Parasite Detection

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I ran across a site today that will allow you to detect if software has been installed on your computer that you never asked for. It’s generally the source of frustation for a lot of people. If you’re running Internet Explorer on Windows, stop by to see if you have any of these nasties installed on your machine.

Class Reunion

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I heard from an old friend today. We’re not as close as we used to be, but with him living in Texas, and me in Wisconsin, that will happen. Hopefully we’ll find a chance to catch up again.

Site Update

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I’m finally getting the site updated. Switched the content over to the new design today. I have to import the existing information still, and I also need to build a CSS file to handle your printer. If you’re checking this site out in Internet Explorer 5.5+ it should look fine. If it doesn’t, and you can somehow read this message, please let me know.

Elections

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The crap going on with the elections in our beloved country, the United States, is bullshit.

The French are laughing their asses off at us right now.

Hackland

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It seems that a hacker has been dropping notes on the desktops of people who have broadband Internet access, telling them that their machine is unsecure. Imagine that! The note apparently directed people to grc.com, which is a site that deals with Internet security. So the FBI asked Steve Gibson if he had anything to do with it! Hmm, even if he did, I would have said no, too! Read the full article here.