So the Microsoft Windows source is out. What's the big deal? As zillions of people point out, it's been available to quite a few entities before. The sport now resides in the likely leak being close to being identified and lots of speculation on the likely consequences.
The Register doesn't get everything right, though: This story on Mono and .NET is one of the most clueless (and blatantly biased) pieces I've seen in a while, and completely misses the point of Mono. But then, the author earns a living selling .NET tools. Form your own opinion.
Oh boy. Since LEAP wasn't successful as a "de facto" standard and nobody but Microsoft would adopt PEAP, Cisco now decided to add to the utter mess of EAP standards with something they call EAP-FAST. Expect Cisco's RADIUS server to take one year to support it fully and Radiator to handle it perfectly a few months after the spec goes public.
Firefox (the Browser, Reloaded) Logo
I'm really liking Firefox 0.8, to the point where I've started removing Mozilla from my Fedora installs (I still prefer Safari for general use on Mac OS X, but I see myself using Firefox for testing CSS designs). Via K, a nice overview of how the new logo/icon came about.