December 15, 2008 • 3:12 am
Computers running Microsoft’s Operating System has never been stronger in my end. I’ve seen Macs all over the place too, but not computer running Linux: Ubuntu, which I heard does not need AntiVirus as long as patches are up to date.
Use Linux: No AntiVirus needed
The Internet is not a friendly environment for the computers running Microsoft Operating System.
To be safe, AntiVirus and Firewall are needed. There are plenty of choices for AntiVirus bundled with Firewall, spyware removal, and e.t.c with price tag and expiration date.
Near the expiration date the AntiVirus software will start giving notification that the protection is about to expire.
Renew or face the consequences!
Here is the Typical Expiration Notice: Your current product subscription expires on 22-Dec-2008. Norton AntiVirus Special Edition Subscription. Renew for the latest virus and spyware protection for your PC
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November 21, 2007 • 7:03 am
Setting: Washington DC –The White house, November 2007.
The story started with the name Fran Tonwnsend. Her profile goes this way, she was President Bush j.r’s leading White House-based terrorism adviser, a spokesperson, confidant. Accordingly, Fran Townsend did some high profile press conferences, not as high as Karl Rove (ex-Adviser) or Donald Rumsfeld (ex-Defense Secretary) or Alberto Gonzales (ex-Justice man) because frankly the name Fran Townsend didn’t ring a bell to me, not until today. The story ended, like this, ” she too like the others had resigned as the white house terrorism adviser.”
As the leak involving CIA-operative Valerie Plame was fading out in my memory, here comes the Scott McClellan’s book soon to be released, which I found the excerpts interesting, here is what Scott has to say:
“I had unknowingly passed along false information. And five of the highest-ranking officials in the administration were involved in my doing so: Rove, Libby, the vice president, the president’s chief of staff and the president himself.”
Well, that is just a teaser – a good one, a very effective marketing tool because it stir emotions, create controversy, open old wounds and e.t.c.
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