News.com: Yahoo’s Semel steps down, Yang takes over.
Jerry Yang blogs about the Yahoo!
A 1999 picture of Scoble 2.0 at age 5.
Jeremy Toeman: USPTO launching P2P patent review.
My first software review was in the NY Times, in 1983.
Marc Canter enjoys the relaxed lifestyle of Trieste.
Kottke reviews Ratatouille. Sounds like a good movie!
Dvorak: “Wake me when Matlock comes on.”
After all the michegas about AT&T last week, I decided to order a second Internet connection. I was pretty happy with their high speed DSL, but if they’re going to gang up on customers with the record industry, I want to be sure I have an exit planned out.
So I ordered a Comcast network interface. It should arrive in a few days.
The question is can I have both network interfaces running on the same LAN?
I was thinking if I plug the Comcast box into a G4 desktop that has two Ethernet jacks, while the other is plugged into the big switch I bought a few weeks ago (and it’s working great, btw) that’s connected into the DSL line, that somehow all my computers would be on both nets at the same time?
I figured some of the network gods tuned into this station may have some ideas.
Is there any way to make use of two net connections on one LAN? Or does it necessarily mean two separate local nets?
Comment here, please.
And sorry for destroying our culture, Andrew. :-)
I have to take a written driving test tomorrow. They have example tests, which is useful. I’ve never failed one of these tests, but I’m getting a fair number of the practice questions wrong.
One thing that’s really cool about the DMV site is they tell you what the current wait time is at the local office, and other nearby offices. It’s been a long time since I’ve been to a California DMV.
BTW, according to Andrew Keen, posts like this are ruining our culture. Sorry for that.