented Usenet newsgroups, FTP sites, and IRC boards in an effort to pirate software.