News.com: Open-source group plugs three security holes.
Oh, if you need directions to the dinner, phone me at 408-314-8233, or IM/email me at email@example.com.
Welp, that's enough for your aggregator for the evening. Tonight, please feel free to come and hang out with Jeff Julian and me (and a cast of other geeks). We'll meet over at the Crossroads' food court at 6:30 p.m. Yes, it's another geek dinner!
Loren answers a request to compare and contrast ShareKMC and Synergy (he wrote ShareKMC, which I talked about the other day).
Ahh, my old friend Zane Thomas finally starts a weblog. It only took 3.5 years of chiding. Of course, what did he do? Immediately started wondering if Microsoft would ever deliver a componentized operating system.
Zane is one of those guys who just knows how to push your buttons. He should be quite a good weblogger. Of course, he's another one of those guys who tends to eventually challenge your assumptions. I need more friends like that.
Microsoft Monitor: Microsoft's autumn harvest.
The Sydney Morning Herald's David Stonehouse: The world's best blogs.
Sigh, I didn't make the list. I got a consolation prize, though. David wrote me and told me he reads and likes my blog.
BusinessWeek: MSN's smart move on anonymous chat -- Sorry, critics. Microsoft's decision to limit its service to paying customers makes sense both legally and economically.
Tech Central Station: Is Arnold good for Silicon Valley?
You know, Gizmodo just is the coolest site for a geek toy lover like me.
If you're a Silicon Valley geek, and you want to keep your "geek ID" what's the best way to do it? That's right, build your own Segway.
MIT Technology Review's Bruce Sterling: Ten Technologies that Deserve to Die.
InfoWorld: Microsoft to lift lid on Longhorn OS.