Today we have a short show because in 40 minutes or so the Red Sox take the mound at Fenway.
But we have time for one guest and a quick review of the Tech News of the Week.
This Weeks Guest!
1:06-1:22 - Chris Holmes the Vice President of Business Strategy at MindJet will join Craig to discuss their MindManager product which allows you to capture, organize, and share critical ideas and information on intuitive visual maps.
Tech News this week
Computer course to teach hacking
- A Scottish university is launching a course to teach students how to be computer hackers.
Symantec: Windows Vista Code Less Secure Than XP So Far
- A new report from Symantec (SYMC) security researchers contends that Microsoft's (MSFT) much-awaited Vista operating system could harbor a range of vulnerabilities that would make it less secure than previous iterations of Windows.
PowerPoint Zero-Day Attack May Be Case of Corporate Espionage
- A second Trojan used in the latest zero-day attack against Microsoft Office contains characteristics that pinpoint corporate espionage as the main motive, according to virus hunters tracking the threat.
Vacation lost to identity theft
- She's worked awfully hard to enjoy this nice extended vacation. In addition to teaching bilingual classes at Gates Elementary School in Aurora, Vilaro put in long hours at a second job with a currency exchange as a way of saving up the bucks for what she described as "a trip of a lifetime."
Researchers Say New Chip Breaks Speed Record
- Researchers at I.B.M. and the Georgia Institute of Technology are set to announce today that they have broken the speed record for silicon-based chips with a semiconductor that operates 250 times faster than chips commonly used today.
Microsoft, Adobe in spat over new Office, Windows products
- Microsoft said it has canceled plans to include an automatic way to save documents in the popular PDF format in the next version of its Office software, amid an ongoing dispute with Adobe Systems.