Monthly Archives: October 2013

Firefox 25.0

Firefox v.25.0 was offered to release channel users on October 29, 2013. Fixed in Firefox 25.0 [2] MFSA 2013-102 Use-after-free in HTML document templates MFSA 2013-101 Memory corruption in workers MFSA 2013-100 Miscellaneous use-after-free issues found through ASAN fuzzing MFSA … Continue reading

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Splendid Chaps – Eleven/Future

This year Doctor Who turns 50! To celebrate these 11 ‘splendid chaps‘, Ben McKenzie (Dungeon Crawl, ‘patron saint of geek comedy’) and John Richards (ABC1’s Outland, Boxcutters TV podcast) are recording a live podcast every month from January to November. … Continue reading

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Wednesday WIN (2013-Oct-30)

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This weeks links (2013-10-28)

In brief: * Showdown: Microsoft Surface 2 vs Apple iPad Air (2013-Oct-28) [PC Authority] * The Conversation launches a new Education section – https://theconversation.com/au/education * Apple Mavericks OS X: top 10 features to try (2013-Oct-28) [The Age] Some reading/listening: * … Continue reading

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Music Monday #152 – Lou Reed (1942-2013)

Lou Reed, the singer, songwriter and guitarist whose work with the Velvet Underground in the 1960s had an impact on generations of rock musicians, and who remained a powerful if polarising force for the rest of his life, died on … Continue reading

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** November 2013 Challenge – Historical Fiction PLUS TBR **

The Aussie Readers group on Goodreads has the November 2013 Challenge – Historical Fiction PLUS TBR; For the month of November, we are going to hit our TBRs as hard as we can – in preparation for all those Christmas … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2013-10-21)

In brief: * City set for free Wi-Fi trial, but lagging behind other capitals (2013-Oct-18) [The Age] Melbourne City Council is set to trial a free public Wi-Fi service in the city, but it will need to act fast to … Continue reading

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