SP2 to the test

Today should be the first time since I’ve updated the handful of XP machines in the office that automatic updates will come into play with Microsoft’s monthly security bulletins coming late yesterday. They’re set to notify the end user that new updates are avaialble. That setting was a guess at what would work best, if…

Brain dead…

Don’t you just hate when you get in a panic about something and spend far too much time on it, only to discover that it was your own stupidity that caused the problem to begin with? I needed to move some stuff from my work PC over to my laptop to take home. The easiest…

Guaranteed listener

OK, I admit it, I’m a sucker. I know I’m not the only one out there either. Yeah, I’ll be listening to Kevin’s podcast later today, simply because he blogged about it and said that I was mentioned in the program. Like you wouldn’t be tuning in to see what he said about you… 🙂…

More Firefox in the news

A roundup of Firefox stuff I’ve posted on the linkblog: J-Walk Blog pointed to a nice collection of Firefox Tips. Lockergnome has information on a new Firefox vulnerability. Marc Orchant is pointing to a customized version of Firefox for portable drives. Not only is this a pretty decent idea to sync your version of Firefox…

Spyware

Last night’s edition of Spyware Weekly contains the full text, and some thoughts about two anti-spyware bills that have passed the US House of Representatives. So if you’re interested, you can read up on them. And if you’re interested in keeping an eye on the latest spyware news, subscribe to the newsletter!