Sometime between October 18th and October 20th, I thought this stuff was interesting. You might think so too!

  • Mac malware program MacGuard masquerades as antivirus app: Although Macs are considered to be comparatively free of viruses and other types of malware, some Mac owners still purchase antivirus software for a bit of additional peace of mind. Unfortunately, at least one unscrupulous company is attempting to prey on concerned Mac users by selling an antivirus application that is actually malware.
  • Colin Powell Endorses Obama: Former Secretary of State Colin Powell announced Sunday that he will be voting for Sen. Barack Obama. "He has both style and substance. I think he is a transformational figure," Powell said on NBC's Meet the Press. "Obama displayed a steadiness. Showed intellectual vigor. He has a definitive way of doing business that will do us well," Powell said.
  • Curious about the Alaska Independence Party that the Palins have been associated with? Here’s the Voters Pamphlet statement for AK’s House District 31 candidate Daniel DeNardo:: I study the creation and impact of the Luciferian Marxist-Leninist Dialectical Sovietism that is the most encompassing secular historical force controlling every incorporated political party; the world's exchange systems based on perpetual indentured slavery through interest bearing irredeemable security obligations, i.e. federal reserve notes; Law Merchant advisory panels masquerading as 'juries'; bar associations composed strictly of card carrying Kommunist Komrade Kriminals acting in Alaska under the Alaska Supreme Soviet in conjunction with Soviet counterparts in NKVD through the Khabarovsk-Alaska Collectivization Project; and state sponsored Kriminal Globalism's "perpetual War for perpetual peace".
  • Sarah Palin, the plastic Vice Presidential candidate: A LEGO bust of Sarah Palin winking during the VP debate.
  • Newer Technology Universal Drive Adapter: The NewerTech USB 2.0 Universal Drive Adapter makes it easy to transfer data between the old and new drives as well as give the old drive a second life as an external storage solution. It's a complete solution that allows any 2.5", 3.5", or 5.25" hard drive or optical drive* with any standard IDE/ATA/ATAPI 40 pin or SATA interface to be connected via USB to any USB equipped computer for file transfer, backing-up and storing file archives, and accessing data on stored backup drives with Plug & Play ease.