Archive for September, 2011

Logging out of Facebook is not enough – Nik Cubrilovic Blog

Sep 25 2011 Published by under Uncategorized

Nik Cubrilovic Blog – Logging out of Facebook is not enough.

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App Stores: The End of Computing as We Know It

Sep 18 2011 Published by under Technology

It all started July 10th, 2008 when Apple launched the App Store for iOS.

In a lot of ways, this was a good thing for end users and developers. It gave users the ability to easily access, locate, and download applications that did not come natively on their phone (Facebook, Twitter, etc). For developers, it was an easy way to get applications in front of a wide audience since Apple was handling the (or forcing their) distribution.

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How to fix “imapd-ssl: Maximum connection limit reached for”

Sep 10 2011 Published by under Random Fixes

At home, I was attempting to change my outgoing email address on my phone, when my phone popped up and mentioned that it wasn’t getting a response from my mail server. I attempted it from my phone, my computer, and from webmail before reviewing the server logs for more information.

I kept getting an “imapd-ssl: Maximum connection limit reached for” and my IP address, specifically.

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The Recent Rise, Fall, and Rise of OpinionsOptional.com

Sep 02 2011 Published by under Technology

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So .. The funny thing about Linux and only having a Command Line Interface (CLI) is that syntax, REALLY, matters…

After launching this site on a Dell sitting at home, one might say “Now what?” Most of my friends logically concluded that, well, I should start blogging. This would be all well and fine, except I had a shiny new toy. A website, a Linux box, a host of tools to configure then secure.

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