"It isn't combat I resent, Brother. It's the thirst for glory that gets men cut to ribbons."
I was going to post this a while ago but I thought I would give it some time to see if a decent solutions was released by Microsoft or Adobe/Macromedia. Recently Microsoft released an update for Internet Explorer which disables active content until the user directly interacts with it. This covers a range of areas although the only one to affect me so far is Flash based content. As far as I know the update isnt in their "high risk" zone so on the most part it will only be applied by people who perform a manual Windows Update and select everything.
So google seemed to hate my old domain name, maybe it got blacklisted as part of the no-ip free range. Either way I was getting thrashed in the listing by my photographer counterpart. The new domain is http://www.davidmillington.net which is replacing the old domain of http://www.millington.no-ip.org
I setup a bunch of 301 redirects to gradually move peoples links over to the new domain whilst keeping the search engines happy. Setting that up was a bit of a pain but now its mostly complete. Redirected links to the wiki still arent 100% sorted yet as they show the uncleaned urls tagged onto the new domain name. It means they are fully functional but they just arent as pretty looking so they need more work
In a follow up to my previous post on Sky By Broadband I will show you how to disable its downloading abilities when its not in use.
I found this bbc news story about it just now, this posts title says it all
Can be handy if your company forces you to use a Mac or if you already run a Mac but want the best of both worlds. Below are some other useful links:
Windows XP on an Intel Mac - the main competition site with walkthrough
Ars Technica - Windows XP on Intel iMac: confirmed - this is the article mentioned in the bbc story
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