Just recently an unexpected alliance was spotted by me (among many others), the company who-is-evil and the company who-is-never-doing-evil (e.g Google and Microsoft, let you connect the pairs as you wish) is sporting an (I wouldn’t say unprecedented, but definitely surprising) cooperation – the new version of process explorer do have a way to interact with google’s virus total database (by sending over file hashes and checking them in a database). Beside it funnily flags skydrive.exe as a malware, do you think this functionality is actually that useful? And what you think about these two giants working together on this front? Or is this just Mark’s own siderun?
Hey, my old blog, how much I abandoned you lately… haven’t updated with real content in what, 3 years? Wow. This needs to change. I just blogged in the new architectforum blog, but that’s considerably different, I try to resurrect a community there. I hate making promises, but from now on I’ll try to come back to the blogophere with actual content. Ohh, and I do have a nearly abandoned twitter account as well. Goodbye, paper.li, you were good and useful, but I’d rather tweet myself from now on 🙂 btw, I just did it, as have been to Cornell University, Ithaca to give a talk about ‘what is like working at Morgan Stanley’. I used some ‘non-conform’ way to present the message, using full screen images, a simulated machine crash – and more. Oh yes, I have slideshare account as well, what about using that for something? 🙂