Innovation: Startup emerging from stealth mode.

Fledgling startup Positive Inverse is emerging from stealth mode with their new on-demand service specializing in providing uninventive and overly cautious enterprises with a suite of tools for denying anything from innovative ideas to standard changes required for moderinization. “We think there is a real market here.” Roger Snozcumber, founder and Chief Negating Office proudly proclaimed. “Look, there are a myriad of monolithic businesses out there that are absolutely terrified of any change whatsoever but may be too busy, aloof, or just plain embarassed to admit that they are too afraid of progress....

July 31, 2022 · 2 min · M.P.Labelspace

Network Engineer side hustle not generating expected income.

“I just don’t get it” veteran network engineer and serial entrepreneur Burton Zayden declared. “I guess I can kinda understand why someone wouldn’t be interested in my last business endeavor, but this one, people should really be thinking about it. It’s pretty mesmerizing.” Mr. Zayden continues, motioning to his pile of faux ethernet jacks crafted into ear rings and bolo ties - a failed business model which included a “major social media push” to popularize nonfunctional ethernet jacks as a fashion item....

June 5, 2022 · 2 min · M.P.Labelspace

Tier I circuit will be useful soon!

Johnny N. Ginear has provided hosting and ISP services to the area for around a decade. He’s learned a lot about networking in that time. “I guess I was lucky. I picked a nearby data center to house my gear, and there were some regional providers there. Those providers have always gone out of their way to help. They showed me how to register for my own address space, taught me how to advertiese it to them via BGP, and helped me join the local Internet exchange!...

April 29, 2022 · 3 min · Driver Ray

Vexing problems surrounding internet routing table.

Today, noted Internet hall of famer, Dallas McStingray in his keynote address to the Learned Society of Header Collectors, laid out a confronting vision of the future for routing - computers are coming. As McStingray valiantly explained to his audibly skeptical audience, soon, everyone will have access to powerful computers - even small children will have computers that can fit in their tiny, ooze coated hands. We will live in a future where flying computers in drones can stream 4K videos in real time, and grade schoolers will train machine learning models on USB accelerator boards that can perform several teraflops per second with less than 5W of power....

April 11, 2022 · 2 min · P.B. Palasade

Internet expert articulates thoughts on hardware platforms.

In a flurry of succinct, anger fueled posts to popular facebook group “Net-Talk”, newcomer - and by his own assertion - internetworking expert Leofstan Eowald furiously and repeatedly broadcast that “anything not enterprise grade is clearly a crap toy”. His rage only rivaled by his clear expertise in topics such as fine linen pants as well as running Cisco ASR100 series routers, he ardently asserted that “anything less than enterprise grade hardware is full of bugs” and that “an ASR100X with unlimited license can be purchased on ebay for $2000”....

March 20, 2022 · 2 min · M.P. Labelspace