Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Article Roundup

TechNewsWorld tells us how small security risk is still a selling point for Linux.

This is very cool if you are a die-hard Emacs user - Bill Clementson discusses Conkeror in Firefox for Emacs Users. Throw away your mouse for good. Here's a screenshot showing the numbered links for easy keyboard navigation:


Debian Administration tells us how procmail can help handle Debian mailing lists easily.

The title says it all - Microsoft launches security for Windows. Apparently, MS now thinks they should "protect people who use its Windows operating system from Internet attacks". They are just thinking about this now? Worse, it costs $49.95 per year for up to three computers. They should be giving this away for free, since they're the ones that have been subjecting the world to their horridly insecure software for years.

Kerneltrap gives us a two-part interview with the many developers at the 2006 OpenBSD Hackathon.

Simon Cozens shares the contents of his bin directory.

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