- Name: SWeidner
- Location: Elk Point, South Dakota, United States
My Blogger Code
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My Geek Code
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Steve's random ramblings and technical notes
Friday, February 25, 2005
NetFlow Bandwidth Monitoring using NetFlow Analyzer
ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer is a web-based bandwidth monitoring tool that uses Cisco® NetFlow to help IT understand bandwidth usage in their network. Gathering NetFlow information exported from various devices, NetFlow Analyzer lets you see what applications are using bandwidth, who is using them, and for how long. Live Demo
Friday, February 18, 2005
On the same vein as the Acme License Maker, Atom Smasher has a Windows Error-Message Generator. This could be all kinds of fun.
Another interesting item on this site is an RFC draft for an OpenPGP mail header.
Monday, February 14, 2005
Steves Digicams - Minolta DiMAGE X50 Review
If a person is going to throw some $$ at a camera, it makes sense to throw in a little extra and get a couple million extra pixels...
The DiMAGE X50 takes the DiMAGE X series’ concept of “thin, fast and stylish” to a new level with increased speed. Compact and lightweight enough to take anywhere and stylish enough to show everyone, the DiMAGE X50 offers the fastest-in-class startup time (according to Minolta), 2.8x non-protruding optical zoom, 5-megapixel CCD, and large 2-inch LCD, all housed in a ultra-compact and durable metal body.
With its non-protruding zooms lens, the Konica Minolta DiMAGE X50 fits neatly in a shirt pocket and is ready in an instant to take those spur-of-the-moment shots and ensure that users never miss a photo opportunity. The camera’s Automatic Digital Subject Program Selection automatically selects the optimum-shooting mode for the subject at hand, allowing photographers to take beautiful photos that match the needs of the particular photographic scene.