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Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Bad Cables?

I'm still experiencing issues with my Internet Connection, and I'm still blaming my ISP. Especially since I went out and bought a new router and everything. Now I have internet access, but it's intermittent and flaky. It's so flaky, in fact, that anytime I've needed to ssh into this site's server or check in to CVS at SourceForge, I've had to dial-up. However, an ingenious idea hit me this morning. Since the original problem was a bad cable between my ISP's bridge and my router, maybe more cables could be bad. So I stuck one of my wireless cards in my box, and Voila! I'm surfing like the wind again. I guess I'll have to stop at a store and see if they have an "ethernet cable tester".

I'm off to work. I'll be broadcasting my presentation (via WebEx) from there today since I didn't trust this connection up until now.

Posted in Java at Apr 05 2003, 07:42:24 AM MST 1 Comment

Damn, did not realize styxx was updated. Also I thought the cocoon plugin was not under development anymore. Struts an Cocoon is a powerful combo. Good for reporting and stuff. Cocoon has some real cool things going on with it. Check out for the presentations that took place last year at the OuterThought Cocoon gettogether. Some neat stuff. -Dominic

Posted by dsuspense on April 05, 2003 at 10:12 PM MST #

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