Here are a few selected RT‘s and assorted information from the StopSign Twitter account you may have missed this week. Did we miss anything? Please let us know by leaving a comment below.
- RIP J.D. Salinger. @gabbycat let us know (via @TerryMoran) that the @NewYorker made all of J.D. Salinger’s short stories available online.
- There was a lot of chatter online regarding Apple’s announcement of the iPad. What do you think about it, and do you plan on getting one?
- @eWeekSecWatch had an article titled “Possible Worm Prank No Laughing Matter“.
- @zdnet posted the story “RealPlayer haunted by 11 critical vulnerabilities“.
- @mashable gave us food for thought on our favorite toolbar with their story “Google Toolbar Keeps Tracking Your Browsing Even After You Choose Disable?“.
- It’s @mashable again with their post “More Security Flaws Found in Internet Explorer“.
- @CVG_UK tells us that a hacker claims “I have read/write access to the entire system memory…” on the Playstation 3. Is this good or bad for PS3 gamers?
- Author and uber-blogger @GuyKawasaki tweeted 15 reasons a business’ security gets compromised“.
- @ParentsLoveKids helps remind us all there’s a reason it’s called dope with their post “Sheriff Uses Software To Scare Kids Away From Drugs“.
And here’s a StopSign blog post we talked about on Twitter, too…
- We released a new blog article titled “7 Tips for Better Email Etiquette“. In it you’ll find ways to not only be courteous, but also to make sure that your point gets across.
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