A few new Step-by-Step
guides before the New Year is here!
Merry Christmas and Happy
Holidays! I truly hope that you have a great holiday season and use
this time for reflection of the good things that you have. We are
all so blessed. Please remember those who are less fortunate and
search your heart for ways to help them. Remember the reason for
This week the subject is
Windows XP Professional Remote Desktop. I have a complete guide for
setting up the host and client computers, for both Remote Desktop Standard
and Remote Desktop Web Connection. Take a look!
So let me get this straight,
USC is #1 in the AP poll and #1 in the Coaches poll, yet they're not playing
for the National Championship? What the heck is going on! USC
got seriously jobbed on this one. The BCS is a piece of crap and
needs to be replaced with a better system. The humans say USC is
#1, the computers say we're #3. Dude, the computers are so wrong
on this one. The solution? A playoff system like every other
sport out there. Don't count on this happening anytime soon.
Why? Because of $$$. A playoff system would make the current
bowl system irrelevant and schools would lose millions of dollars.
It is so lame that people are more concerned about money than the spirit
of what sports stand for in the the first place. People really need
to wake up.
On the website side of things,
I added a few more entries to the ISP Hot List.
If you know of more server friendly ISP's, let me know.
I also have a new Step-by-Step
guide. This week the guide is: How
to write a HOSTS file. The HOSTS file is very useful to
those of you who have routers that don't support loopback or are playing
with Host Headers and Virtual Servers. Check it out.
I'm starting something new
here called the ISP Hot List. What
is this cheesy thing? Well, basically, I want to start a list of
DSL and Cable ISP's that are server friendly. To be on this list,
the ISP must
Such ISP's are hard to find.
So hard to find that currently I only have 1 ISP listed on it. This
is the ISP that we use here at DSL/Cable Webserver. I need your help
to build this list. If you know of a server friendly ISP, drop
me an email and I'll post it.
Don't block server ports like
(port 80, 25, etc.)
Offer static IP addresses
This week I also have 4 new
guides. Hopefully you'll find them useful.