For the record…

For the record…I’m drinking coffee again in the mornings. I stopped there for a bit. It was the second hiatus from the java juice I’d taken. But much necessary break indeed. Thing is, I love coffee. The snow is clearing in the hills and my son is getting old enough that hopefully, we’ll be able…

More holes than…wait…already used that…

More holes than…wait…already used that one….Macromedia reports critical hole in Flash player [InfoWorld: Top News] Man! Maybe they should start HIRING back all the tech people that have been cut recently. Seems everyone has holes in their programs that could really use some brain power.

Note to self…

Note to self…SEARCHING FOR HOT SPOTS?. 80211hotspots.com allows you to select a city, state or country and find a hot spot for your wireless networking requirements…. [Rodent Regatta] I’ll have to check this out later. Sounds interesting. Of course, you could just wardrive.

To Ooops or not to…

To Ooops or not to Oooops? (Shakespeare reference)…New Windows leaks onto the Web. A test copy of the next version of the Microsoft operating system, code-named Longhorn, offers an unexpected peek at new storage technology and other features. [CNET News.com] I’m sure it was by no accident it was leaked. How better to draw media…

Everyone else is doing it,…

Everyone else is doing it, why shouldn’t we?…Europe targets the Moon. Europe’s first mission to the Moon looks set for a July blast-off – but much will depend on the flight readiness of the spacecraft’s launch rocket. [BBC News | Front Page | UK Edition] Maybe it’s time we take a trip back to the…

Another Coolstop…

Another Coolstop…Sugar’s got a new look.  I like it!…and Sugar said:  “I’m not a pastel kind of girl.  I don’t even wear pastels.  So…I dumped the washed out morning glory background and came up with something a little, uhh, a little more Me.  You keeping up Joe??  ::wink::”[jenett.radio] I like it. It’s a very warm and…

More holes than Swiss cheese…

More holes than Swiss cheese…Major Internet vulnerability discovered in e-mail protocol. The Department of Homeland Security has been working in secret for more than two weeks with the private sector to fix a major Internet flaw that could leave most e-mail traffic vulnerable to hackers. [Computerworld News] Just got the email from Red Hat confirming…