January 2012

The Latest on SOPA Ireland

January 31, 2012 // 0 Comments

Tonight was the big “debate” on Sean Sherlock’s special instrument (a way in which a government minister an change law without a parliamentary vote).  Sherlock put forward his usual lines which gloss over the fact that the European Courts of Justice say this type of block are illegal, [...]

Thanks For Your Continued Support

January 31, 2012 // 4 Comments

Some people question why I do all this stuff.  Blogging consumes a lot of time.  Writing whitepapers more so.  Writing even a few chapters for a book is massive exercise and trust me, it’s no way to get rich.  I enjoy it.  And every now and then I get an email, a blog [...]

Hyper-V.nu Event Videos

January 30, 2012 // 2 Comments

Carsten Rachfahl has done it again.  Carsten attended the Hyper-V.nu event in Amsterdam a few weeks ago and recorded the presentations.  The quality of his work is impressive IMO.  Thanks Carsten! Keynote – Jaap Wesselius and Peter Noorderijk Windows Server 8 Hyper-V Networking – [...]

Altaro Hyper-V Blog

January 30, 2012 // 0 Comments

Altaro (admission: they are an advertiser on my blog), creators/publishers of a Hyper-V backup solution, have launched their own Hyper-V blog.  The first post is on Hyper-V Dynamic Memory explanation and recommendations.  It’ll be worth your while adding this feed to your list. [...]

Something Stinks In Politics: SOPA & ACTA

January 27, 2012 // 1 Comment

Two nights ago I blogged about Sean Sherlock, Labour and Fine Gael introducing an undemocratic change to our laws in favour of the likes of EMI.  Via a “special instrument”, where a minister can introduce new laws without debate or vote in parliament (how dictatorial!) Sean Sherlock means [...]
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