Gee, you’re not using up your entire gig of GMail storage yet?
If you run Linux, why not use it as a mountable filesystem?
Some electronic voting machines have a secret code that lets a second set of votes to be created.
The companies that test electronic voting machines are bound by contracts with the companies that make the machines not to disclose their test results.
If your polling place uses electronic-only voting machines, you may want to vote by absentee ballot.
The SANS Institute has measured the average time between probes for a system on the Internet, it’s down to 20 minutes. In other words, the worms can find you before you have time to download all those security patches to make a new install of Windows XP safe(r).
They have a paper on how to get online safely.
If you have a system already, or a savvy friend with a CD burner, you can always slipstream the pathches into the XP install – that is, build new XP installation disks with the patches already in place. Here are some instructions for slipstreaming XP Service Pack 2 into XP.
Of course, if you’re really savvy, you could use Knoppix Linux to patch your XP system.
A team at Cambridge University headed by professor Keith Kendrick has discovered that stressed sheep cheer up when shown pictures of friends and relatives.
Ben’s nineteen today!
Lucille Ball once said “Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead.”
Heh, well I married mine!
Happy 24th Sweetie!
Here’s my niece, Julianne Lauring, with a news report from the Democratic National Convention. (You’ll need Real Player if you don’t have it already.)
Back to you, Kent!
Sheep in Yorkshire, England, have learned to roll across barriers they can’t walk across in order to get to peoples’ gardens.