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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Mac mini Apple pie

Here is a Holiday treat for the Mac Lovers in your life


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via MAKE Magazine by Phillip Torrone on 11/27/08

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Mac mini Apple pie - it doesn't get better than this folks.

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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

After Thanksgiving Deals at Amazon.com

Amazon has announced the online location for their Black Friday deals. I don't really like that term, but everyone seems to have adopted it. Oh, well. You can find some deals already by clicking the picture below.

Friday, November 21, 2008

LAFD Offer Toy and Children's Product Recall Information Widget

The Los Angeles Fire Department web site offers a link to this Toy and Children's Product Recall Widget that anyone can embed in their web site. As we head into the holiday season, this information is important to have on hand. Share it with your friends and family!

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Security Alert: Adobe Reader 8.x for Windows

Latest PDF File IconImage via WikipediaI saw this blog post, noting an Adobe Reader Security risk come through my Twitter feed today. It only effects the given systems, but it is worth checking to see if you have the effected program.

You need to update if you use:
Microsoft Windows
Adobe Reader Version 8.x
The current version of Adobe Reader is 9.x. If you update to that version this security risk will also be solved. Adobe Reader is FREE from http://adobe.com

CRITICAL SECURITY ALERT – Update Your Adobe Reader’s

There’s a critical, remotely exploitable vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat/Reader version 8. This effects Adobe Acrobat reader installed on Windows platform.

According to a recent report by Core Security, Adobe Reader is said to have a critical bug that could allow manipulated PDF’s to be sent and then after opening the user could be exploited via the rigged file.

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