Geek Stuff, General Interest, Patches, Podcast, Rants, SPAM, Security, Wiki September 5th, 2007
Recorded: September 4, 2007
Your Hosts: Keith Albright, Rich Niemeier, Ted Miller, and Steve Murawski
Show Length: 1:50:33
Ted returns this week for a regular format show. We discuss some recent news items; Microsoft shuts down AutoPatcher, SpamHaus gets a legal reprieve, and Sony introduces rootkit 2.0. Rich discusses the appropriateness of companies editing their Wikipedia articles and a look into the future of video on the Internet. Steve discusses employees Cyberslacking habits and the effect on companies. We end with our website picks and as usual, we hope you enjoy.
A reminder for Podcamp Philly. Keith will definitely be there on Saturday and possibly Sunday. Drop him a note at Keith [at] acoupleofadmins.com if you want to meet up for lunch.
Links mentioned in this show:
- Podcamp Philly
- Microsoft Takes Down Autopatcher
- Spamhaus off hook for $11 million judgement
- Storm Worm Add Millions To Botnets
- Sony Rootkit 2.0
- Corporate Wikipedia Editing
- The Future Of Internet Video
- I-Caught TV Show
- Foldersize Utility
- Email at Work
Other podcasts mentioned in this show:
See the full show notes here.
Steve’s Pick: www.diigo.com
Keith’s Pick: www.digibarn.com
Rich’s Pick: www.livecdlist.com
Ted’s Pick (By Rich): www.flock.com