Tomorrow is Remembrance Day. This reminded me of something I’ve been meaning to post for some time. A year or so ago I stumbled on Dan Carlan’s Hardcore History podcast. The first series I listened to is called Blueprint for Armageddon which is about World War 1. Listening to this podcast series completely changed my […]
Some more wisdom from Dave Taht – http://flent-fremont.bufferbloat.net/~d/broadcom_aug9.pdf
https://github.com/leandromoreira/linux-network-performance-parameters The QDisc section isn’t correct but it is a good overview.
How can these be squared? Dishonest or just lazy? CPC – dishonesty (or at best actively misleading) isn’t going to get my vote back. Thanks to TAXES, Canadians are paying $20 more for a case of beer. Last year, Justin Trudeau brought in his beer tax, which will go up every year and further drive […]
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It’s sad I have to do this but I feel I need to preface the text below with an outline of my (lack of) political affiliation. I have voted in every provincial and federal election since I was 18. Sometimes my vote has gone to the Progressive Conservatives, or Conservatives and sometimes to the Liberals. […]
From https://lwn.net/Articles/743363/ Meltdown and Spectre provide more evidence, if it really is needed, that continuing to run old, out-of-date kernels is a terrifically risky thing to do.