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Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or, okay, under a few feet of snow — stay warm DC area!) you will have heard about the launch of Google Buzz. It actually launched a few days ago but has only within the last day or so been set up for all GMail accounts. Do you use Twitter? Google Buzz is sort of Twitter for GMail. A new menu item is set up within your GMail, and when you click on it you’ll see posts from people who you’re following.
Noah Wyle as Steve Jobs and Anthony Michael Hall as Bill Gates A few months back, I noticed a bunch of folks tweeting about the 1999 made-for-TV-movie “Pirates of Silicon Valley.” I remember hearing about the movie just as I was moving to Silicon Valley that year, but never got around to watching it. I had heard mixed things about the movie, and its accuracy, but the tweets seemed pretty positive, so I decided to rent it and see for myself. It exceeded my tremendously low expectations. Though as far as factual accuracy, it’s hard to say where truth ends and creative license takes over.
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This isn't specific to multi-site clustering, but I've certainly had to use this many times when adding devices to my multi-site clusters. Adding disks to a multi-site Windows 2008 cluster is not as easy as it should be. In Windows 2008, Microsoft has added some new "logic" while adding disk resources to a cluster. In Windows 2008, when you attempt to "Add a disk" through the cluster administrator GUI, the cluster does a quick check on the available disks to ensure that the disks are present on all nodes of the cluster before presenting this as an available disk in the Cluster Administrator GUI. This can be bad for geo-clusters as the disks are unlikely read/write enabled on all sites, causing the cluster GUI to display an error message: You may also experience this same behavior when adding a disk resource to a 2008 cluster that you only want to have available to a single, or subset of nodes.
Microsoft fixed 26 vulnerabilities in 13 security bulletins as part of its Patch Tuesday, including critical ones for Windows that could be exploited to take control of a computer and one that has resided in the 32-bit Windows kernel since its release 17 years ago. The top priorities for deployment are bulletins plugging holes in the SMB (Server Message Block) Protocol, Windows Shell Handler, ActiveX via Internet Explorer, DirectShow, and the 32-bit version of Windows, Jerry Bryant, a lead senior security communications manager at Microsoft, wrote in a blog post . The DirectShow bulletin should be at the top of the list, according to Bryant.
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Google (NSDQ: GOOG ) Buzz continues to make waves as the Gmail- and mobile device-based social networking platform reaches the masses this week. Buzz takes one part Facebook, one part Twitter, one part YouTube and one part Flickr and blends it for a social networking platform lodged directly into Gmail. So far, Google Buzz has been receiving mixed praise.
The Personality This applies both to actual celebrities, and people who are building a brand that can be clearly defined as having a "voice." People like Perez Hilton, Oprah Winfrey and Tony Hsieh of Zappos immediately come to mind. All of them have Twitter feeds and each of them has a very distinct voice. A recent post from the CEO of a company with projected 2008 revenues of $1 billion: "In waiting room at doctor's office. In addition to magazines, they should offer a selection of paint so people can watch it dry."
As the outcry over Google Buzz's privacy has shown us, it's smart to explore settings in Gmail , along with other places you're sharing data with the search giant. Let's take a look at 10 privacy, convenience, and annoyance fixers you should know. 10. Turn off auto-displayed pictures from Gmail contacts By default, Gmail hides images embedded into emails from chain letters and unknown sources—and that's a smart move, given spammers' tracking tactics and malware tendencies.
GMAIL USERS: We hope you'll join the discussion over on Mashable’s Google Buzz account . With more than 9 million posts and comments in two days , Google Buzz has stormed the web like a swarm of locusts. An array of strong features, integration with Gmail, and lots of press have turned Buzz into an overnight phenomenon. If you're like a lot of us, you've suddenly found yourself using your Gmail even more than you already were.
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