I found a Powerpoint thing I did a couple of years ago for The TARDIS Project, at The University of Edinburgh.
I found that the next link was to some guy somewhere who had gleefully plundered my carefully crafted (made up in an hour or so) DNS and BIND tutorial.
I wouldn't mind so much, but I am not credited in his thievery, although it's rather obvious since he left my username in one of the slides, the donkey fucker, and also there are several references that I wouldn't expect a Redhat monkey to make...
sjh@mccoy:~$ cat /etc/hosts
184.108.40.206 mccoy.tardis.ed.ac.uk mccoy
220.127.116.11 baker.tardis.ed.ac.uk baker
18.104.22.168 packages.tardis.ed.ac.uk packages
And here's the domain name I was searching for - at the time I wrote the tutorial I didn't have my company:
Fault tolerance? Through nifty DNS hacks
www.teviot.com. 60 IN A 10.0.1.100
www.teviot.com. 60 IN A 10.0.2.100
www.teviot.com. 60 IN A 10.0.3.100
So, M. A. Agheli, whoever you are, it's polite to at least add a link to the thing you're stealing, or at least, don't make it so fucking obvious.