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daily link  Saturday, September 18, 2004

Terrorism works: Dave Pell says it well.  "there is a much more important and much more troubling lesson in all of this. It has to do with the effectiveness of terrorism. A limited number of people in Iraq have managed to throw that country into instability and by all evenhanded accounts, the very idea of a democratic and peaceful Iraq is now at stake.

Terrorist acts will rearrange the government in Russia. They've impacted elections in Europe and largely dominated the airtime in our own election. They've thrown the Middle East peace process into what seems like an endless backwards spiral (and remember, Israel is the country with the by far the most expertise when it comes to dealing with terrorist threats).

The lesson of these times is that relatively small groups of people can have a major impact on world leaders and populations. And we should be spending a much more significant amount our debate time trying to come up with better ways to defuse this growing threat."  7:52:09 AM  permalink  

vmktree for VMWare ESX server: "vmktree is a free web tool that shows you the graphs of resource usage of VMWare ESX Server.  .. While vmkusage does a descent job of collecting performance data, vmktree is presenting this information in a slightly different and more flexible way. vmktree generates graphs interactively as needed while vmkusage generate static graphs every five minutes.  Screen shots are available here: Screen shot 1 Screen shot 2"  7:47:14 AM  permalink  


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