Mark of Exclamation Mark has a new blog dedicated to pictures of Jesus from different time periods, cultures, etc.
Why can’t the drive thru chapel in Vegas have a webcam too?
Don’t sell any of your Symantec stock yet.
The viruses were published last month in a virus-writing tutorial written for an underground hacker group calling itself the Ready Ranger Liberation Front, and take advantage of security vulnerabilities in the new command shell. Unlike the traditional Windows graphical user interface, which relies heavily on the mouse for navigation, command shells allow users to use powerful text-based commands, much like Windows’ predecessor, DOS.
I especially loved this tip (er, not that I would ever use it. Ahem):
That’s just great. So I have “wires crossed”?
Most of these I had never heard of before.
(via Information Junk)
At least there isn’t a war on or anything.
The president departed yesterday for his longest stretch yet away from the White House, arriving at his Crawford ranch in the evening for a round of clearing brush, visiting with family and friends, and tending to some outside-the-Beltway politics. It is the longest presidential retreat in at least 36 years.
The August getaway is Bush’s 49th trip to his cherished ranch since taking office and the 319th day that Bush has spent, entirely or partially, in Crawford — nearly 20 percent of his presidency to date, according to Mark Knoller, a CBS Radio reporter known for keeping better records of the president’s travel than the White House itself. Weekends and holidays at Camp David or at his parents’ compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, bump up the proportion of Bush’s time away from Washington even further.
Bush’s long vacations are more than a curiosity: They play into diametrically opposite arguments about his leadership style. To critics and late-night comics, they symbolize a lackadaisical approach to the world’s most important day job, an impression bolstered by Bush’s two-hour midday exercise sessions and his disinclination to work nights or weekends.
Is this letter real and if so, is looking at the President now a threat to security?
The part of the security measures that may concern you is that no one will be allowed to be standing on the apartment patios or even looking out of the windows toward the landing zone (You wouldn’t want to be confused for a sniper trying to harm the President)…