Kayodeok's Headlines for Friday 03 September 2004
Friday 03 September 2004
WinXP SP2 = security placebo?
U.S. Defense, Senate Computers are Zombie Spammers
Cryptanalysis of MD5 and SHA: Time for a new standard
SHA-0 Broken, MD5 Rumored Broken
CERT Advisory: "Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) significantly improves your computer's defenses against attacks and vulnerabilities"
Ctrl + 0 resets Firefox text size back to default
Helpful notes for those interested in working with liquid layouts
Ten CSS tricks you may not know
How to track an RSS feed
Embittered Generals: Daniel Glazman on Innovation outside the W3C
WYSIWYG screenscraping: Imagining software which makes sense of HTML
Screenscraping the Senate: Paul Ford's plan to create an RDF description of the U.S. federal government
Windows 1.0 to XP: Screenshots
This video shows Steve Ballmer selling Windows 1.0
Bruce Shneier talks about Windows XP SP2 at Neowin
The emerging two cultures of the internet: There are two cultures growing - those who can filter, and those who can't
The Whole Truth About Metadata in Office Documents
Windows XP Home Secrets
Advanced Security for Outlook: Get rid of the annoying security alerts in Outlook!
In Search of the Ideal Programming Language
We walk on the left hand side of a footpath. Our trains run on the left. We drive on the left. Why is it that on London escalators the rule is reversed: i.e. Keep right and allow any faster commuters to overtake on the left?