Classic: Panicing User Virus

As part of my great website adventure, I am moving content from my old website to siliconchef.com’s Greymatter database. This classic (i.e. old) gem comes from 1998, when virus hoaxes ran wild like herds of buffalo in the Great American Southwest (pre-European invasion).

The “Panicing User Virus” e-mail was one I composed in response to yet-another-virus-hoax being sent through my company’s e-mail system. The worst part of it … I work for a computer company, where the people should know better! It might have been a bit harsh, but tough love is sometimes the best.
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What now?

So what does a guy do with a website these days? News for nerds … nope, that’s taken. Confusing screens packed with small frames of rapidly updated news items at high speed … damn, Headline News is doing that. Distributing homemade porn videos … if I knew that type of woman I wouldn’t spend that much time on my computer.

I do have a plan for this website, but perhaps my friends can help me work out the details.
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