What was once the best registrar is probably now just a mediocre one. What was once the best place to get shared hosting is now swarming with spammers, bandwidth-hoggers, viruses, worms and opportunistic customers who think nothing about responsibility when running on a shared hosting platforms. My last standing refuge, a few virtual dedicated servers which have given me no reasons to complain in the past 2 years have suddenly turned … hopeless.
I’ve never hosted with PowerDNN. I have no idea why their services are so -- “Expensive.” I also hate spammers. And scammers. So tell me people; what is it that I have missed about PowerDNN? Is it a ripoff? What’s with all the TVs and Giveaways spamming my DNN search tabs on twitter? Are people really stupid? Or is it just me? Updated.
Microsoft Windows 7 is now in RC. For those of you excited by the new OS, here’s a first look at the Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate install process on Hyper V.
Total time to install : less than 30 minutes, including answering the Setup wizard.
Verdict: Highly recommended if you’re on XP; wait for the final version if you’re on Vista.
Just coz I keep forgetting should mean somebody somewhere is looking for this information too. Just wishing the install process for team Foundation were to be a straightforward isn’t enough. Here, here is the walkthrough just for the keepsakes. No, it is not at all a bad idea to keep source control virtualized, in fact it could be advantageous simply because it can be isolated even further due to the virtual setup.
There are so many cool reasons to go Hyper-V. Including your firewall. The problem is(was), it is not documented anywhere. Entering the 3rd month of successfully running an ISA Server 2006 inside Hyper-V while still maintaining complete security of the internal network including the host machine required just a little effort.
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