• How to shut down a website
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    How to shut down a website

    – After the horrific shooting in El Paso, a small barely moderated forum became the center of attention. – 8chan. – After 8chan. – I mean it was on 8chan. – A site 8chan. – The killer posted a rambling essay on 8chan, laying out his hate fueled motives. And it wasn’t the first time this had happened either. Since it’s launch in 2013, 8chan has become known as a place where hate can thrive. Even it’s founder has said we’d be better off if the site just disappeared. And any company that works with 8chan is under pressure to kick it offline. But how do you take a site…

  • Windows Server 2008: winload.exe is missing or corrupt (ENG / ESP / SVK)
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    Windows Server 2008: winload.exe is missing or corrupt (ENG / ESP / SVK)

    So this is the first part of the “Recovering the server” series. Today I’m going to show you how to solve this error: winload is missing or corrupt Insert the Windows installation disc and Restart your server Press next Click On Repair your computer Open the console It can happen that this command will fail the first time you run it, like it will happen now But you can fix that running this other command Now try again Restart the server one more time and… … this is done.

  • CGU Stories – Kiera Peacock and the Paul Gray Personal Computing Museum
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    CGU Stories – Kiera Peacock and the Paul Gray Personal Computing Museum

    (static) – Our concern must be for us. ♪We’re through being–♪ (static) – [Announcer] Cafe Vienna with the spicy– (static) (beep) – [Announcer] From Radio Shack the TRS80 Model 3 and at $200 off, it’s a great value. (static) (tempo music) When we were touring campus the other day, I got to see for the first time something I heard a lot about but hadn’t been able to actually touch and feel and it’s the Paul Gray Computer Museum. – Paul Gray was the founding chair of the programs and information science. The origin of the Paul Gray Personal Computing Museum was his desire to go back and find those…

  • Cross Platform Backup Solution 3/3 (Linux)
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    Cross Platform Backup Solution 3/3 (Linux)

    Open the source partition and the target folder for check the result. Open up rsync backup script file and terminal. If your system time is the same between different systems, Use the default setting compare file time and size. If not, change synchronization mode to file size only, This will also skip files that has the same size change with a small probability. The shell will regard backslash as one line, so we can’t comment between the first line and the second line. If you don’t want backup some files, move these lines back and uncomment. Or you want exactly same backup keep exclude filter empty. If the same data…

  • Mobile World Congress Interview – Robert LoCascio from LivePerson
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    Mobile World Congress Interview – Robert LoCascio from LivePerson

    Derek: Hello everyone. I’m Derek Johnson with tatango.com. We are at Mobile World Congress 2019 in LA. We have a very special guest, Robert LoCascio from LivePerson, the CEO and founder. Hello. Robert: How are you doing, Derek? Derek: I’m good, man. I’m good. So let’s get off. I have a ton of questions. You’ve been an entrepreneur forever and run a public company now. Robert: Yeah. Derek: That’s pretty impressive. But let’s go back to the very early days because when I first met you, you talked about your kiosk business. Maybe first explain to people what kiosks are, you know? And then what was this business? Robert: So…

  • Without Amazon, most of the internet disappears
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    Without Amazon, most of the internet disappears

    So when you think of Amazon, you probably think of this ugly website or maybe Amazon buying Whole Foods and making avocados cheaper. But Amazon also sits behind a huge portion of the internet. It dominates the server side computers that make the internet work. Right now, you’re probably watching this video on a computer or a phone. But when you click “play,” it isn’t just your computer that’s doing the work. There’s another computer somewhere out there in the world that’s sending the video to you, playing it along with you from hundreds of miles away. And a lot of those computers are run by Amazon. Most people online…

  • The Extreme Physics Pushing Moore’s Law to the Next Level
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    The Extreme Physics Pushing Moore’s Law to the Next Level

    We’re suiting up to take you inside a clean room that’s building an engineering marvel that’ll push the entire electronics industry to the next frontier. They’re both amazing machines and scary machines. There’s an enormous amount of complexity with them. There’s an enormous number of things that can potentially go wrong. It’s something that you don’t necessarily sleep well at night, just having the machine on your floor. It’s about the size of a school bus, weighing over 180,000 kilograms, with over 100,000 parts, and 3,000 interlocking cables. Pop the hood and you’ll see lasers shooting tiny droplets of tin, generating plasma that’ll get collected and reflected by a series of mirrors,…

  • Future of Computing? iPadOS + iOS 13 Redefine Personal Computing
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    Future of Computing? iPadOS + iOS 13 Redefine Personal Computing

    it has been just over a week since Apple wrapped up WWDC is the annual developer conference which was held in San Jose California where the company showcased the latest and greatest in software capabilities coming to all the operating systems this fall now Apple surprised us this year when it announced big changes for the iPad which includes splitting iOS into iPad OS which will solely focus on the iPad that in addition to iPad OS getting several new features that further distinguish the iPad user experience from its older sibling iPhone now each of these new features are designed to challenge the existing paradigm in which we view…