The Great Pretender writes: The BBC reports that scientists are developing a pill which could boost women's libido and reduce their appetite. The hormone-releasing pill has so far only been given to female monkeys and shrews who displayed more mating behavior and ate less. The team from the Medical Research Council's Human Reproduction Unit in Edinburgh believe a human version could be available within a decade. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/6606927.stm. I was married to a shrew once...
However, a flame war between OpenBSD users and Theo & Theo's loyalties has almost immediately initiated on the thread in misc. since the announcement never made its way to the security-acouncement mailing list.
Some of Theo's responses:  And the reaction of users: 
Majordomo at lists.openbsd.org
reports 11323 subscribers to security-announce and only 3866 for
Correct or not, it is reasonable to assume security-announce is the important
one to watch for most people"
firefly_blue writes: "Skype confirmed today that it uses Postgresql successfully for its backend by releasing a number of enhancements they have made for the database. This includes SkyTools used for replication and failover, PgBouncer a lightweight connection pooler and PL/Proxy a language for creating proxy functions that call actual functions from a partitioned database. A quick overview of Postgresql's use in Skype is presented in a white paper."
DigitalDame2 writes "Lance Ulanoff of PCMag believes that the Viacom and YouTube lawsuit is a bad idea because it has the potential to damage the burgeoning online video business; instead, it could work with the millions of people who are currently viewing Viacom content on YouTube. On the other side, Jim Louderback, an editor-in-chief of PCMag says that Lance doesn't know what he's talking about: with all the content available online for free, Viacom can kiss those investments goodbye. YouTube is actively filtering, actively allowing uploads, and making money off of the content that's been uploaded. The courts will find that Viacom has been wronged, that Google has not done enough to protect the rights of copyright holders, and that Google owes Viacom reparations. Whose side are you on?"