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Be aware of automatic Domino HSTS Settings
Thu, Apr 28th 2016 3
My Current Software
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Beware Round Trip Timezone!
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Guest Post from Paul Calhoun: Aspose Java Tools Review
Wed, Aug 12th 2015 3
Sepsis Victim Could Use a Little Financial Help
Mon, Jul 20th 2015 3
Please Read: One week from strep throat to amputation and possible death
Thu, Jul 2nd 2015 2
Want to host cloud apps for Legal? Get some documents together.
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Got PNG? You may get problems.
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Using CKEditor 4: Part 4 - Designing for Read/Edit Modes and Using Validation
Wed, Mar 12th 2014 7
VMWare Fusion VM Corrupted? Try this.
Mon, Nov 10th 2014 7
Fix for More TLS POODLE Troubles
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The Notebook Saga Continues: 2015
Fri, Jan 2nd 2015 6
Want to host cloud apps for Legal? Get some documents together.
Mon, Apr 27th 2015 6
My Current Software
Sun, Dec 20th 2015 6
Some Cultural Thoughts (4 Movies and a Book)
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Using CKEditor 4: Part1 - Preface + Setup
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Be aware of automatic Domino HSTS Settings
Thu, Apr 28th 2016 8:47p   Russell Maher
As part of our normal review of such things I ran an SSL Labs test on our sites only to discover that we now had double header entries in our responses for Strict-Transport-Security. Not a terrible thing but the SSL test does point it out and after some examination I realized that Domino now adds that header automatically once you only use HTTPS or if you redirect to HTTPS as explained by the very helpful Dave Kern right here: https://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/HSTS Since we use a
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My Current Software
Sun, Dec 20th 2015 10:28a   Russell Maher
Over the last three weeks I've had the pleasure of upgrading my laptop and also my desktop machines. Since I've done it twice recently and i find these lists helpful on occasion, I thought I would quickly post the software I find I actually need on a new machine. VMWare Fusion(most of my work is done through Windows, Notes, Designer and Domino)AcornSnagitReflectorTextWranglerDropboxBoxGoToMeetingCamtasiaKekaEvernoteFirefox (+ Firebug)ChromeSlackSkypeMemory MonitorBusyCalAntiVirus Sentinel P
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Beware Round Trip Timezone!
Mon, Nov 9th 2015 8:15a   Russell Maher
Learned a valuable less on last week which can essentially be summed up as "Don't use this setting." The purpose of this setting is ostensibly to introspect the current user's time zone via their web browser and it does so by adding a small Javascript that connects to the server and then the server sends something back. Round Trip. Get it? Go there, come back, go there...never mind. Besides the fact that I was unable to actually see any difference in our UI based on changing this setting
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Guest Post from Paul Calhoun: Aspose Java Tools Review
Wed, Aug 12th 2015 1:07p   Russell Maher
Let me start by saying that I am a huge proponent of open-source software, specifically The Apache Foundation collection of code. I’m a Java developer who writes code for IBM platforms, and I almost always find their tools to be adequate for the task at hand. So if I’m going to purchase software, it requires the following:Better functionality / fidelity than an open source equivalent.Superior documentation of API and example code.Responsive support for questions / issues. I can say withou
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Sepsis Victim Could Use a Little Financial Help
Mon, Jul 20th 2015 7:00a   Russell Maher
On July 2, I posted Please Read: One week from strep throat to amputation and possible death. If you don't already know about Sepsis, please educate yourself. Cathy has survived the amputations (her last surgery related to those was yesterday), got off the ventilator on July 6, left Intensive Care on 7/8, was removed from the feeding tube on 7/13 and I think will be heading to inpatient rehab in the next weeks. Despite all that has happened to her, when she was able to, Cathy actually said she
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Please Read: One week from strep throat to amputation and possible death
Thu, Jul 2nd 2015 9:59a   Russell Maher
This is not pleasant but this experience has and is moving me to get this message out: Educate yourself about sepsis and septic shock. Right now. Here's a link to get you started: http://www.sepsisalliance.org/. Right now a 48 year old woman with three teenage boys I have known for 20+ years is fully sedated in a hospital bed on a ventilator and a kidney dialysis machine and her liver has stopped working. They amputated her hands and feet yesterday afternoon and it is not clear that she w




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