If I were Lemkesoft (publisher of Graphic Converter), I would be really happy about this. What better way to get more people to buy legitimate copies of your program then by scaring them with examples of how stealing the program leads to malware. Maybe software publishers should think about doing this on purpose. If they flooded the torrent world with malware-infected versions of their software then it might scare some users straight.
The cat sometimes likes to sit on top of the router because it's warm. Does that count as being "on" the network?
"...will be handed out tonight at 7:30 EST at Harvard University." Last I checked, Cambridge, MA is currently on Eastern DAYLIGHT Time, not Eastern Standard Time. So that makes the start time of the ceremony very confusing. Or maybe you can only show up if you can actually figure out what time to be there.
A good point. I don't use those features, so I hadn't thought about that, but as far as I know it currently does not. (Although you can make calls to real phones via Google Talk's web interface, so that sort of functionality may exist in the future.)
PowerPC to the rescue! Since v5 only supports Intel chips, I'm happy running v2.8 on my PowerPC machine, and no pushed upgrade for me. What I still don't understand is what the big hoopla with Skype is. Everything I can do on there it seems that I can do over Jabber with iChat.