Daily Archives: July 20, 2006

DRM locks in consumers

I followed a story today that was on Slashdot about DRM (Digital Rights Management or Digital Restrictions Management). Ian Rogers posted some really good insight into DRM: As you know, we’ve been publicly trying to convince record labels that they … Continue reading

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Samba, CIFS, and Ubuntu Linux Server

I run a couple of servers at my house. One of them is my fileserver, and it uses Samba to do simple Windows filesharing. My 20 GB digital photos partition was full, so I got a 120 GB harddrive and … Continue reading

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