What forums, blogs or websites that IT, Sys Admin subscribed to?

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  1. akumi

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    Just trying to be up to date with the latest tech for IT, System Administrator, Network Administrator in regards to hardware, software, security, etc. Would be great for everyone to share theirs. Of course, i would count overclockers.com.au as one of the example. :)
     
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    Slashdot, news for nerds, stuff that matters.
     
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    elvis Old school old fool

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  7. PabloEscobar

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    Stile Project
     
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    Gartner.

    No fooling,
    Get advanced warning for what stupid crap your CIO will dump on you.
     
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    ffs I googled this at work.

    Also check their diary to see which vendor's taken them out to a fancy restaurant this week
     
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  10. PabloEscobar

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    Is it still around?
     
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    yes.........
     
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    Given the nature of some peoples' work a "NSFW" warning might be appropriate if anyone is going to post links like PabloEscobar.

    Surely #overclockers IRC chanel on oz.org is the only resource people need ;)
     
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    theregister.co.uk for me.
     
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    To be honest here and Reddit are my main sources
     
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    I must admit Reddit as well, so many tech people on there and lots of useful information.
     
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    Reddit is too hug-boxxy and safespacey for me.
     
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    Signal to noise ratio is terrible, however. You have to sift through a lot of turd to find one gold nugget.
     
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    Now that I have two hours a day travelling time for work, what are some good tech etc. podcasts people would recommend?
     
  20. PabloEscobar

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    Risky Business is entertaining - https://risky.biz/
    RunAs Radio isn't terrible - http://runasradio.com/

    I personally can't stand any of the TWiT ones

    Dan Carlins Hardcore History is good. Worth buying the episodes, not IT related though.
     
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