Experts Exchange EE News June 2010

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What's New at Experts Exchange
A record, a Mod, Geniuses and the mailbag

Editors' Choice Articles
rfc1180 on network latency

Microsoft MVPs
372 people who know their stuff

Tip From the Moderators
Sometimes, it pays to walk away

Letter to the Editor
AliMcJ on Faceborg

More News and Notes
You had us at "Enduring Value"

Nata's Corner
Cell phones, CraigsList, BSoDs -- and doing without

New Certificates
New certificate holders, through May 29

What's New at Experts Exchange

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Calling All Expert Authors

Microsoft announced the general availability of Visual Studio 2010 and Microsoft .NET Framework 4, followed by the release of Silverlight 4 to the web last week.

Tried any of the above releases or the beta versions of Microsoft Office 2010 or SQL Server 2008 R2? Write an Expert review or how-to Article and share your insights with the rest of the EE community (and earn points, too).

New Record: Props go out to cyberkiwi, who reached 1,044,354 points overall on May 23, a mere 34 days after he joined Experts Exchange, breaking the old record set by Mestha on February 12, 2009, of 42 days. Following them on the list of the Ten Fastest are imitchie, 50 days; chapmandew, 64 days; ee_rlee, 86 days; KCTS, 89 days; demazter, 91 days; reb73, 92 days; rafrancisco, 95 days; and LPurvis, 96 days, edging andrew_aj1 and leakim971 by a single rotation of the earth.

New Moderator: Please join us in welcoming WallyMod as the newest member of the Moderator team.

Geniuses: Three Experts Exchange members earned Genius certificates in the past couple of weeks. matthewspatrick was credited with his seventh, in Access Coding/Macros; only three other members (angelIII, war1 and lrmoore) have that many or more. jkr is the 15th member of EE to have four Genius certificates, this one in C Programming. Finally leakim971 earned his first 1,000,000 point t-shirt in JavaScript. Outstanding work!

Milestones:

  • angelIII, EE's only Elite member, moved closer to being two-thirds of a Technocrat as he reached the 33,000,000 points plateau.
  • objects has earned 13,000,000 points in the Java Programming zone.
  • ozo has earned 2,000,000 points in Math & Science, and is the 17th member to have 2,000,000 points in each of two zones. The 18th such member is Chris-Dent.
  • rorya joined the Eight Digit club, going over 10,000,000 points overall.
  • RobSampson has earned 4,000,000 points in the VB Script zone.

Kudos: wchirnside asked a question about setting up his first database-driven website, and got a mutual admiration society in the persons of Ray_Paseur and jason1178, who demonstrated how two Experts competing for points can still give each other credit where it is due.

Memo to the younger brother that reads this newsletter: Lasha87's question about figuring out the algorithm for slot reels is right up your alley, but you will appreciate the explanation from MASQUERAID. Still, we'd love to see the explanation of a 97 per cent payout on a machine that pays off 30 different ways.

We knew matthewspatrick is good, but until we saw rvfowler2's question about sending a spreadsheet as an attachment we didn't know how good. As rvfowler2 explained, "Yes, per your suggestion, the below worked perfectly... and you answered my next question (handling the Outlook warning) before I even asked? Excellent! Thanks, Patrick."

lherrou proved to onlinerack and everyone else that there aren't very many questions, when asked properly, that can't be answered: "I LOVE YOU LHERROU........... How on earth did you find that out.... it took me years for someone to post the picture on the internet and within 24 hours you nailed the name... rest assured I bought one of the trees and thinking of buying the rest as I have no idea how to grow a tropical tree in my house... I live in north east USA, where we get cold winters. Thank you soo much, I wish I could award you 1000 points. but really how did you know it."

From the mailbag: In addition to the long note on Facebook published below, there were a couple of other comments sent in recently:

  • ElrondCT wrote: "A truly anal-retentive editor would know that the correct spelling is "supersede," not "supercede" (5th paragraph of your section in the current newsletter). ;-)
    EE handle: ElrondCT
    (no longer an editor, but I once worked on the editorial staff of Foreign Policy magazine)

    We pointed out that Webster's says either is acceptable, which prompted:

    I've remembered the correct spelling ever since I got it wrong in a High School Quiz Bowl competition (a long time ago). Perhaps I should call it "preferred" rather than "correct," based on the MW entry, though they do say that "supercede" is widely considered an error. I note that the spell checkers in both Word and Thunderbird flag it.
     
  • DaveBaldwin also had something to say about the article we wrote about consulting and managing: "Nice article, ericpete... since you came to my conclusion. I always like it when people agree with me."

    We like it, too, Dave. We're just not used to it.

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Tips From the Moderators

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When to step away

walk away

It pretty much happens every day. Someone who has asked a question and has never come back to it to give more details or something like that will decide to delete it without a comment. That starts a four-day process during which the Experts can object to it if they feel they have answered the question.

In that case, most of the time, it's not worth the hassle, and our best advice is to just walk away unless you really think you have answered it. Why? Because if there isn't an answer there, then we're not likely to award you the "Good Answer!" email or the points.

There are a couple of reasons for that. First, because the Asker probably has Premium Services and therefore has unlimited points, awarding them to you, and taking them from him, isn't going to have any impact at all on whether he does it again, at least until he does it often enough to get our attention.

Second, Experts Exchange isn't about effort; it's about solutions. If there isn't a comment that is pretty close to solving a problem, then it doesn't help anyone to save the question.

There is one set of circumstances when you should object, and that's when the Asker has several old questions that he has abandoned. The system locks the Question Wizard when someone hasn't responded to an Expert for two weeks, and trying to delete the question is one of the ways to "unlock" it. So if you think that's what's going on, by all means, ask for us to look at it.

Editors' Choice Articles

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The following article was designated as Editors' Choice by the Page Editors. For additional information on Articles and making sure your masterpiece is up to EE's publishing standards, check out the Article Guidelines and Article Tips zone.

Understanding Network and Internet Latency
by rfc1180:

Many network operators, engineers, and administrators do not take several factors into consideration when troubleshooting network throughput and latency issues. They often measure the throughput by performing a measurement by transferring a large file and measure the time it takes to transfer that file; however the results will result in what is called goodput which is less than the maximum throughput, leading the operators to believe that their link is not operating as it should be. In fact, there are many overheads and other variables involved.

Introduction

The above summary is from a theoretical perspective, it appears straight forward; you have a client and a server connected to a single high-end layer 2 switch (Cisco 2960G) and if you transfer a file, you expect 1Gbps between the client and server. Right?

Microsoft MVPS

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Twice a year, Microsoft announces the people who have been awarded Most Valuable Professional status; about 3,000 people are selected world wide for the honor. Below is a list of the people who were named in April's round; you will note that some of them have not yet taken the time to create a username -- they don't have to until they're going to post -- but we hope will be seeing their names in questions and articles soon. Not to make light of the achievements of all of the MVPs, but just wait: Marco Calasan will be on this list pretty soon.

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Letter to the Editor

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faceborgAliMcJ sent email to us regarding our rant about Facebook.

Yes, regarding Facebook, I wondered if I was the "only person" with access to a computer who enjoys blogs, eBay, and trying out programs, who looked on "Join Facebook" and "Follow us on Facebook [and Twitter]" with apathy, antipathy, and puzzlement simply because its "being everywhere and everyone was joining" aspect raised a red flag.

Under duress, I had opened a My Space page -- necessary for participation in a "Project Dollway" (already with a dedicated Yahoo group, and many of us using Blogspot for personal narratives accompanying the projects) -- simply because the person charged with posting results and specifications for each project was used to that format. I never did get used to it, couldn't remember how I got from one part to another and just where to find these specs, even updated posts. I looked around a bit: it is more interesting than Facebook appears to be -- interesting because it provides more room for individual choices in content.

The first time I reluctantly clicked on one of the "Join us/Follow us on Facebook" lines at the bottom of a web page, it was a gesture I thought I would make out of courtesy to a company I buy things from regularly and which I trust. If the everywhere and everyone aspect had not stopped me from even the remotest interest in it, the page that opened up in my face did: in order to follow someone as a courtesy gesture, I would have to register myself first. I took a look at the fill-ins there, halfheartedly typed in something and immediately decided that I didn't want to waste the time: it held as much appeal as a phone call that, when answered, says "This is an important message for [you], please hold."

"Whaaaat! You walk into my house, do not identify yourself, and then ask me to wait? I don't think so."

I have seen pages there, however, from time to time: they are linked in from google searches: the people that really want to get information to you without holding you hostage to do so are openly accessible: one can follow the links they have there to more personal or private sites.

It took me long enough to open up somewhat on the internet in my posts and feel comfortable with what I said in different places, that is only having to watch any one portion of what I say depending on to whom I am writing.

Not too long ago, Yahoo started asking me if I wanted to share with [who knows who all is on my list of contacts, where they originate from, and where they are located] the post I had just made. Yeah, right: I'm going to talk about something in a niche group and then post it all over the place and then have people all over the place possibly respond and possibly invade the quiet little corners I post in for interest in Art, Dolls, Naruto . . . and at the same time possibly expose members of the group to unwanted public display, as many of my posts are responses to posts of friends in the group.

It disturbed me, then irritated me; I value the privacy that groups afford me to speak openly to people who know where I'm coming from or who share a particular interest or bent. Why would Yahoo give us access to groups which we can monitor for privacy, whose membership can be controlled by a manager, and then turn around and ask if we want to post these "private" messages to people who do not share the interest or the point of view around which the group is centered?

Then came Facebook.

Facebook has the tie-ins with Kodak and I-phones (pre-loaded apps??), which makes adding photos automatic. That's why "everyone" goes there. You don't have to think and it is immediate.

I still enjoy the magic of hypertext -- putting in letters and numbers and getting a graphic visual result.

Indeed we are the lucky ones, spared the trouble of opting out (which is all the rage these days, or so it seems) by never "opting in" in the first place.

--Alison

P.S. I can also add opting immediately out of IM to my list of good fortune. It sounded perfect for me even before I had Internet access: "We can just talk to each other any time we feel like it," and was a factor in my first giving online connection a try (against my better judgement, knowing my tendency to jump in feet first, take on anything new wholeheartedly, and that I would probably not be seen outside again for some time). IM would never have worked for my use anyway: the good buddy I wanted to be in constant contact with still has not managed to get email under her belt, and I don't really know anyone else I need to be more instantaneously in touch with than email will give me: if I'm online, I get my email immediately. . . and Twitter?? Tweeting on Twitter? Cringing and Snickering are my natural responses to those words used seriously. How could I possibly jump into something like that: Conway Twitty and . . . down on Jay Bird Street, All the little birdies goin' tweet tweet tweet" in "Rockin'Robin" are about as close to Tweeting on Twitter as I'll ever get -- though I will read others' a bit when requested. It was big news and CBS(?) invited Twittering during the whole Inaugural to-do; I was horrified when I tuned to the channel to see what "observations" were being made. It had great potential. Plus, as you can see, "Tweets" are way too small for me. If I had to edit myself down to the (135?) characters, I'd be composing one succinct post all day -- or Tweeting gibberish all day.

More News and Notes

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You had us at "Enduring Value": Given the 140-character limit and the here-today-gone-in-15-minutes nature of the beast, it's not all that perplexing that Twitter would use more conventional means to announce to the world that Gordon Gecko lives (and is making a Michael Milken-like comeback). The company has decided that not only will it graciously take a cut of ad revenue earned from twits on the site, but further that if you post your own twits to your own website and then put (for example) Google's AdSense on the page, Twitter expects you to pay. Nice work if you can get it.

In requiem: Martin Gardner, the mathematics writer for Scientific American. Also, Dennis Hopper, best known for his roles in Hoosiers and Speed, but who also appeared in the classics Giant, Cool Hand Luke, Rebel Without A Cause, Apocalpyse Now and Easy Rider (which he directed). Hooper was also the first bad guy on 24 and did voices for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and the Super Mario video games.

pacmanBecause at heart, we're workforce subversives: As a public service, in case you missed Google's homage to PacMan (no relation to EE's moderator) last week, and have no remorse about using up some corporate resources, you can still play for free.

Can we get one for Lindsay Lohan, too? Justin Bieber, the latest YouTube-based teenybopper idol, is the target of a Firefox add-on that removes him from the 'net.

You have to go back to the beginning: Not to make light of what has happened in the Gulf of Mexico, but we can see David Letterman mining Twitter (or Gawker) for his Top Ten.

New to the clearance bin: Walmart is selling 3G iPhones for $97 -- if you can find one (Walmart does take cash, by the way). Of course, you still need that AT&T contract that includes the newly increased "early termination fee" of $325 -- and dropped calls (though MaBell is trying to upgrade). But don't take your new iPad to Yankee Stadium.

Stuff we simply cannot make up:

  • A woman is suing Google because she got hit by a car while walking along a route from Google Maps.
  • Rather than fix its network, or get Apple to fix its phones, AT&T is going to do what any profit-hungry company would do: sell insurance.
  • The "comet" that's supposed to hear about the time the baseball playoffs start might be manufactured.
  • Congress -- the same people who gave us Ted Stevens -- says it should decide what to do (or not) about net neutrality -- but they'll let the FCC handle "hate speech", except in Texas.
  • Speaking of politicians, this isn't the first time we've heard of a "journalist" being in bed with one -- but a blogger?
  • "IE6's ineptitude is a feature, not flaw". Just imagine: A world without YouTube or Facebook... and wait until the IPv4 addresses disappear.
  • Liberia can't find some money, and there's a joke about Nigeria just crying to get out.
  • Late night schlock vendor Kevin Trudeau won't go to jail for criminal content for telling his early-morning audience to spam a federal judge.

Resistance isn't so futile: There are lots of companies out there that would like to help see Faceborg taken down a peg, and given the site's playing fast and loose with the truth when it comes to what it does with your personal information, we're not all that surprised. What does surprise us is that CEO Mark Zuckerberg will respond by trying to deny it (see the bullet points). As a public service, here's how to keep from being either assimilated or attacked.

It should be noted that -- at least for now -- Faceborg finally made the unheard-of response and listened to its users. Of course, the company still doesn't WANT you to use the new privacy controls, but most of your information is public anyway.

That's okay, we understand: Nobody sent us a single Hallmark card... or even a non-Hallmark card. Someone did, however, suggest that we apply for a job at Google.

Signs of the Apocalypse: We still can't cure the common cold, but now we can catch a computer virus. And some things are just wrong, more wrong, or horribly wrong.

Nata's Corner

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Nata's PictureOne of the things that has kept me from wanting to get one of the various mobile computing devices out there is that it will force me to spend still more money on still another plan, and I just can't see the point. But an article on Tech Republic is making me think again. Our contracts with AT&T are just about up, and I've seen and heard lots of good things about the Droid, but now I'm really interested just because I know I can tether it to a netbook or laptop.

After seeing all kinds of articles over the last year or two about how all kinds of crimes are committed by people who are trolling through CraigsList (I'm a fan, by the way -- we found a great deal on a pickup truck a few years back, and my niece bought most of the stuff for her wedding through the site, and then sold it the same way). So it's kind of funny that the police a little ways from here have found a big crime ring operating through it. That didn't stop a California congresswoman from calling for still another law that would be ineffective and unenforceable.

The other day, I came across a little tip that's only useful if you happen to be running Windows Vista, but since that includes me, I'm going to pass it along. Anyone who has been using Windows for any length of time knows what a blue screen of death looks like, and yes, you can get them with Vista. The most common one comes with an error that says "DRIVER POWER STATE FAILURE" in big white letters; your work is gone, and while sometimes it will just go way, most of the time you have to turn off the computer and restart it. But this particular message usually only shows up when the computer goes into "sleep" mode while you have some kind of device hooked up to it, like a cell phone or an iPad. Removing the device might help, but you can fix the problem once and for all by installing a patch.

Finally, and I'm throwing this in just to see if the editor -- who, I swear, is an android sometimes -- will pull it... Eight Washington Post reporters tried to see if they could go a week without being connected. Believe it or not, I've done it, but I sure didn't like the thousands of emails that were waiting for me when I did log in.

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