I've been seeing a lot of buzz about Android security lately.
As an Android user, this just supports the feelings I had about the issues I've held personally on the whole matter.
Generally I'm a pretty patient guy who accepts people for who they are and don't wish anybody harm. But I really, really hate the people responsible for creating computer viruses, malware and phishing spam! They cause nothing but misery and aggravation for others.
Wifi: I love it. What a great technology, and it just keeps getting faster. We're now talking about Gigabit wireless networks.
And when you're on the go there are tons of free hotspots waiting just waiting for your connection.
If you're out and about with your laptop/netbook/smartphone, then you probably opt to use these free wifi providers over 3g data plans.
But how safe is that? These can be minimal security internet gateways.
Some photos from Jacob`s first trip to the zoo.
I discovered Lullabot recently and I'm getting caught up on their poscasts and screencasts. It's great insight into the Drupal community and Drupal development.
Here are a couple of good ones to get started with images and media:
Drupal Voices 43: Aaron Winborn on the Media module
Exciting development in the Drupal Media model. This sounds amazing.
Photo galleries with Views Attach
Here's how to setup Thunderbird so you can read your favorite RSS Feeds just like email.
A photo gallery of my dog Pheobe.
As a big fan of NetBeans, I was really happy to hear that IBM called off their plans to acquire Sun Microsystems. With IBM in control of Eclipse (enemy #1 for NetBeans), I knew the future would be dim for my favorite IDE. Even though NetBeans is Open Source, Sun has been actively funding the project for years. IBM wouldn't likely not have the same priority.