Adagios is a web based Nagios configuration interface built to be simple and intuitive in design, exposing less of the clutter under the hood of nagios. Additionally adagios has a rest interface for both status and configuration data as well a feature complete status interface that can be used as an alternative to nagios web interface.
Project website is at http://adagios.org
In order to actually stay safe online, you need to see the “seams” of the web, you need to pay attention, use your brain.
A quote reported by Jeremy Keith on his Adactio blog on a long piece on the recent discussions in browsers’ development about hiding, or not, the URL of the visited websites. Emphasis on the quote is mine…
via Wunderlist blog…
Browser push notifications are a new channel that increases engagement with your website visitors.
via Campaign Monitor an amazing tool to create your next html, responsive, appealing newsletter for your customers.
As we look ahead to the future, we‘re focusing our efforts on bringing the latest and greatest to the most recent versions of Skype. As a result, we are going to retire older versions of Skype for Windows desktop (6.13 and below) as well as Skype for Mac (6.14 and below) over the next few months.
Hard times awaits me… since I’m still using version 2.8.something of their client on my Macs!
The other day I quickly closed the window asking me to update my Flip4Mac Player installation. Early this morning I went to their website and discovered that the software now is pay-only, while in the past the basic player was free (as in beer) and there was a path of pay-a-fee upgrades available.
I’ll store my free DMG installation file, but I think I’ll remove it from my list of “to have” apps… The lack of the link is intentional :-(