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凌晨的時候告訴我 又在惡搞了,這次是

 8761 10/08 02:34 收到 hlb          http://www.google.com/reader/lens/
 8765 10/08 02:54 送給 hlb          速度好慢
 8769 10/08 03:56 收到 hlb          十分盃塔
 8770 10/08 03:56 送給 hlb          ...

呃,不只慢 (幹幹,超慢啊),還很難用 XD 而且我把 export 出來的 opml 塞進去,就告訴我有問題 :~ 所以我還是繼續用 好了...

如同 Google Reader 這篇所說的:

到目前為止,最 Beta 的 Google Beta Service :X


P2P 的負責問題

P2P 的罪與罰(二)貪婪的火燄 這篇:

如果商業化經營的P2P 軟體公司宣稱「我僅提供軟體不管用戶是否拿去侵權」都還是挨告,那麼宣稱「我僅提供搜尋結果而不管結果是否非法」的搜尋引擎,看起來真是被告得理所當然。


從這樣說我們就可以知道黃先生...,因為在 電信法 第 8 條 是這樣寫:




看到 elfURL 提到了 這個短網址服務,不過... 沒提供 Bookmarklet 給大家用啊,這樣用的人怎麼可能會多 :p 就算你提供 RSS 讓使用者觀察某個短網址的狀態,可是還是很難用啊 :p

Update: 在 comment 指出其實有提供 Bookmarklet o_O

Google BigTable

Google's BigTable 得知 Jeff Dean 將在 10/18 在 講 BigTable:

BigTable is a system for storing and managing very large amounts of structured data. The system is designed to manage several petabytes of data distributed across thousands of machines, with very high update and read request rates coming from thousands of simultaneous clients. In this talk, Jeff will discuss the basic design of BigTable and its implementation, provide some performance measurements, and outline some current applications of the system. He'll also touch on Google's future goals and directions for the system.

屆時在 Colloquium and Televised Talk Information 也可以看到轉播。

OpenSSH 與 SSH Communications 的 SSH

的報導, (當初發展 SSH Protocol 的公司) 認為 的品質不足以成為企業級的產品:(SSH Claims Draw Open Source Ire)

OpenSSH is not an enterprise-class product that is needed for the demands of a large-scale deployment. We do not compare OpenSSH to our SSH Tectia solution, since it's far from the same,

可是 的佔有率遠遠超越其他人 XD

However, OpenSSH is very popular and is commonly deployed in almost all BSD, Unix and Linux systems. More than 87 percent of Internet-facing servers were using OpenSSH, according to an OpenSSH Internet scan in September 2004.

這段 Comment 直接說明了 的氣量:

They claimed OpenSSH was not "enterprise ready". Pointing out that many, many enterprises not only use it, but build it into their products is a fairly compelling rebuttal.

They are either using their own private definition of "enterprise" that doesn't include organisations like Cisco, or they are lying. Either way, they are discredited.