Archive for March, 2007

ISSA Chapter, anyone?

Friday, March 23rd, 2007

Anyone out there feel like joining forces to start an ISSA chapter in Knutby? Or Uppsala? Or, if you really must, Stockholm? If so, write to me.

The ICU Team From Hell

Monday, March 19th, 2007

I just read a newspaper article about how an elderly woman died on a British Airway flight and was moved to a free seat in first class. Even though the body had a seat belt on, she kept sliding out of the seat on to the floor which upset other passengers in first class. I […]

My ongoing fight with XP

Sunday, March 18th, 2007

I’ve been using Windows since the ’80s. Programming for it, too. That’s been my main “thing” in IT all these years and still is, to some degree. But then, almost two years ago, I got myself a Mac, an iBook, and it’s been downhill ever since. Everything about Windows XP irritates me now. Let’s go […]

Excellent security videos

Saturday, March 10th, 2007

A series of three videos on the subject of rootkits, done by Live Security for Watchguard. Recommended. Malware Analysis: Rootkits, Part 1 Malware Analysis: Rootkits, Part 2 Malware Analysis: Rootkits, Part 3 security

Win on a Mac mashup

Saturday, March 3rd, 2007

This must be one of the most schizoid desktops I’ve ever seen. Here I’m running Parallels’ most recent release of their virtual machine, build 3186, in “coherence mode”. If you look real close, or click on the image for the full size version (so you don’t destroy your eyes in the process), you’ll find the […]