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Symantec Manages Time-Travel
If you check out my entry from last night you may understand why I'm checking the Symantec website on a near hourly basis. Given the frequency of "latest threats" updates it appears Symantec will soon be reporting my latest concern.

If you check out this one page you will notice they they have dated the latest "liveupdate" as TOMORROW 03/09/05 ! I don't think it is entirely reasonable to claim that an updated for a day which has not yet occurred can be both timely and comprehensive.

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whuffle From: whuffle Date: March 8th, 2005 07:03 pm (UTC) (Link)
Hello Fixx. Thanks for your comment on car stereos in response to my post from a few weeks ago. I actually have to say that at the moment, I am having a really hard time figuing out who, out of the people I know who live in MD, you are. But eh, mysteries are good for the soul.

In regards to the stereo thing; the stereo in question, which has now been replaced with something better, was really never a good choice for this car. The car was bought to replace the one totalled in my husband's car accident a few days before our wedding late this summer. It had been a car which was sold at auction after being stripped by a thief. So it had no factory radio. The previous owner picked the radio which he installed. But it wasn't a terribly good choice. And since my husband is a computer geek and an audible.com subscriber, he insisted that he HAD to have a stereo where he could plug in his palm pilot, minidisc player, or MP3 Jukebox. And he was irrate at not being able to play a burned CD on the CD player because it didn't recognize CDR and CDRW as a format. So really, this stereo is more of a pleasant toy upgrade rather than a necessity. The car in question, by the way, is a mint condition (restored) 1997 Honda Del Sol hard top convertible. Perfect for New Englanders. Drives great, as all Hondas do, in winter. Take the top off and cruise in summer. And it has front and rear roll bars built in to the chaise. Best of both worlds.
fixx From: fixx Date: March 8th, 2005 07:13 pm (UTC) (Link)


You'll figure it out soon enough. Here's a clue; I'm on Elbows.

(I didn't say it was a *great* clue) :-)
dcseain From: dcseain Date: March 8th, 2005 08:24 pm (UTC) (Link)
Discovered on: March 07, 2005
Last Updated on: March 08, 2005 10:49:19 AM
is what i see.
fixx From: fixx Date: March 8th, 2005 08:47 pm (UTC) (Link)

So do I. But..

If you scroll down about 4-5 inches you will see the future as I do.
dcseain From: dcseain Date: March 8th, 2005 08:56 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: So do I. But..

Ah, found it after a query. Heh.
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