My brother has purchased an iMac G5 with the I-Sight Camera. Bastard. I want one. Next up is me I think, as soon as the first Intel laptops are released.
Steve Gibson of the Security Now! podcast has created an Ultra High Security Password Generator. For those of you who are very paranoid about making sure no one hacks into your wireless connection, this page is for you. No more weak wireless passphrases. The cool part? The page is a SSL page, so it is […]
I love it when I come up with a brilliant idea! Oh what could it be? 😉 Perhaps a new web site?
Sony has announced it will recall 18 CD’s that have its rootkit technology. Details will be released soon. About time. Now how about an uninstall program that doesn’t phone home and that actually restores a computer back to its former state? I hope all forms of DRM get a serious revaluation after this episode. Content […]
Wired News says it best. Boycott Sony.
FolderShare looks like a killer application. Basically it syncs files between computers using P2P technology. So for example, you could keep an exact copy of your music folder on both of your computers, automatically synced as you add music. Or say you want to be able to access files from work at home. Pretty cool […]
Good work Microsoft. I didn’t think they would have the stones to do it, but they will be providing signature updates to Windows Antispyware and the Malicious Software Removal Tool to get rid of that Sony DRM that is on some CD’s. Thankfully some major corporation has a clue about this stuff. I refuse to […]
Now this has some serious protential. CellStik is a simple USB drive with a connector on one end that allows you to plug it into your cell phone. You then press a button and instantly your address book on the phone is completely backed up. What is even cooler? You can then go to another […]
If you are sick of Notepad, just download a much better text editor known as Notepad2 and then replace the old Notepad.exe by following these instructions.
A humorous story every computer guy should read.