I’m a network engineer by trade and like many of us enjoy having an extensive home lab where I can run servers, learn and experiment in my free time. Not only do I find it very satisfying to build a “production” infrastructure at home, but it also helps me with my day-to-day work at my real job. A few years back I started converting my home lab to Hyper-V. I found a visualized environment easier to manage, plus I was able to work on various technologies without running multiple pieces of hardware (think electric bill)
Residential Internet Service = ONE IP ADDRESS
The only issue was talking to all my various projects from outside the network. I have residential internet service and am only allowed ONE IP address. This causes issues running services on separate internal servers on the same port and trying to reach them from the internet.
Wolfpack 2nd Annual Mini Golf Fundraiser Saturday August 18th, 2018
Begins at 10:00 AM Woodbridge Community Center 600 Main Street Woodbridge, NJ 07095
This year Woodbridge Wolfpack will be hosting its second annual mini golf fundraiser on August 18th beginning at 10:00am. The golf course is located in the rear of the complex behind the ice skating rink.
Golfers will participate in a round of golf and all golfers are invited to stay for our barbecue afterwards. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are included in your registration fee.
Single Hole Sponsorship – $250
Sponsor a single hole for the golf outing. Your company name will appear on a hole for the day.
Double Hole Sponsorship – $400
Sponsor two holes for the golf outing. Your company name will appear on two holes through the course.
Outing GOLD Sponsorship – $500
Your company name will appear on signage welcoming golfers to the outing. Plus it will also be displayed throughout the course
Just want to play golf and enjoy the BBQ
Golf and BBQ (Single Player) – $30.00
This is for individuals who are interested in golfing and enjoying our BBQ following your round of golf.
Golf and BBQ (Foursome) – $100.00
This is for groups of four golfers and our BBQ is included afterwards.
Every year I try to pick out that unique Fathers Day gift that your Dad can use and probably will find interesting and fun. Lord knows Dad has plenty of aftershave, cologne, and wine. This year I am recommending the Serafim Keybo.
The world has gone crazy for the SUV sport utility vehicle, and car manufactures are happy to churn them out by the millions. The only problem with true SUVs is their fuel economy. The SUV has been around since the 1970s but didn’t really catch on until the late 1980s early 90s. Ford and General motors had a great idea, lets cover the back of one of our light pickup trucks and the SUV was born!
The Early Days
In the early years the Chevrolet Blazer and Ford Bronco ruled the SUV market, but as time went on these trucks got a bad wrap. They were extremely inefficient and as we became a more earth “friendly” society the rest of the world shunned their noses at the “fat” Americans with their stupid SUVs.
Fast Forward 20 years
When we look at the SUV market today more then half of the units sold are compact crossover SUV’s. The crosover is simply a tall car. Its based on a car design, rides more like a car and its efficiency is similar to a car. So my question is whats the point?
I purchased my Echo GT-2000 trimmer almost 18 years ago and it has served me well. I’m usually if it ain’t broke don’t fix it kind of guy and haven’t done any maintenance on my GT-2000 ever. For the last 18 years its been pull the cord and start on the first try! That is until this season. I was able to get the trimmer running but it would stall the instant I would throttle it up.
Thinking to myself this is the end for the GT-2000, I actually started to look for a replacement. I looked in Lowes and Home Depot but they weren’t selling the Echo brand. I decided to take a chance on fixing the unit and began looking for possible causes.
I have been making mason jar night lights for at least 10 years. I try to make them in various colors and styles. In addition to my Sun & Moon, Red, Green, White, Purple and Flickering Candle I have now added Emerald Green!
I know LED’s can be programmed for any color of the rainbow, however there is still something special about the standard 5mm led. I enjoy finding unique colors and adding them to my creations.
These emerald green buggers are truly a special color. Just look at the image below that shows the contrast between the emerald green and standard led.
I have not seen this error before and there were no other users in the environment experiencing this issue. My first troubleshooting step was to see if there were any unique applications that were specific to this user.
This particular user is the CFO of the company and logs into a number of banking websites. To enhance security many banks force customers to download additional software to supplement logins in order to prevent intrusion and hack attempts. This user was using a product from IBM
I don’t hate shopping, but I really don’t have the time to browse the brick and mortar stores. Just the other day I was in Target and it took me longer to walk the store then to grab what I needed and check out. I’m all about saving time and using my time as efficiently as possible, I guess this is why I’m such a proponent of Amazon Prime and Fakespot.com.
The one problem with Amazon is you can’t touch and feel the product, there are so many sellers sometimes its hard to distinguish which items are worth my time while which are just plan junk.
Early on Amazon made a review system to help customers identify which items and sellers are worth their time. However, as soon as the review system was launched so were the fake reviews, paid reviewers and just plain deceptive tactics sellers take to make their products seem better.
Through the magic of the Internet Fakespot.com analyzes all the reviews for a particular product through their proprietary technology and determines which reviews are real and which are suspect. Finally at the end a letter grade is given to the product reviews. Remember Fakespot.com is NOT reviewing the product, but making an attempt to verify the validity of the reviews for that given product. Continue reading “Fakespot.com finds the fakes! Makes Amazon so much better!”
It’s been a while since I have written a blog posting. I guess you can say life sometimes gets in the way and things we enjoy doing get pushed aside. I have a few spare moments today to sit down and write so here goes nothing.
First and foremost Webcommand blog has just turned ONE! I started writing exactly one year ago today. When I built this server I was setting a goal to write 5 blog posts a week about 260 in a year. Well I realized its harder to come up with content then I thought. I also realized it is even harder to monetize the site as well (your donations are welcome) However I did manage to write 100 blog posts in the first year and I deem that a success!
Today on the anniversary of Webcommands birth and 100th post I would like to pay tribute to my favorite blogs and give each of them a brief shout out.
Coming soon in another post I’m going to detail how I made a home surveillance system using a few Pi Zero’s, MotioneyeOS and some odds and ends around the house. The system is partially up and running with one camera on the house since the beginning of January and I have already captured a few interesting clips.
This particular one is of an ass hat making a k-turn in my driveway, driving over my lawn and then proceeding to run down my trash.