Hey! I should post something here!
Microsoft has released a listing of RSS feeds they have made available. (MSDN) MSDN Just Published (all recently released technical content) Visual Studio Visual Basic Visual C# Visual C++ .NET Framework & CLR Web Services
So…got this beta of Office 2003 I’m testing and every-so-often Outlook forgets my saved passwords for my emails. What’s worse is that you must shut down Outlook and reopen it for the problem to be remedied.
Latest Microsoft bulletins affect Outlook, IE. Two new product security patches from Microsoft target a number of critical security flaws in the Outlook Express e-mail application and Internet Explorer Web browser. [InfoWorld: Top News]
New e-mail worm exploits SARS anxiety. In the latest example of computer virus writers capitalizing on current events, a new e-mail worm uses fears about SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) to entice users into opening a file attachment, infecting host machines and helping spread the virus to other machines on the Internet. [InfoWorld: Top News]
Brief: Microsoft issues patch for Office 2000 registration bug. Users who have experienced the problem since April 15 can now install the patch to repair it. [Computerworld News] I haven’t encountered this one yet but I’m sure I will.
So I was looking at where Dave was testing Trackback they’re putting in radio when I noticed 2 trackback pings. I clicked on the Trackback link to see what they were and here’s what I found. Here’s a page on my Moveable Type weblog. If this is working you will read this text over there….
The transition last night was successfull. Indeed, it took a bit to get it to begin upstreaming but as soon as it did, it was all downhill from there. In case y’all missed the post over at the CampinGuy’s Radio Weblog, here it is again. It goes into detail why I changed and moved from…
Potent Stem Cells Found in Baby TeethWhen his six-year-old daughter pulled out her baby tooth, Songtao Shi of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research in Bethesda, Md., washed it off to prepare it for the tooth fairy. Holding his daughter’s partial tooth, the stem cell researcher noticed living tissue inside and wondered whether…