Probably not the most fun long weekend i've had, but we are now moved into our new house. Have a couple of kitchen fixes going on today/tomorrow, then we move in the fridge/freezer and can call it totally moved, but we're sleeping in new bedrooms.
Interestingly, this article is talking about Millions of years timescales. Quite interesting.
No need to reinstall anymore, you can reset your windows password with this tool.
We've used it a few times now, and its worked a treat every time.
The other morning, there was a Kangaroo on our block.
Deb took some pictures, Shelby chased it (last pic).
It hopped right across the property!
Spending today knocking a hole in the wall between the shop and the shop next door.
Sneak peak of the inside in the second pic.
Just had a call centre guy from "Telko" - http://www.telko.com.au/ - I guess it was.
Very persistent with the "We can save on your local, long distance, you name it calls".
When will these sort of companies get a clue.
I can only guess that the profits from selling telephony services must be obscene for the sheer amount of these that we get.
I'm tempted to just say "yes" to all of them, and churn, churn, churn for a lark. Maybe not with the business line, however.
Anyway, dont give them the time of day!
Ever wonder what traffic is eating up all your downloads?
If you have a linux server, you can install a couple of tools to do this.
I initially found vnstat - http://humdi.net/vnstat/ but it doesn't do per ip, so thats no good.
Next I found ntop - http://www.ntop.org/ but it looks quite complicated
I decided to use darkstat - http://dmr.ath.cx/net/darkstat/
It was dead simple to install, has a built in web interface, and works a treat, and uses absolutely minimal cpu.