__/ [Skeets] on Monday 02 January 2006 09:21 \__
> Happy New Year! At least Happy while I'm using Linux so I don't have
> to worry about Day Zero WMF exploits while I'm using Linux!
Code is executed mindlessly at the mere presence of an object. Not pixel
rendering code, but actual complex libraries, which makes one wonder about
OpenOffice that runs in a /virtual/ machine and benefits from Java's safe
Again, Windows goes for convenience without looking ahead. Now isn't that a
recipe for disaster? The closest form to this would be encapsulated
PostScript, but it is programmed by a proficient crowd that understands and
> Funny, if this DISASTER had occurred in Linux, the Windows crowd would
> be all over it like flies on sh*t. Since their "team" fumbled, though,
> they are speachless... just like political hacks.
Reminds me of a joke I came across yesterday:
The word 'politics' is derived from the word 'poly', meaning 'many'
and the word 'ticks', meaning 'blood sucking parasites'.
> hey, they are on both sides... but the Windows troll hacks are really
> shining this week! -lol-
Wait until the Linux userbase extends and gets itself a voice, either in the
boardroom or the forums or the media:
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