DelawareBoy writes: Long Zheng is reporting of two new Vista security exploits which have been discovered. After describing the known exploit of the Voice Recognition Flaw, Long proceeds to describe two more flaws, one of which resides within the Oft-praised Visual Studio 2005. If three exploits have been discovered this soon after the release, how many more are out there?
deadweight writes: CNN http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/02/05/space.love/index
. html is reporting that Navy Capt. Lisa Marie Nowakd attempted to kidnap a women in Florida. Evidently they were competing for the attention of Bill Oefelein, a Navy commander and space shuttle pilot. I think NASA's funding worries are over. How about Space Station cat fight PPV?
MattSparkes writes: "Budget cuts could leave NASA without a Space Shuttle replacement, and leave it reliant on private firms to get payloads into space. A similar scenario happened between 1975 and 1981 when NASA made the transition from Apollo to the Space Shuttle. It seems like a strange state of affairs when a magazine can take people to space, but the USA can't."