Archive for May, 2007

Episode 5 – Digital Evidence

Feedback, OLPC, Patches, Podcast, Security May 30th, 2007

Recorded: May 5, 2007
Your Hosts: Keith Albright and Rich Niemeier
Show Length: 1:20:48

Rich discuss the recent changes to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and how it affects IT. Collection of digital evidence and compliance with discovery orders are discussed. Real live listener feedback and a brief discussion on choosing and changing a password. Take a listen and we hope you enjoy.

Thanks everyone.

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Website Picks:

Keith’s Pick: Computer History Museum

Rich’s Pick: Wikipedia

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RSS Feed

Uncategorized May 24th, 2007

Following our exposure on The Mike Tech Show and In The Trenches, we received several requests for an RSS feed for the show.  In my original haste to put things together, I only created a feed for iTunes.  A new RSS feed has been setup and will be maintained from this point forward.  There is a link in the sidebar to the right under ‘Show Stuff’, but I’ve also included it here.

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RSS Feed

It has been tested with the Juice and Ziepod clients successfully. Please let me know if you encounter any problems and what application you are using.

Thanks,

Keith

60 Minutes reports on One Laptop Per Child Project

OLPC May 22nd, 2007

I am interested in what people think about not only this report but the whole project. I have come to question not the founding princable that started this project, but rather where it will really endup. For instance will it become commercial. I think if I could sell millions of an item I produce, say chips, I could do that at or near cost just to increase my market share.

For every good result you can list, can you also see a negative result. Will the final good out weigh the bad?

  • 60 Minutes story about One Laptop Per child Project
  • Official Homepage — www.olpc.com
  • Independent News source of project — www.olpcnews.com
  • Episode 4 – Policies & Procedures

    Desktops, Geek Stuff, Networking, Podcast, Rants, Security, Servers, Vendors May 9th, 2007

    Recorded: May 8, 2007
    Your Hosts: Keith Albright and Rich Niemeier
    Show Length: 1:54:28

    Rich and I discuss development of IT policies and procedures; how to start and why they are important. In addition, I throw in a couple of my thoughts on how to audit yourself and how to handle an audit. Rich talks about his move from the Treo to the Blackberry and his battles with a SCO Unix box that died. Rich uncovers some new Virtual Machine appliances available from Microsoft. We discuss Microsofts proposed $3 educational software bundle for developing countries. I attended a seminar on wireless network troubleshooting by Fluke Networks and we discuss their products as well as our own personal experiences troubleshooting wireless systems. This episode marks the debut of our show promos that we’ve asked other podcasts to play. Take a listen and we hope you enjoy.

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