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Friday Morning #2 (9 Comments) (link)
 Friday, 3-December-2004  02:06:27 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Microsoft have decided against SP5 for Win2k. The company said that by going with a collection of updates, rather than a service pack, it would be enabling customers to update their machines more quickly.

Also receiving a patch is Internet Explorer. The vulnerability, dubbed the Internet Explorer Elements flaw by Microsoft, had previously been called the iFrame vulnerability.

APC have a lighthearted but insightful series of articles following the Kazaagate trial.

Speaking of trials, a recent one has revealed Optus having a stake in porn businesses.

Here's an Australian website with some cool storm chasing photos.

QUT has a cyber-speak dictionary online now. If you can't tell your "warez" from your "pong", or whether you're "datacasting" or "warnibbling", this QUT student creation may help you navigate your way through cyberspace. Uuurrgh.

OC.com have some thoughts about why AMD is keeping quiet about their 90nm processors.

TheInq meanwhile cover Intel's plans for EM64T P4's.

ModdersHQ have a guide to watercooling your 6800GT video card.

If you're really bored, here's a few things to do before you die. Extract your own DNA by spitting gargled salt water into diluted washing-up liquid and slowly dribbling ice-cold gin down the side of the glass. Spindly white clumps which form in the mixture are, basically, you. Eew.

Lycos say they weren't hacked after all.

If you have a Radeon X800 or better, you're one of the few people who can check out these new demos from ATI.

Troy noticed that our own Air Force has a flash timewaster for budding fighter pilots. Seems to be quite a bit to it, should keep you busy on a quiet Friday.

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