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Yet more brass-aging experiments
Posted:23/10/2014,06:50:50 PM by Clive Maxfield
Well, the excitement is escalating, let me tell you. I'm happy to say that both my Inamorata Prognostication Engine and my Ultra-Macho Prognostication Engine projects are currently racing "full steam ahead."   Having made the final selections on exactly which antique analog me......
Priceless info on antique analog meters
Posted:22/10/2014,09:30:01 PM by Clive Maxfield
In a previous column, I described how I'd been introduced to Jason Dueck and his colleagues at Instrument Meter Specialties. These guys and gals are experts in anything and everything to do with both antique and modern meters, including repairing and restoring the little beauties.   ....
On backup strategies
Posted:21/10/2014,07:04:53 PM by Jack Ganssle
A few days ago I wrote about losing some files from the laptop while traveling. Some readers responded with suggestions like using git or some cloud solution. Those are not really realistic options when working on an airplane, though more and more flights are now wi-fi enabled. And I am quite su....
Enrcypting Optical Transport Network
Posted:21/10/2014,06:21:04 PM by Clive Maxfield
Anyone knowledgeable of the specifications of telecom protocols will recognize that they are both detailed and complex. So it is surprising -- especially given the revelations of whistle blowers such as Edward Snowdon and the current cyber security fixation -- that the Optical Transport Network (O....
What’s your take on software updates?
Posted:16/10/2014,04:17:53 PM by Jack Ganssle
This was supposed to be a blog about a conference I attended a few weeks ago. The article was brilliantly crafted, filled with soaring prose and elegant metaphors, a sure-fire Pulitzer winner. I wrote it on the plane back from the show on my Macbook Pro. Someday I’ll write about my backup ....
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