In a Nutshell: Facebook caught a lot of flack for supporting CISPA, something they’ll hopefully rescind in the face of user outrage. The legislation is another one of those things which starts with a good mission (communicating effectively about cyber attacks), but trusts the government with too many really broad powers. I’ll weigh in as opposing this for the lack… read more
The McAfee Glitch starts when an automatic update is pushed out to users. It is supposed to contain updates targeting new viral threats, but instead becomes ths problem itself. Due to an oversight in McAfee’s quality assurance testing, the antivirus software inadvertently targets a core system process (SVCHOST.EXE) as being a virus. The problem doesn’t rear its head until the… read more
First, a little history: Today (4/16/12), Walmart launched a new Disc-to-Digital service for getting your movies into the cloud for streaming. In other words: you can now turn your physical movie library into a digital one. This is all done through Walmart’s Vudu service. For those of you who don’t know, Vudu is a place you can buy and rent… read more
Do you have an iPad 2, but want an iPad 3? Hate to pay $500 all over again? Here’s a simple trick to parlay your old iPad into your new one: SELL IT! You may think the old adage that technology constantly outdates itself, thus killing it’s resell value after each new model, is true for all technology, but it’s… read more
UPDATE 7/4/12: Thanks to our counterparts across the pond, who voted not to ratify it, ACTA is now effectively dead in the water! http://torrentfreak.com/acta-is-dead-after-european-parliament-vote-120704/ Need a refresher on what ACTA is? Read my original post below: It all makes more sense now. The US co-created ACTA with Japan back in 2006, and ever since, we’ve had bad copyright/censorship legislation which… read more
I am launching a bunch of new services VERY soon, so keep an eye out!
I’ve outgrown my facebook page, so I’ve setup this new shiny website!