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[#] Sun Apr 01 2012 13:12:36 EDT from Uncle Dave @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Tandy 600HD

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I had I Tandy 600HD back in the 90's.  It ran Xenix.  I never thought I'd see one again.  It was the coolest lookibg computer I ever owned.  I wish I would have kept it......sigh.


[#] Sun Apr 01 2012 13:14:01 EDT from Uncle Dave @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Wed Mar 21 2012 10:29:54 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored
That's no fail, that's a Real Computer (tm). Check it out at


I miss computers :(

Thanks for the link!  That was really cool.


[#] Tue Apr 03 2012 16:36:02 EDT from Spell Binder @ Uncensored

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Seems like some of the messages from DP II are being routed to the wrong room.

[#] Wed Apr 04 2012 02:00:38 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Which rooms do they seem to be coming from, from DPII?

[#] Wed Apr 04 2012 12:31:42 EDT from Spell Binder @ Uncensored

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Looks like it might just have been topic drift.

[#] Thu Apr 05 2012 02:48:49 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Oh, ok.

[#] Tue Apr 10 2012 16:47:05 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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IPv4 addresses are 32 bits. THIRTY TWO F***ING BITS.

When someone submits a network support ticket referring to "the .82 server" the guys in my NOC have NO FUCKING CLUE WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT.

323 #@ BITS !!!!!1111

[#] Tue Apr 10 2012 17:13:01 EDT from Spell Binder @ Uncensored

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Just wait until IPv6 is finally turned up. You'll get requests like, "the :01fe server." :P

[#] Wed Apr 11 2012 17:52:47 EDT from kinetix @ Uncensored

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When someone submits a network support ticket referring to "the .82
server" the guys in my NOC have NO FUCKING CLUE WHAT YOU'RE TALKING

Soooooooo... are you saying you can't fix it? lol

[#] Thu Apr 12 2012 01:09:47 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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As it so happens, I just turned up IPv6 on Uncensored tonight. You're Soaking In It (tm).

And I don't think Mr. "the .82 server" is going to be the kind of person who ever bothers to know what his IPv6 address is. He's going to let it auto-register with a name service and refer to it by name every time. And since IPv6 eliminates the need for NAT, it's going to work more often than not.

[#] Mon Aug 13 2012 14:22:06 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: domain registrars?

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So ... what's a good domain registrar to use these days? I have two domains expiring in November; one is with NetSol, which is too expensive, and the other is with GoDaddy, who are scumbags, so I'd like to find a new registrar for both of them.

Looking for a registrar that is inexpensive, reliable, and anti-
SOPA. Any suggestions?

[#] Mon Aug 13 2012 15:18:11 EDT from Spell Binder @ Uncensored

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I've been using Dotster, for one of my domains and haven't had any issues with them. I can't find any information about their stance on SOPA, though: e_Stop_Online_Piracy_Act

[#] Tue Aug 14 2012 11:30:20 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Dotster it is, then. I'm even going to transfer now, because they will honor the rest of the existing registration period plus add another year free for transferring. Can't argue with that.

[#] Tue Aug 14 2012 14:12:55 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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Arguably the first and most prominent case regarded,
a popular internet domain registrar and web hosting company
which openly supported SOPA. GoDaddy sustained significant losses,
losing over 72,000 domains in less than one week, as a result
of a proposed boycott of their services, pending it renounce its
support of SOPA. GoDaddy has since announced that it "no longer
supports SOPA legislation," then amended that
statement to "GoDaddy OPPOSES SOPA.

They changed their mind.

[#] Tue Aug 14 2012 16:00:15 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I suspect that all the other registrars didn't really have a strong opinion on SOPA one way or the other; they just wanted to take the opportunity to dogpile on GoDaddy. And I'm sure GoDaddy didn't "change their mind" so much as they said "oh shit, we've gotta backpedal on this before we lose any more customers"

[#] Wed Oct 03 2012 17:37:12 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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I think we're getting burned by our use of a cloud server for distributing a/v content. I suspect that we don't have a dedicated pipe of networking, and someone else is consuming the pipe we're trying to use, because we're not quite getting the throughput we'd been getting.

[#] Wed Oct 03 2012 17:51:10 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Sanctified defication!

Those idiots had 65 different connections to the client, all watching the video at the same time!

We never tested for that many connections. Stupid network executives.

[#] Wed Oct 03 2012 17:58:33 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Sorry, 65 different client connections to the server, streaming audio/video.

[#] Thu Oct 04 2012 01:33:25 EDT from the8088er @ Uncensored

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I admit my ignorance to most of this, but is there not some sort of multicast thing that can be done?

[#] Thu Oct 04 2012 10:27:19 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Multicast is tricky to set up. It would be nice for something like this, but getting it to work over large geographic regions like this is rather tricky.

Besides, our processes normally expect some two-way network traffic, which you can't really do with multicast.

No, we're going to implement a few changes on our end to address this. I'm going to add some code to limit the number of users with the same username who may connect as a viewer at one time. This will significantly address the problem.

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