Tag: VSU

  • Email Harvesters

    I missed the story about brothers convicted of harvesting emails the first time. Well, I noticed a followup. Back around 2001, the CIO received complaints about performance for the web server. So, I went log trolling to see what the web server was doing. A single IP dominated the HTTP requests. This one IP passed […]

  • Tale of Defeating the Crazy Woman

    Babies are fascinated by me. When the two of us are in a room, they often find me the most interesting thing in the room. Usually, it is mutual. So, a mutual friend of a friend, Mojan has a fantastic blog. The past year or so has been about being pregnant and most recently figuring […]

  • A Well Dressed, Smokin’, and Woodsy Team

    The Valdosta State Blazers have another shot at the Football Division II National Championship. This is an impressive feat for new coach David Dean who replaced Chris Hatcher. Chris defected to Georgia Southern to coach I-AA. I hope they win. I’ll be watching the game at home. Game is at noon on ESPN2. Or drive […]

  • RE 2007: Birds of a Feather: Luminis

    Kathy Kral, University of West Georgia Luminis IV CPIP connector: Clayton, Augusta, West GA. Issues with IMS when allowing IMAP from outside the Luminis application? VSU no issues with IMAP and POP allowed outside. Augusta initially restricted but opened up access without advertisement. Mention on one of email lists Blackberries fail to do a close […]

  • Connotations of a Pronoun

    Ezra Freelove, Information Technology “When she saw that the web address was wrong on letterhead, she helped us correct the problem. Thank you, Ezra! Valdosta State University I Caught You Caring I do recall an occasion while at VSU in which I noticed a memo telling people to go to an address using “www.” when […]

  • Viruses, worms pose threat

    Here is an article on computer viruses for which I was interviewed for the Spectator, the university student news paper. Lindsey Giddens Staff Writer Viruses are running rampant and are extremely contagious. But these viruses don’t attack your immune system–they attack your hard drive. The term virus is used to describe viruses, worms and trojans. […]