Archive | February 17, 2004

Salt in the wound

CNET – Front Door reports Source code opens window to old IE flaw. “Security researchers confirm that leaked Windows source code can be used to find flaws in Microsoft’s software.” Isn’t that funny? It’s the same reason that Open Source developers release their code

No closed captioning == censorship?

Garrett Fitzgerald’s Blog links to an article that says Witches are uncaptionable. Or at least, so says the Department of Education.
– funding for closed-captioned programs have been cut back, in an unacceptably slanted manner. How is it that the “news” system we pride ourselves on – print, radio and TV – has missed this completely? That’s scary!

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