David Rosenbaum

Articles by David Rosenbaum

Where It’s @

You see it and use it every day. It's become the universal symbol of the Information Age. In France it's known as le petit escargot, the little snail. In Germany it's the klam-meraffe, the spider monkey. In Israel it's the strudel, as in the pastry. In Spain it's the arroba, a unit of weight equalling 25 pounds. In England it's called the cabbage.

The Four Commandments of Virus Prevention — Plus One

Antivirus software vendors love viruses. No viruses, no vendors. So how can we trust them when they...

An Imperfect World

The poet Robert Burns once wrote: "The best laid schemes o' mice and men gang aft agley."...

Hitting a Hole in One

Gates. Jobs. Andreessen. Dell. Names to conjure with. Kids who had an idea (or borrowed one) and...

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