This weeks links (2008-03-26)

New Ethical Hacker Network Challenge – It Happened One Friday
If you can’t answer this challenge 100%, still send something in to qualify as a random winner. This month’s prize is my book, Malware: Fighting Malicious Code, which I authored with Lenny Zeltser. Each winner gets a signed copy.
Ed Skoudis has a new challenge up athe Ethical Hacker Network. The challenge is entitled It Happened One Friday.

RIP Raymond Leblanc, publisher of Tintin
Joe sez, “Tom Spurgeon on the excellent Comics Reporter posted sad news over the holiday weekend – Belgian publisher Raymond Leblanc passed away at the age of 92. For those who don’t know, Raymond, a former Resistance member during the Nazi occupation, set up the famous Tintin magazine after the war, bringing in Herge, then labouring under a blacklist for collaboration during the occupation. He pushed Lombard into one of the top European comics albums publishers and worked with a roll call of the great and good of the medium. Fair to say the comics scene would have been far, far poorer without him and some of the characters generations of us have grown up reading might never have made it if not for his guidance and energy.”RIP Raymond Leblanc (2008-Mar-25)[BoingBoing]

The Adventures of Tintin on BBC7 this week
The hearty goodness of Tintin on radio, BBC7 brings us the second series for the Easter holidays.

Some fun and thrills for the Easter holidays, famous boy reporter Tintin has been covering the return of the Sanders-Hardiman expedition from Peru. When all the participants fall mysteriously ill, Tintin is compelled to investigate. Starring Richard Pearce, Lionel Jeffries and Andrew Sachs, The Advenures of Tintin was dramatised by Simon Eastwood and produced by John Yorke. It was first broadcast on Radio 5 in 1993.
Monday to Monday at 9am, 8pm and 1am
BBC 7 Newsletter – Friday 21st March

Real Audio stream available via the listen again pages for the next 7 days.

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