We’ve got geek news dammit, and we’re gonna get through it! This week we talk about Firefly Weddings, Longmire, Chalk, 5 Minute Dungeon, Supergirl, DC Streaming Service, Blackpills streaming service, recasting Genie, The Writers Guild strike, Life, Superheroes Decoded, the Labyrinth reboot/remake, Casting Cable, Captain Marvel gets its director(s), Lucasfilm changes its release game, Upcoming adventures in Disney’s Star Wars land, a new DC Comics Theme Park, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, George Takei writes a Graphic Novel, Marvel’s other next event, Gemini Man get the go ahead after two decades, Robert Silverberg gets Hollywood love (finally), Fahrenheit 451 gets HBO treatment, Crichton’s last novel gets Amblin-ed, and Andy throws a new twist in the boys’ Funko game. So oil up that volleyball body, it’s time for a Geek Shock!
Today the Datanauts discuss the whys and hows of building secure in-house email infrastructure. Our guest is Jacob Evans.
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Take a Network Break! In this episode we discuss Riverbed's Xirrus acquisition, Barracuda's stock slide, Intel's rethinking of OpenStack, and other compelling tech news.
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Checking out the fix for the Keysight U1272A Multimeter EMC/RFI problem.
What did they change and why?
Today's show is an AMA (Ask Me Anything). Greg and Ethan answer listener questions about professional development, staying relevant, and career regrets and successes.
Today's Priority Queue dives into Free Range Routing, an open source router that's a fork of Quagga. We examine capabilities, deployment options & more. This episode was recorded live at IETF 98.
Get yourself a heaping helping of Red Light/Green Light. We also talk about that Star Wars trailer, Catan, Hostage to the Devil, NES Classic ends, Apple wants some Disney, Selling Treasures, Babylon 5 returns to streaming, New Warriors, Anne Rice, the new MST3K, The Awesome Show, Neuromancer, Shadowrun, The Building(!), InterWorld, Umbrella Academy, Gorillaz, Girl 10, Unsolved Mysteries, Xanth and the return of the Funko Twins. So how many do you have? It’s time for a Geek Shock!
The Datanauts explore the current state of network automation and telemetry and discuss how network engineers can transition from the CLI to a more automated infrastructure. Our guest is Ryan Booth.
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Boolean Algebra & Demorgan’s Theorems explained and how they are useful for circuit simplification.
More information on the NASA Canberra/Tidbinbilla deep space tracking network and the big 70m dish.
And the Honeysuckle Creek dish that received Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 first steps down the ladder.
NOTE: ITAR regulations prohibited what we could show inside the antenna base.
Inside the new NASA/CSIRO Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex control room at Tidbinbilla, and the technical details of how they contact the Voyager 2 space probe. Look at the live data and spectrum displays!
Follow Richard on Twitter @nascom1
Tech details on the communications
PART 1 HERE
Detailed look at how the 70m DSS43 NASA Canberra Deep Space dish is used to talk to the Voyager 2 probe 70 billion km from earth.
Part of the NASA/CSIRO Deep Space Communications Complex at Tidbinbilla in Canberra Australia.
Huge thanks to Richard Stephenson who stayed back after a 12 hour night shift to record this!
Tech details on the communications
PART 2 HERE
Our latest Network Break reviews the latest move in Arista & Cisco's IP lawsuit dance, examines Oracle's approach to building cloud services, and more.
The post Network Break 131: Arista & Cisco’s Pas De Deux; Oracle’s Unusual Cloud Strategy appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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NOTE: Quite a few people didn’t really like the Let’s Find Out name, and wanted the familiar EEV branding, so it’s now EEVdiscover.
Dave and Chris record while driving to the Deep Space Tracking Network in Canberra!
- We had a successful meetup in Sydney. People posted lots of pictures to the meetup page.
- Check out what the DSN is tracking on any given day here: https://eyes.nasa.gov/dsn/dsn.html
- The Dish
- Dave has been posting his videos since this was recorded, including announcing a new channel. Be sure to subscribe!
- We also talked about education and the stark difference in costs between the US and AUS. Please fill out this survey about the cost of your university:
Classic Handheld Defender Arcade Game Teardown!
Stemtera Arduino in a Breadboard
German Testo 760-3 Multimeter Teardown and Mini Review with temperature sensor.
+ Tesco Clamp Meter
Non-Linear Systems Touch Test 20 Multiemter Teardown
Sony Clie Organiser
Magellan 310 GPS
Hioki OL-64 1966 analog multimeter teardown
Talk by Dick Smith about his solo around the world flights and the role Amateur HAM Radio played in his survival
Today's Weekly Show explores the technology of NFV, business drivers & use cases, and how it differs from SDN. Our guest is Jeff Doyle.