Just had a little problem with MacOS X, I was getting an error trying to choose a printer. Went to the Apple support site, run a search, found a page with the solution, downloaded a little app that fixes all privileges, solved the problem. It took less then 10 minutes, not a big deal.
Now: does anybody remember how we fixed these kind of problems before the Internet era??
Like I guess many other people in the last 2 or 3 days I've been receiving "Re: your password" email messages. Yup, it's just Yet Another Virus. As usual I don't care much, it only affects Windows users, but still... how many security hole still have to be found in Outlook, how much Windows users will have to wait for Microsoft to provide them a reasonably safe environment?
Now now... I'm downloading QuickTime 6 and I want to upgrade to the Pro version. How comes that the Pro update is costing $29.99 in the US and Euros 42 in Europe? It's not even localized, if it is I don't care, I want it in English. All they have to do is send a serial number. Does this costs 12 Euros/Dollars more in Europe?