Professor Richard Quinn at the University of Central Florida (UCF), which specializes in stopping cheaters, caught 1/3 of his class – nearly 200 students – cheating on an exam. Quinn dressed-down the whole class and gave an ultimatum for the cheaters to come forward, threatening serious consequences if they didn’t, even expulsion. During his dressing-down […]
For years I have used this quick and easy method to test SMTP relaying on my servers. Run telnet <mail server> 25 from a command prompt or terminal session. This opens a telnet session to the SMTP server using port 25, from which you can attempt to send a test email. Example using telnet to […]
Irritatingly Windows 2008 (and Windows 7) doesn’t have telnet (client) installed by default. It can easily be installed with the following command, from the command line (with administrator priveliges): servermanagercmd -install Telnet-Client Note: may take “several” minutes to complete. Of course this can be done through the GUI as well in: Control Panel > Programs > Turn […]
Tired of opening a command prompt and running into lack of rights on Windows 7 and Windows 2008? I am. You can easily set the Command Prompt shortcut to always open the command prompt as administrator. Just follow these easy steps. Right-click on Command Prompt shortcut and select properties On the shortcut tab select Advanced […]
A middle school football team in Corpus Christi, Texas pulls off an epic trick play to take the lead in a playoff game this past weekend. Trick Play Touchdown – Watch more Funny Videos Football Trick Play Goes ViralHarry Smith speaks with the Idriscoll Middle School coaches and player responsible for the trick play that […]
Soon-to-be-former governor of Kaleefornia Arnold Schwarzenegger couldn’t have been more blunt on the topic of weed last night — telling Jay Leno that in CA, “No one cares if you smoke a joint or not. About time a politician has the balls to say this.
I have to tell you I’m more than a little disappointed and frustrated that I cannot easily grab a screenshot on my Droid X without using either the Android SDK or rooting the phone (see my other Droid X frustrations). The ability to grab screenshots on both iPhone’s and Blackberry’s is built-in. Shouldn’t Android devices […]
Hate might be a little strong. . . I’ve had my Droid X for a few months now and all-in-all I’ve been pretty pleased. The Android OS is pretty well done and quite fast too. I’ve had these thoughts brewing in my mind for a while and wanted to make a list of things I […]