Knock on wood *knocks on wood* this 1 Ghz TiBook has not had the problems that my first TiBook did.
Of course I found out that my battery was stuck right when I needed to pop in a fresh battery. Always happens then.
I just had my first problem with my TiBook, and I did not have to send it to Apple. Thanks to Tom Folk at ITS. Its so great having an authorized hardware guy on campus.
The latch that slides open got out of whack, in such technical jargon. The top case had to be removed (ohh the bad memories) but the battery was ejecting in not time thanks to Tom.
E-mail users in the U.S. who have resigned themselves to being shocked by eye-popping pornographic messages in their inboxes can expect some relief Wednesday, when federal legislation governing sexually explicit unsolicited commercial ("spam") e-mail takes effect.
In April, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) adopted the rule, part of the 2003 CAN-SPAM Act, which requires spam containing sexually oriented material to contain the label "SEXUALLY-EXPLICIT" in the subject line. The FTC likened the requirement to putting an electronic "brown paper wrapper" around raunchy spam. Spammers who ignore the law risk fines, the FTC said.
The rule is designed to protect e-mail recipients from graphic and unsolicited sexual images. The labels make it easier to spot and filter out such messages before they land in a recipient's in-box. In addition to the label, explicit spam must include a valid postal address for the sender, the FTC said....
The final rule, which goes into effect Wednesday, reflects feedback from the public on the label, which was originally supposed to read "SEXUALLY-EXPLICIT-CONTENT," but later shortened to allow more of the e-mail subject line to be readable, the FTC said.
Yes, please, reading the subject "13 yr. old Lolita" is very important. Give me a break.
When will this happen? I am not holding my breath. The sooner the better! Besides, do you realize how many alternates to "SEXUALLY-EXPLICIT" will be used? Lets take some guesses, shall we.
"S E X U A L L Y - E X P L I C I T"
"S EXUA LLY-E XPL ICI T"
"SEXUA LLY-EX PLICIT df97s"
"Sexual:Explicit" (I got one of these today)
"SEXUALLY EXPLICIT" (I got one of these today)
See, they are not going to conform to a standard. I will add a few of these to SpamAssasin, and watch what all variations come through the pipe. I am very happy to see a few of my SPAMS even using this already. "Happy" and "SPAM" in one sentance, ugg!
It is recommended that you backup your projects and reinstall Version Cue from the CD that came with the Creative Suite.
Click Continue to start the backup process.
I have, twice now.
I do not think anyone can get Version Cue to work. I got this above message after I:
Tried turning on Version Cue
Got a message that said it would not start up, told to look at the log file
Was asked, and accepted the offer for it to fix itself.
I hear it is a problem with using Tomcat. At least that is the only thing I can find on the multitude of boards I searched.
Lets look at that log file shall we (look in the extended entry)
Oh my, what? Error writing plist file? That couldn't be a file permission error could it?
I am trying one more time then giving up. It would be nice to have Version Cue to work for the different publications here. We will see.