When I click on the "Video Status" links, both on the linked page & in the email that was sent to me by Google, it takes me to a Google Accounts page which only says "Invalid Request". Is anyone else getting this?
Considering that the vast majority of computers come with Windows preinstalled on them, I'm not sure that you can say that end users choose Windows over Linux, either.
I scanned them using the Symantec online scanner that Comcast offers, then rescanned them w/ClamAV from the linux laptop. Wireless key has already been changed tho the router didn't show any suspicious connections in the logs. None of the computers showed the popup from Comcast when visiting any websites, just the email. Only things I didn't check were the Wii & the Xbox.
I got an email about bot traffic from my ISP. I'm running a mediabox & server, plus my netbook, which all have Arch on them. The girlfriend's computer & laptop are running XP & Windows 7, respectively. I scanned for viruses on everything, & came up w/nil...
Cthulu on a Plane?
I have an HP Mini 110 & it has the buttons on the sides, but after a few minutes of getting used to it it hasn't really bothered me. I generally tap on the touchpad for left click anyways, & I use a lot of keyboard shortcuts. Maybe it's just me.
Cats are easier to emulate. I have two cats & two computers & not a single one of them pay any attention when I call them.