Computing Insanity IPv6

Two steps forward and one step back

I’m happy to report that has been upgraded from a crappy ADSL line to a fibre based connection, which has improved uplink speed for the server tremendously. Unfortunately, it looks as though newer technology doesn’t always imply that everything gets better: Unlike what the representative for the fibre project stated, there’s no sign of […]

Insanity Windows

Default behavior should not be stupid

I ran into a problem that truly surprised me yesterday: One of our remote desktop users accidentally deleted an entire folder of customer data. He was seriously angry, and rightfully so: He had pressed the Delete key on the keyboard at the wrong moment, after which the folder and its entire substructure was removed from […]