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Monday Evening News (8 Comments) (link)
 Monday, 1-September-2003  18:06:25 (GMT +10) - by Mred32

The creator of one variant of the Blaster Worm has been caught. He faces a maximum 10 years jail or US$250,000 fine. More here. Not quite enough of a penalty I think. Thanks to those who sent in the link.

The folks over at Metku Mods are having fun screwing things. A little "tutorial" to show you what can be done to all those case screws.

For those into creating Flash stuff, Kyle has a guide to creating realistic-ish motion. Read it here.

Bit-Tech get dirty and decide to mod a Koolance PC2-601 water cooled case. The results are rather nice!

Another security update from Microsoft, This time, its the scripting engine and it affects all versions of Windows after Windows98. More info here, patch from Microsoft. Thanks Kernal32.

John Carmack is moving into rocket science, in a bid to win a $10,000,000 prize in a competition to build and fly a rocket ship into space and back. Sounds like fun!!! Thanks Dan.

Anandtech have posted Part II of their PSU round-up. Mean while, Blynk Net mod their PSU with a pretty blue UV reactive cover. Pics and info here.

OHLS Place have part II of their Project Nehemiah, where they set about turning a VIA M1000 Nehemiah Mini-ITX motherboard into a Linux file server.

ComputerSphere have some user submitted Sandra screenshots of a Celeron overclocked to 3360.95. Nice.

From Ambush, "This post gives a tongue-in-cheek approach to letting programmers know how to maintain SCO compatibility in their wares through future versions, so that SCO doesn't have to fork out big dollars in support." Read it here. Also from Ambush, he wants us all to know that Cherry Coke can now be found in Woolies. Cheers Ambush.



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