Be sure to check out Microsoft’s offering before you go buy parental control software. Juliana might be the next ZeroCool. Parental Controls – the often overlooked feature of Vista. – Aaron Tiensivu’s Blog
@Live.com no avalible!! Link to LiveSide Register Your @Live.com Address – No Hacks Involved [Unavailable Now]
More about MYSpace Phishing and infecting profiles. Link to BetaNews | QuickTime Helps Spread MySpace Worm
I could not find an exact posting, but this is one of the ones that references it: Correcting the Record About Microsoft
Microsoft has encountered a critical vulnerability in Windows 98, 98 SE and Windows Me that it simply cannot fix, the company acknowledged Friday. The flaw affects Windows Explorer and after investigating the issue, Microsoft said it would need to reengineer a significant amount of the operating system. http://www.betanews.com/article/No_Fix_for_Critical_Windows_98_Me_Flaw/1149873723 Note: Support is going to end July 11, 2007 for Win 98, ME
The URL will change from http://spaces.msn.com/ericvogel to http://ericvogel.spaces.msn.comhttp://ericvogel.spaces.msn.com. http://www.liveside.net/comments.php?shownews=279 The old URL will re-direct for a while.
http://www.betanews.com/article/MSN_Admits_to_Sharing_Search_Data/1138040445 I wish the other search companies like Google would stand up to the DOJ. This is not too prying now, but how far will it be pushed next time?
There has been issues with the comments not working on most themes. I have switched to one that does till the one I want works. Sorry, I misss all your comments.
I do not understand why Premium subscribers do not get Radio Plus for free. AOL for Broadband get full Radio@AOL, Sessions@AOL (Free high quality videos of artest doing a special performance in their studio), and also free full concerts, such as Hillary Duff, Hear a complete CD here and there, music videos. I understand that MSN Premium members get FULL NLB.com access that AOL only gets audio. If you are into entertainment, AOL is the better choice. I hope that MSN gives MSN Radio Plus for free to Premium and hopfully Plus subscribers.
Sorry for letting the Blog go stale. I will try keep it more current. I truely enjoy my MSN Premium Subscription. I just do not understand why there has to be ads in MSN Messenger for a paid account. Even accessing mail via MSN Explorer or hotmail.com (logged in) ads are still all over the place. As many of you probably MSNBC.com has tons of ads making it hard to read. Do I get less ads, better yet, none. Nope. Please MSN, remove the ads.