The awesome (?!) TeamTONKA who will be blitzing the SBS Fantasy Tour de France game 2011;
Archive for July 8th, 2011
Next scheduled release: July 12th, 2011
The heads up for this month is; On Tuesday 12th July (US time; Wednesday 13th July AU time) Microsoft expect to release four (1 critical, 3 important) new security bulletins.
In addition, as part of our normal monthly bulletin cadence, we’re providing our Advance Notification Service for July’s security bulletins today. This month we’ll release four bulletins, one of them rated Critical and three rated Important, addressing issues in Microsoft Windows and Office. We’ll close 22 vulnerabilities with those bulletins.
The bulletin release is once again slated for the second Tuesday of the month – July 12th at 10:00 a.m. PDT. Come back to this blog then for our official risk and impact analysis, as well as deployment guidance and a brief video overview of the month’s highlights. 
Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for July 2011 
Microsoft Security Bulletins to be issued: July 12, 2011
This is an advance notification of security bulletins that Microsoft is intending to release on July 12, 2011.
This bulletin advance notification will be replaced with the July bulletin summary on July 12, 2011. …
 Rustock updates and Advance Notification Service for the July 2011 Security Bulletin Release (2011-Jul-07) [MSRC]
 Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for July 2011 (2011-Jul-07) [MS]
Tonight is stage 7, Le Mans to Châteauroux, 218 km
Finally we come to something a lot more straightforward and typical of what almost every first-week stage at the Tour used to look like. There is nothing to concern anyone as the race starts to turn south, so expect lots of sunflower shots, a long and probably fruitless breakaway and the sprinters going elbow to elbow at the finish. Mark Cavendish will have particularly happy memories of Châteauroux, as he claimed his first Tour stage win in the town back in 2008. Winner of four stages that year, this is one of just half a dozen opportunities he’ll get in this edition.
- Stage 7 (218 km) Le Mans >> Châteauroux [SBS]
- Stage 7 preview: Le Mans → Châteauroux, 218 km (flat) [SteepHill]
- July 8, Stage 7: Le Mans – Châteauroux 215km [CyclingNews]
- Stage 7 • LE MANS > CHATEAUROUX • 218km [EuroSport]
- stage 7 – Le Mans > Châteauroux 218 km [www.letour.fr]