As it is nearing the launch of Vista, the latest incarnation of Windows, it seems a good time to warn some passing visitors of one of its most serious flaws: it is defective by design. Windows Vista is crippled by built-in Digital Rights Management, or DRM. This form of ‘rights management’ has been around for […]
There appears to be an epidemic of MSN-bourne viruses plaguing LFC students.Â Perhaps more tragic than that people are gullible enough to download these viruses is that once infected, no-one who I have talked to has known how to remove them. The virus itself (technically a ‘worm‘ in virus terminology) works by hijacking your MSN […]
The orangeacid.net blog is proud to present you with an exclusive sneak preview of the return of the excellent Sheep Series by Jonathan Wormsley: Sheep at Famous World Landmarks!
Tom Evans, a boy from my DiDA class, has decided to sell childish pictures of sheep drawn by Jon Wormsley, another DiDA student, who was bored during an SPB sometime last year. The set of five pictures, which are currently available on eBay UK for 1p, depict sheep in various locales such as a desert, […]
Last night I sat in on a pre-gig rehersal for a friend’s band, Static Vendetta. Considering that my own band isn’t exactly in the best shape it’s ever been in, watching Static Vendetta practice is elightening. To start with, they play as a definate unit. The band is led by the drums, which are imaginative, […]
Whilst wallowing in the boredom that GCSE Business Studies coursework induces, a peer who shall go by the flimsy alias of ‘worms’ decided to take it upon himself to discover how many programs he could run off a school terminal without it crashing. The experiment (which focused on Microsoft-produced programs) was pretty simple: Find a […]