Monthly Archives: March 2008

Another Emmy Nomination For Massive Interactive

The cool thing about being able to work at Massive is that you straddle the extreme technical end of making things scale, in the web ‘C10k problem’ sense, combined with the demands of the general public TV audience. It combines both … Continue reading

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Adobe Flash Player Security Change – Prepare For Some Breaking Changes In April

Adobe is planning to release a security update for Flash Player 9 in April 2008 to strengthen the security of Adobe Flash Player. This security update will make the optional socket policy file changes introduced in Flash Player 9,0,115,0 mandatory. … Continue reading

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Running Microsoft Live Messenger Under Server 2003

If you just try and install it normally from the Microsoft Live website, the installer Bork’s and tells you that its not for Server 2003. Its just that the installer does not work under the 2003, not Messenger itself. The solution … Continue reading

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