Monthly Archives: March 2008

Apple’s Safari Push Backlash

Windows users who installed and use iTunes are familiar with the Apple Software Update. This is a great utility to ensure everyone stays up to date with the latest bug fixes and security updates. This week Apple has decided this … Continue reading

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Vista Service Pack 1 Released (again)

Vista SP1 was released this morning, but didn’t show up anywhere except on the tech news channels. A visit to Microsoft’s site had nar a mention of it anywhere – not even their Vista area. After some digging, I finally … Continue reading

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Happy Π Day

Yes, folks, it’s Pi day today. 3.14 people… enjoy the Math geekery today. P.S. (notice the post time for this… 🙂 )

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Domain Management in Vista

I’ve been running into a few problems with Vista and management pack from Microsoft. I use my workstation to manage different domains for clients, so I’m neither a member of the domain nor am I looking to join any of … Continue reading

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Digital Cuba

Circumventing government censorship is nothing new to people in Cuba.  The New York Times posted a story today about how students in Cuba are challenging the status quo.  It’s interesting to see how people get around the limitations other people … Continue reading

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