Monthly Archives: July 2014

A Little Help Please – The Original

A special thank you to a reader who had saved the original post. ———————- The original missing post ————————————————— It could be that I’m just getting old and I am no longer thinking clearly, but I’m going to make a … Continue reading

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A little Help Please – the repost

This is a re-post because the original and all of it’s associated comments mysteriously went missing. The people who host my site said they could see where the post should be, but there was no content. They have backups on … Continue reading

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Lost Post

No one seems to know what happened but last Tuesday I wrote a post that asked for some help understanding what is being reported in the news and the post seems to have disappeared. Oddly enough all the comments disappeared … Continue reading

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NFV gains traction among telcos and cloud providers

This is a repost of an article from Convergence Asia that I thought would help people understand the difference between NFV and SDN. This article is primarily about NFV. The original post was by Tan Ee Sze. ———————————————————————————————————- Creating micro … Continue reading

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Eid Saeed!

This is a repeat of a post from last year that gives a bit of back ground into Ramadan. Ramadan ended today, so I thought a repost was in order… One of the great things about living in Canada is … Continue reading

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Blinded by Science…

I believe the song title was “She blinded me with science” by Thomas Dolby in 1982. OK, so I’m old, it was a great song. That’s not what I wanted to talk about today but it’s a great way to … Continue reading

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Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

One of the many vacation conversations was about generation X, Y, and Z and how the workplace was going to be effected. I have read a number of articles about the lack of jobs and how our University trained children … Continue reading

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Back from Vacation, refreshed and recharged.

Every year my wife and I leave civilization behind and rent a cottage on “Lac Vert” in Quebec. It’s only an hour and forty five minutes from our house, but there is no cell service and the lake is shared … Continue reading

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