MS Security bulletins have been there for some time now and it has become one of the must have subscriptions for all IT personals. Now MS has a new look security bulletin.
"Customer feedback tells us that, while technical professionals value our security bulletins, many end-users find them overly detailed and confusing. In addition, end-users who subscribe to the Microsoft Security Notification Service receive bulletins that are of interest only to developers or system administrators.
To help customers, for each issue, we will now create a less technical end-user security bulletin that we will host at http://www.microsoft.com/security/. We will continue to release the current security bulletins targeted to technical professionals. The new end-user security bulletins will describe straightforward steps that customers can take to help keep their systems secure.
In addition, before year's end, we will create a new End User Security Notification Service that will notify customers of security issues in end-user-oriented products and provide a link to the appropriate end-user security bulletin."
If you have ever had trouble with your telephone provider, you will be able to empathize with this writer. This article has the following introduction from the web hoster.
“Here's a letter from a misused British citizen to his telecommunications provider. Those of us with a less-developed sense of style and a humbler command of the lingo can only wistfully aspire to such heights of reasoned complaint.” Check it out at http://www.jdray.com/Daviews/reasonab.html
If you are interested in graphics, then GDI+ gives you a lot to play with. But if you want to work with OpenGL, then take a look at the CsGL. This is an open source implementation of OpenGL Library in C#. It even ships with a lot of examples and samples to help you get started.