writes "April 9, 2009 (IDG News Service) China denied Thursday involvement in malware attacks designed to shut down the U.S. electrical grid in a time of war.
"The incident of attacks on the U.S. electrical grid from China and Russia simply does not exist," Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu told reporters, according to a transcript of the briefing.
"We hope the concerned media will cautiously handle groundless statements and especially critiques against China."
My question is how does the Chinese foreign ministry know the Russians were not involved? Something smells fishy..."Link to Original Source
writes "I currently work full time as a LAMP web developer and go to school part time at a local community college for Computer Science. It will be several years at 6 credit hours per semester before I get my BS in Computer Science. I recently heard of an online institution, Western Governors University http://www.wgu.edu/ and am wondering about your thoughts on this particular school and online schools in general. Do you feel the course work covered is adequate? Would a degree from here be respected? I tried taking the easy route once at ITT Tech and quickly left feeling the education was sub-par so I am apprehensive about going outside the traditional route, but they are regional accredited and have Microsoft, Google, IBM, and HP on their advisory board to name a few. Would you not hire someone because of a degree from an online institution such as WGU? Your thoughts in general? Thanks."