Monthly Archives: July 2007

Screenshots: Why do we want to see them?

Usually when I’m trying to decide whether an application is worth downloading, one of the first places I go to is the Screenshots link. I noticed that I’m disappointed when I can’t find any on a project page. In fact, … Continue reading

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I Will Be Teaching Again

Quick announcement for anyone who is interested. I just took up a position as an Adjunct Professor at Montclair State University and will be teaching two undergraduate Fluency in Technology classes in September. This is in addition to my full … Continue reading

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Windows XP Home: Running as a User

I have always said that the biggest problem with Windows security is that everyone is running as an Admin by default. I never really preached the LUA principle on Windows machines though. Unfortunately, I’m guilty of using an account with … Continue reading

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