Latest Rockler Woodworking Jig Uses Router Table To Create Decorative Wooden Box Corners

Solace Enables IBM-based Application Infrastructure to Meet Demands of Next-Generation Applications – Yahoo Finance

The splines also provide extra strength in the joint. The Router Table Spline Jig consists of two main parts the base, which attaches to the router table and the sled, which holds the workpiece at a 45 degree angle to the router bit. The sled slides in the tracks of the base to guide the spline cuts. The resulting spline cuts allow users to add their own key stock to create beautifully adorned joints. The Router Table Spline Jig specializes in small boxes and frames, while the recently introduced Large Box Spline Jig utilizes handheld routing to cut splines for large boxes and chests that are too large for a router table to handle. “The Router Table Spline Jig is an exciting way to use the router table to add designer flair to mitered joints,” says Steve Krohmer, Rockler’s Vice President of Product Marketing.
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Under the hood of I2P, the Tor alternative that reloaded Silk Road | Ars Technica

In many ways, I2P is a much less mature technology than Torbut it has the potential to anonymize a greater range of applications and services as it gains adoption, and its architecture is theoretically less vulnerable to the sorts of de-anonymizing attacks that some researchers have claimed to have been able to use against Tor. Add some garlic Both Tor andI2P use encrypted routing to hide the contents of their traffic. Tor is an “onion router” network; it creates channels using a network socket proxythe Tor client software, which constructs an anonymized route to the destination and adds layers of encryption for each router along the route it must pass through, uses their public keys from a directory. In succession, each layer of encryption is removed as it passes through a router, until it arrives at the destination and is decrypted completely. By contrast, I2P uses an approach jokingly called “garlic routing” (a term coined by Michael J. Freedman in response to Tor Project co-founder Roger Dingledine’s description of onion routing in his 2000 master’s thesis at MIT). The message is encrypted with a key for the end-point, and then each router along the path uses an encrypted “tunnel” to add a second layer of protection as it moves to the nextso there’s always two layers of encryption on I2P traffic.
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BSNL of India Strengthens Network Offering with Coriant – Yahoo Finance

It takes the air out and seals it. An interesting idea, but what I think what did the trick was when Sue added she keeps the leftover melter in her house through the summer, not in a hot garage. I was pretty sure summer heat was what made my own melter melt and ooze across the floor. And up the walls. Send your questions to: HouseWorks, P.O. Box 81609, Lincoln, NE 68501, or email: [email protected] Copyright 2015 Journal Times.
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Solace offers high availability through fault tolerance with consistently fast failovers, and fully-integrated replication for disaster recovery without the complexity of SAN storage replication. A pure hardware datapath ensures fast, consistent performance under all conditions, which is critical for e-commerce and other real-time applications. Each Solace message router can handle the workload of dozens of WebSphere MQ queue managers, so customers can consolidate datacenter footprint and eliminate the expense of building out and administering a horizontally-scaled clustered infrastructure. Solace’s built-in virtualization capability lets many applications and queue managers share the capacity of each message router, which further minimizes cost and simplifies both architecture and operations.
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“With a proven history of delivering high-quality networking solutions and world-class service and support, Coriant met all our key requirements for this network expansion initiative.” “The ever-increasing demand for greater network capacity is nowhere more apparent than in the financial services industry. Financial communications services require flexible and resilient connectivity, and always-on performance to meet mission-critical business demands,” said Mikko Lavanti, Executive Vice President of Sales, Coriant. “Our 8100 Managed Access System will allow BSNL to continue to deliver reliable broadband services to its customers, while at the same time enable them to expand and seamlessly scale their high-capacity service offerings in a manageable and secure environment.” The new BSNL network will also utilize the robust capabilities of the Coriant(TM) 8000 Intelligent Network Manager (INM).
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