Oh HO! Look at what ended up in my mailbox today! Now I know of a local ISP that uses this company for their anti-spam measures, but who would really use a company for their anti-spam service when they themselves send out unsolicited email (or spam as many people call it)? It would be like purchasing anti-virus software that installs […]
In the newest edition of the ever present Yahoo! Mail Beta game, applications are now available to allow many different things. One of them…blogging to your WordPress blog! Now this is a little overboard, but I figure I’d post via their new application into my personal blog. Ignore, or not. Soon you’ll be able to blog from anywhere, via any […]
Codeweavers is giving away their software for one day, you can read about their press release yourself. Why am I mentioning it here? I commend Mr. White and his company for making a challenge then following through on the promise of free software to all americans (and those on visas) if any of the goals were met. My hat is off […]
Very odd, got a report that my site has a problem according to their safe-site analysis. Now, that’s all great and dandy, but the data returned from the link above (Tuedsay, June 24th, 2008 at 18:20 CST) doesn’t give any reason except: Of the 9 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 3 page(s) resulted in […]
I almost forgot…I am in the business of providing UseNet News and recently found that someone who has a search engine for propagation had linked back – teach me to be too busy! That site is alive and kicking, once you are on the frontpage – look towards the bottom right and click UseNet Propagation Search.
I have added a library of books I have read, reading, or plan to read. This can be access directly by choosing the Books link at the top of the page.
Do you like podcasts?Â I don’t really. Do you like technology?Â I don’t always. WHT was kind of funny and was nice to have on in the background while working on different things…
While taking a break from life today, I found a link to another site called Pandora. References to a Music Genome Project make it sound very cool in what they are trying to do.
Defcon 612 (link) group available. A surprise as I did not know about this ahead of time. Thanks to an old friend of mine (hiya Rich) for this quick tidbit.