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Of all forms of literature, however, the essay is the one which least calls for the use of long words. The principle which controls it is simply that it should give pleasure; the desire which impels us when we take it from the shelf is simply to receive pleasure. Everything in an essay must be subdued to that end. It should lay us under a spell with its first word, and we should only wake, refreshed, with its last. In the interval we may pass through the most various experiences of amusement, surprise, interest, indignation; we may soar to the heights of fantasy with Lamb or plunge to the depths of wisdom with Bacon, but we must never be roused.
Windows Server Backup in win2k8 server is fantastic - it's a consistent, snapshot-based automatic backup system capable of full disaster recovery / bare metal restore. I'm not a huge fan of much of the way the Windows servers work, but the backup setup is fantastic. With one wee flaw... Manual backups may be made to a network share, or to a local volume then copied to a network share. Fuss free, but only with operator intervention. Unfortunately, automatic scheduled backups require direct access to a drive, they won't work on a mounted NTFS volume or on a network share. Beware of soapy frogs: Using IET (ISCSI Enterprise Target) for Windows Server Backup
On the face of things, we seem to be merely talking about text-based files, containing only the letters of the English Alphabet (and the occasional punctuation mark). On deeper inspection, of course, this isn't quite the case. What this site offers is a glimpse into the history of writers and artists bound by the 128 characters that the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) allowed them. The focus is on mid-1980's textfiles and the world as it was then, but even these files are sometime retooled 1960s and 1970s works, and offshoots of this culture exist to this day.
Plan 9 from Bell Labs
Special Publications in the 800 series present documents of general interest to the computer security community. The Special Publication 800 series was established in 1990 to provide a separate identity for information technology security publications. This Special Publication 800 series reports on ITL's research, guidelines, and outreach efforts in computer security, and its collaborative activities with industry, government, and academic organizations. List of current CSD Publications (Final & Draft) (right-click to save file) [For newer publications, links to "dx.doi.org" will redirect to another NIST website. See more details about DOIs.]