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Tuesday 14th August 2007


Basic Computer User

Patch Tuesday to Bring 9 Microsoft Bandages
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday is bringing nine fixes, six of which address critical problems in Windows and Office more

Biggest Pump-and-Dump Scam Ever Spikes Spam 445%
The largest spam scam ever tracked increased the spam count by 445 percent in one day. more

Cyber divide widens: Kids outsmarting (lying to) their parents more

Terabyte hard drive for laptops
Fujitsu has developed a hard disk manufacturing technology that will cram 1.2 Terabytes (TB) of data – or 1,200GB – on to a standard laptop drive.more

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Advanced Computer User

Understanding Account Policies on Windows Server
Each day I get into office, I log on to my computer. Each time I go to the ATM, I need my Personal Identification Number (PIN). These passwords and PINs perform a very important role, which is to prove my identity to the system or service I am accessing. more

Windows rootkits 101 more

Unpatched VoIP hole cracked at Black Hat
Researches have demonstrated a vulnerability in VoIP software which they claim allows a the hacker to take control of a victim’s computer. more

Malware Web sites: now 30,000 a day
Security experts demand more vigilance by Web-hosts to curb the explosion in malware-infected Web sites, which are appearing at a rate of 30,000 per day, according to Sophos. more

SCO stock plummets on Unix verdict more

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These unusual “Spiderman push-ups” are not only good for strengthening your shoulders, upper arms, and chest, but, as Jon Herring pointed out, “They provide an added element of resistance for your core.” And strengthening your core can restore flexibility and protect your back from injury.

Here’s how you can do these Spiderman push-ups on your own:

Get into push-up position, making sure your hands are lined up with your chest.
As you’re going down into a normal push-up, lift your right leg up to the right side, bending your knee.
(Make sure your leg is parallel with - not perpendicular to - the floor.)
Draw your bent knee up to touch your bent elbow.
Repeat with the left leg.
Do 10-15 repetitions on each side.
For variations on this exercise, search for “Spiderman push-ups ”on Google or YouTube. Tomorrow, I’ll tell you about another unusual push-up you can try.

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Some intersting data on water shortages here

Oscar the cat predicts when their time is up here

Don’t Take Health Advice From a “Sicko ”By Jon Herring

I applaud Michael Moore’s efforts to focus attention on our ailing healthcare system in his recent documentary, Sicko. And I agree with his premise that the system is seriously broken. But I take serious issue with his proposed “solution."

Moore’s solution for our broken healthcare system is to replace what we currently have with what amounts to socialized medicine: universal access and a single payer (the government). But he completely ignores what is REALLY broken - which is that the incentives are misplaced and the methods of care (primarily drugs and surgery) are often counterproductive to good health.

There is no incentive for the prevention of illness and the promotion of good health. The incentives in our system are geared almost exclusively toward managing sickness and treating disease. And the evidence that the methods we use to do so are antiquated and dangerous is right before our eyes. In fact, the healthcare system itself is the leading cause of death in the United States (according to The Journal of the American Medical Association), because of medical errors, infections transmitted within hospitals, surgical errors, adverse drug reactions, and more.

In a recent blog entry, Dr. Mark Hyman writes, “If we improve a broken system just by reorganizing how it is paid for, we still have a broken system. ”He goes on to say, “Until it is PROFITABLE for everyone to help create health rather than disease, we will not thrive as a society. Promoting and treating sickness should not generate more profit. Creating health should."

I couldn’t agree more. But don’t expect changes in this broken system. The drug companies like it just fine the way it is, and they have billions to ensure it stays this way. Instead, focus personally on the prevention of disease and care for your body by exercising consistently, enjoying sunlight frequently, supplementing your diet intelligently, and eating moderately and healthfully.

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Here’s an interesting one for those in the USA. Apparently income tax cannot be proved to be lawful.. here

There’s a graphic artist out there with _way_ too much spare time... When cloning goes wrong here

My brother sent me this.

I work, they pay me. I pay my taxes and the government distributes my taxes as it sees fit. In order to get that pay cheque when I work on a W.A. mine site or a Kalgoorlie construction project, I am required to pass a random urine test, with which I have no problem. What I do have a problem with is the distribution of my taxes to people who don’t have to pass a urine test.

Shouldn’t one have to pass a urine test to get a welfare cheque because I have to pass one to earn it for them??

Please understand, I have no problem with helping people get back on their feet. I do on the other hand have a problem with helping someone sit on their ass drinking piss & smoking dope.

Could you imagine how much money the state would save if people had to pass a urine test to get a public assistance cheque????? Every Welfare recipient regardless of location, colour, creed or religion.

Please pass this along if you agree or simply delete if you don’t. Hope you all will pass it along, though because something has to change in this country, and soon!

Space hotel to welcome guests by 2012 more

Fingerprints get more revealing more

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