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October 2005

Patch 1.8 Changes

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Patch 1.8 Changes Disturbance at the Great Trees Something is amiss in the Emerald Dream. Immense dragons with the shimmering emerald scales of the Green Dragonflight have been sighted guarding the portals at the Great Trees... but these once-noble creatures crawl with a new, strange menace, not the peace for which Ysera is known. Bring many allies should you dare to confront them; their powers are formidable and they will not hesitate to crush any who draw near. The Stirring of the Silithid The arid sands of Silithus are shifting. Something is awakening beyond the wall to the south... Aid the Druids of the Cenarion Circle as they delve into the mysteries of the desert. Seek answers behind the Twilight Hammer's presence. Discover more about the alien creatures known as the Silithid as you explore their hives. Many new endeavors await the high-level adventurer!

September 2005 Podcast #2

The FurledSails podcast is the worlds first sailing podcast. In this Podcast we cover sailing news, tell you about ourselves and what first interested us in sailing, bring you the latest news about Kite Quest 200, Ellen MacArthur's latest project, the recipe of the week, and tell you about our web site of the week. Podcast #1

The FurledSails podcast is the worlds first sailing podcast. In this Podcast we talk about trips we have made to the 20th annual small boat meet at Cedar Key Florida, sailing in the Cedar Key area, Kite Quest, and tell you about the recipe of the week.

August 2005

Spring break sailing trip

My oldest son Nathan and I took a three day trip in my Sea Pearl 21 during his Spring Break school vacation. A Sea Pearl 21 is a small sailboat that is twenty-one feet long, five and a half feet wide, and weighs about six hundred pounds with the ballast tanks empty. It has an unstayed cat ketch rig. Most Sea Pearls have leeboards but mine was built with a centerboard. With its low weight and height it's an easy boat to trailer.

Weakness and Security

A case in point is biometrics. The promise of biometrics is that security access can be controlled by checking something about the user such as a finger print, voice print, iris pattern, etc. On the surface using something about the user that is unique to verify their identity would seem to be the holy grail of computer security. But any security system is only as secure as its weakest part.

July 2005

Unix and Linux Podcasting Guide

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The guide to podcasting for Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X users describes what podcasting is, what a podcasting client does, lists some available clients, and provides information on how to create a podcast under Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X. The guide also discusses what content is available as podcasts and gives some suggestions on finding feeds.

Review: Spring Into Technical Writing

Short book review: Spring Into Technical Writing

June 2005

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