Where was I…oh yeah! I guess I was over at Sugarfused this morning and I saw this picture. I died laughing. Unfortunately, it’s something I envision my dogs doing while I’m at work and they’re pissed at me.
Comcast increases Internet rates unless customers get cable Consumer advocates charge that Comcast, now the country’s largest cable operator, is adopting a predatory pricing strategy to fend off satellite TV companies. [SignOn San Diego} I’ve actually been contemplating dropping AT&T in favor of a DISH service. Now that they’ve become Comcast it’s almost a given….
Former hacker warns lawmakers about dangers to personal financial information Kevin Mitnick, whose federal probation on hacking charges ended in January, said businesses need to better protect their computers from newly discovered security flaws and train employees to spot the tricks of identity thieves. [SignOnSanDiego]
I got some shares of “l:dane”‘s weblog today too. And I’ve definetely got the Blogshares thing figured out.
WHAT IS XML?. Here’s some background on XML or extensible markup language. Office 2003 is supposed to be rich with features for using… [Rodent Regatta] You know, I really like XML. I was having the damnest time trying to explain to “l:dane” why the other day. That’s the thing about smart friends, deep theoretical and…
I’m thinking of redesigning the banner of this site again. I really like how the banner over at Campin’ Guy.com came out. So, send me your thoughts and suggestions. I want to see what other people think.
Waiting on my copy of MS Office Beta 2003. “l:dane” got his 2 weeks ago and says it’s got some pretty cool crap in it.
Posted: Keep Off Company Network. A court appeal by an ex-Intel employee hinges on whether his e-mails to ex-colleagues constitute trespass. One court has upheld the company position that it does; now the California Supreme Court has to decide. By Ryan Singel. [Wired News]
So I’m checking out this Blogshares thing. I don’t have enough value yet to go IPO so I’m currently just buying and selling. I’ve already purchased 700 shares of someone’s blog for about $0.55 a share. A pretty good deal looking at their valuation history. Here’s looking at you “l:joe”.