Having an end user using any additional security software that is not managed by the enterprise is just asking for a headache.
The way malware seems to work so seemlessly with IE, you would think the malware distributors were on the IE development team.
Our freedom in the US is quickly diminishing under the guise of "Terrorism". It makes me sick watching it happen and knowing there is nothing we can do about it.
Good point. People with money do whatever they want, whether they should or not.
Why doesn't Google stop delving into all these other markets and just stick to what it knows?: SEARCH. I can just see the day in the near future that Google is disliked as much as Microsoft because it was being a monopoly. Good things never last unfortunately...
Thanks. I agree it is another case of hyped up over marketing. It's like Pokemon for example. It's popularity was enormous and kids that were into it really didn't know why. But they HAD TO HAVE them damn trading cards!
I really cannot understand what everybody's interest in Twitter is. I've used it and read some posts and still cannot understand why it is so popular. Maybe I just "don't get it"?
You forgot about Microsoft Bob... oh wait, that was a POS, not an OS. Nevermind...
I've played with it a little and Bing seems to be pretty decent. The problem is that I am so used to using Google for searching that it is a hard habit to break. I don't see myself using Bing like I use Google unless I make it my default search engine and force myself to use it (which I'm not really willing to do since Google does the job just fine). The only way I would make the switch is if Bing provides better search results. This has yet to be seen from any Google competitor...
How is this comparable to domain name squatting? Is a Twitter ID really as important as a domain name?