I have a special likeness for T-Shirt with quotes. More Geeky the quote, more geekier… I mean better.
I got this T-Shirt made for myself a couple of days ago.
I case you didn’t get, it’s a mockery of the crippled iPhone.
Oh by the way, this is my first post on the new blog, and this pic is a response to Swenny’s post on Adding an “i”🙂
Arpit had a joint post on the probable revealation of FSJ (Fake Steve Jobs), along with the info on Exif Data revealations of the Harry Potter book images.
Anyways, the new news is that FSJ has been busted for real. It’s work of a New York Times reporter Brad Stone. The FSJ is Daniel Lyons, a senior editor at Forbes Magazine.
Although Daniel says that he’s surprised that it took so long for people to reveal his real identity, yet it doesn’t really seem that he’s happy about it… or even okay. He looks pretty upset with Brad though 🙂
I don’t intend to post any review of the vista.
There are some neatly written essays on the topics by experts, like this one.
I was going through the article and stumbled on this page, which has the picture given below.
What happened was due merely due to fast glance and my mouse cursor covering a part of the word; the hardware appeared to me as malware, making it Is it time to upgrade your malware?
Now that’s wrong on my part to ridicule someone because of my own mistake… but honestly. Is there any difference?
Very very honestly. I had read only the first two pages the security focus review before writing the above lines. However, the third page contains the following para:
So, one craplet pops up demanding to be enabled; you exit that, and a different one pops up telling you that you really ought not to have done that. Now, my definition of malware is pretty straightforward: malware is any code that causes my computer to behave in a way I don’t intend, or any code that prevents my computer from behaving in a way that I do intend. Thus the Vista Security Centre is, quite simply, malware.