Saturday, December 08, 2007

They know me in Pakistan

Video version -- Experimental




Hmmm. The video I uploaded was much higher quality. After the Google Video processing, not so great.

The Internet is cool.

For awhile now I have a successful tutorial on the web, Cisco Router Configuration Tutorial
. If you google for "cisco router", typically there will be one or two links to cisco.com, and then my tutorial. I've gotten a lot of milage out of this, mostly for my ego. So today I was doing some ego building, and I was checking on sites that link to mine. One site that caught my eye was this one,
http://www.niit.edu.pk/~umarkalim/courses/2007spring/rs.html. It's a course description for a course titled Routing and Switching, at the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Pakistan. In the Lecture notes section, under Miscellaneous Pointers, is a link to
Cisco Router Configuration Tutorial.

:-)

5 comments:

Luke said...

You da man.

Matt Dick said...

This is pretty neat stuff. On a similar-ish note, I recently ran across my name as the author to an old utility for the original Palm Pilots. Some old-schoolers are maintaining it, and I guess it's still going out there somewhere on somebody's relatively new PalmOS thing.

Josh said...

I remember you had a PalmOS app. I wouldn't have thought it was still in use. No better proof that its useful.

JimII said...

Occassionally we get a day of electronic research for free. The first thing I do with that password is check to see if any new court have cited the opinions I help draft while clerking.

Josh said...

The first thing I do with that password is check to see if any new court have cited the opinions I help draft while clerking.

As you should.

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