To read each part of this series click on the name below. Parts are in sequence, top to bottom.

Q & A Part 1: Gigabit Ethernet and Linux Web servers

Q & A Part 2: Lightning Data Transport and SOIP

Q & A Part 3: Windows NT and Wireless networking

Q & A Part 4: Linux and Oracle

Q & A Part 5: Java and Microsoft Registrations

Q & A Part 6: WebSphere and .ca domains

Q & A Part 7: Search Engines and ColdFusion

Q & A Part 8: DHCP and VPNs

Q & A Part 9: Office XP and NT screensavers

Q & A Part 10: DDOS attacks and world's fastest computer

Q & A Part 11: XML; TV and Radio over the Internet

Q & A Part 12: Wireless LANs and Code Red

Q & A Part 13: IDE drive limits and Socket numbers

Q & A Part 14: Big monitors and Moore's law

Q & A Part 15: Nimda virus, Windows RG and Hyperthreading

Q & A Part 16: DLTs, Oracle, and Pentium 5s

Q & A Part 17: Steganography, RAM types, and Anonymizers

Q & A Part 18: Superworms, VPNs, and Digital Cameras

Q & A Part 19: Terminal Server, IIS, and AMD CPUs

Q & A Part 20: WayBack Machine, Ultradense servers, and Warez

Q & A Part 21: Opera, Samba and JBuilder

Q & A Part 22: iFeel, MOSIX, and MTH

Q & A Part 23: Distributed computing lawsuits, Lindows, and Office XP SP1

Q & A Part 24: Mersenne Primes, Treo, and KDE

Q & A Part 25: CPIP, Secure Linux, and PANs