27-Jan-2003MAS on Slammer, The SQL Server Worm
MAS says, in his great curmudgeonly journal: You can lead a database administrator to a security patch , but you can not make him install. Between my job, INeedCoffee, and home I’ve got nine SQL Server 2000 installations. All of them have the latest Service Packs installed. Staying current with service packs for licensed programs…
27-Jan-2003Latest San Diego Bloggers
01/03/2003: lifestudent.com 01/06/2003: Sector 7-G 01/09/2003: The Fishing Caper 01/14/2003: jason and jane 01/16/2003: House of MirAGe 01/17/2003: Global Error Log 01/24/2003: Jianda.net 01/24/2003: Adam Bishop 01/24/2003: Beware the Edge 01/24/2003: Sugar Mama PR Journal 01/26/2003: ArchaeologyOnline Blog 01/26/2003: MuseumGuru Blog 01/27/2003: Casual Reflection San Diego Bloggers continues to be a fun side project for…
27-Jan-2003Dave Barry, Blogger
Dave Barry, National Treasure, has a new blog. The obvious line: I swear I’m not making this up.
27-Jan-2003Maybe My Prediction Was Right
…but only in Oakland. More than 50 blocks of International had stretches of virtually lawless zones nearly three hours after the Super Bowl. At least 12 cars were set on fire, many windows were smashed, some businesses were broken into and looted, bus benches were pushed over and street signs ripped down as police battled…
27-Jan-2003AIGA: Experience Design: San Diego: Update
So I wrote the other day about missing the AIGA Experience Design meeting — well, I got a note back from one of the organizers: You’re not the only one who got lost in the traffic mess. Our next event big event is slated for March 27th so mark your calendar. We will probably be…
27-Jan-2003Lindows Trademark Case Going To Court
Lindows.com summary judgment motion dismissed — yeah, I’m still watching Lindows with interest.
27-Jan-2003My Super Bowl Prediction: Incorrect
From NBC San Diego: More Than 100 Arrested In Gaslamp Quarter: Crowds Generally Well-Behaved, Police Say San Diego police arrested 109 people for various offenses at Super Bowl-related activities. … On the whole, (Officer) Hassen said, the crowds gathered to take in the pre-show festivities have been well-behaved. I’m glad I was wrong. I think…