[03/13] On the other hand, they have dubious marketing practices, ostensibly comment-spamming blog posts that were already hyping them! Yeah, their website design makes much more sense, in retrospect.
The Puzzle Alarm Clock. Heh. Clever (probably too clever, but it’s just made for novelty gift stores, isn’t it?), but the alarm clock on wheels is still cuter.
Apple has fixed the Safari vulnerability and, just as I feared, didn’t solve the right issue. Oh, and they didn’t even remove the “Open ‘safe’ files after downloading” option, either. If that’s the way Apple reacts to social engineering vulnerabilities, when the first real trojans do hit OS X they’re really going to hit hard.