Thursday, December 15, 2011

MC2 Post 1133 Lots of "Things" End But Not Windows Security Updates

Keep Rolling On and on and on...

Microsoft Delivers Hefty December Security Patch

December's security update arrived today with 13 items to fix in Microsoft products, ranging from Windows to Office, and Internet Explorer too.

Microsoft described three items as "critical" to patch since they are associated with remote code execution flaws found in Windows. The remaining items have been deemed "important," addressing holes in Office, Windows and Internet Explorer.

Full details are described in the Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for December 2011.

Here are the highlights in this month's security patch rollup:


iTunes Joins the Update Stuff at End of The Year.

iTunes 10.5.2 update


April 14, 2011, 3:51 pm

ABC Cancels ‘All My Children’ and 
‘One Life to Live’

ABC announced on Thursday that it would end two of its long-running daily serial dramas, 
“All My Children” and “One Life to Live.” 
Above, Susan Lucci and Walt Willey in “All My Children.”

The demise of one of broadcasting’s oldest institutions, the daytime soap opera, crept closer Thursday as ABC announced it would end two of its long-running daily serial dramas, “All My Children” and “One Life to Live.”

The decision will leave ABC will just one soap on its schedule, “General Hospital.” CBS has eliminated two of its venerable soaps, “Guiding Light,” which was dropped in 2009, and “As the World Turns” which was canceled last year.

CBS, with “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful,” will become the last network with more than one soap on its schedule. NBC has only one soap opera left, “Days of Our Lives.”


OLTL has a just a Few Weeks Left, but there IS a Place for the Soapy News:



Art Imitating Life: Paying Homage to Soap Fans

As hard as it is to believe, One Life to Live only has five weeks left on ABC, and events on the show are starting to reflect that, especially the story that started last week surrounding the cancellation of Fraternity Row. Soap operas are often criticized for being too farfetched, however, this story is all too real and resonated with many soap fans.


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