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Little Patch Tuesday

How slow is the news this week? Other than the departure of Bobby Mugs from Microsoft, the biggest news is...Patch Tuesday. Ugh.

Oh, well. Let's talk about Patch Tuesday, then. Microsoft issued...one critical fix and a few other smaller things. Wow, that's even boring by Patch Tuesday standards. Since we're all out of witty comments and the old carpal tunnel is starting to flare up a bit, we'll just leave things there. Happy patching.

Posted by Lee Pender on 01/12/2011 at 1:23 PM


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