Graphic of the day: Sunburst
Water may be inexpensive, but being cheap might cost US taxpayers
Time to retire Firefox 1.5
They're not going to update the old version anymore; Firefox users need to move up to version 220.127.116.11
Ethanol is putting the squeeze on milk
Producing milk requires lots of feed, and much of the best feed is being diverted to ethanol production
How crooks can use Firefox extensions to create security problems
It's not enough to send people back to Internet Explorer, but it's reason for caution. Since extensions automatically check for updates, it's possible that people using Wi-Fi hotspots, for instance, could be subject to certain kinds of attacks. It's probably not a huge threat (since it would require lots of footwork by the crook), but it's a potential problem.
Round 2 for major QuickTime updates
Users (which includes most people) should get the update
How a three-way Presidential race could be a lot of fun
Related: The economic platforms of the 2008 Presidential candidates, now including Michael Bloomberg and new entrant Fred Thompson.