All of a sudden there are all these new search engines coming out. I wonder what’s going on… You should have heard of Microsoft’s BING by now. Here is a little video clip that highlights its features:
Microsoft Bing Search
In case you missed this, in a security conference called Pwn2Own 2009, Safari/MacBook falls in seconds. Here is the link: http://blogs.zdnet.com/security/?p=2917
According to Miller the winner, “It took a couple of seconds. They clicked on the link and I took control of the machine.” He describes Safari as “easy pickin’s”.
I think at least for a while people should not flippantly say that macs are more secure than windows. But just to be fair, windows’ IE 8 also got broken into a little while afterward by another hacker.
Lesson learned, you have to know how to secure your system whether you are using mac or windows.
Wow, this new browser Lunascape can render webpages with the three most popular web browser engines. Trident + Gecko + WebKit. For those of us wanting to test webpage layouts thus installing IE7, firefox, and Safari, now you only need one browser. It’s still in its beta version for now, but it looks quite good to me. In terms of features it pretty much has everything you can think of. And it scores 100 on the Acid3 test. It’s quite impressive.
I came across this site techinterview.org that lists many of the tech interview puzzles that you may encounter sometime in your career path. For me being a puzzle lover, this site is awesome! I hope you like it as well!
If you are looking for some more intense technical interview questions, here is another website you may want to check out: techinterviews.com. Notice that there are many questions on this site, but you need to find the answers yourself… ^^;