^ I reckon Insult before Intro can be dismissed as a crass gate-crashing error. Insult after Intro, however, may cause offense and means you may be resricted to drinking the instant coffee instead of the really good beans, or even banned from the lounge altogether
Earlier today LinkedIn launched a new iPad app and what appeared to be a pretty slick feature for iOS Mail called Intro. It presents the a profile of email senders right within the body of the message, with more details available with a single tap. It works like other email tools like Rapportive.
Intro appears to deliver contact details in a nifty interface.
I have tinkered with VBox to run virtual *nux clients, but never did much with them. I don't even think I networked them together (because I don't know how). So I need a sort of crash course, or 101 intro to virtualization, or what have you. Basically, where can I find anything/everything a newbie would need to go from 'knows nothing' to 'knows a lot more than nothing'?
If you run any type of network infrastructure there will come a time you need a low-level packet sniffer to work out just what is going on. Colasoft's Capsa product challenges the myth these tools must be hard to use.