I'm a lurker (I like this word!) anyway, I'm moving
and driving across the country (anyone live in North
Carolina?) and have tons of photos. I want to save
each and every one of them, but need to copy them to
CD. Since some of you seem to be photo people I'm
asking here. First of all a really dumb question.
Can I burn DVDs with my CD burner? Second, what is
the best size - pixil, and inches. I may want to blow
some of them up to 8.5x11 or even larger so I don't
want to delete too many pixels. What is the optimal
Thanks so much for any and all info.
BTW, did you ever resolve the debate between digital
vs. analogue cameras? I need a new camera so...
San Diego CA
--- Vance Stevens <vstevens@...
> Hi everyone,http://www.geocities.com/vance_stevens/weirdos.htm#sobig
> I have rec'd numerous emails of this nature. I have
> information on this kind of attack here:
> I believe Sobig is another similar bug going around.
> I haven't looked
> up BugBear yet (except it used to knock out our
> networked printers at
> our office). Basically, what these do is spoof email
> addresses. In
> other words, the infected computer is likely not
> Teresa's but someone
> else's with Teresa's and our addresses in the
> address book. The
> virus borrows a subject line, so it's not from
> only looks that way. Attachments are not allowed on
> the webheads
> lists, so this can't be from this list. There is no
> danger in
> opening the email, only in opening the attachment.
> You'll notice the attachment is named
> something.bmp.scr. This is
> because some computers are configured to not show
> extensions, so the
> attachment will appear to some as something.bmp (or
> just 'something'
> is bmp was indeed its extension).
> I wonder if email could have been sent like this
> with Arlyn's
> address, leading her to believe her email acct had
> been hacked. I've
> had calls from colleagues at the office asking if I
> sent them a
> movie. That was the SoBig virus, but it wasn't on
> my computer.
> Anyway, I don't think your membership on this list
> has anything to do
> with these emails (except a lot of us are separately
> in someone's
> address book), and you will never receive an
> attachment through this
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Rita
> <rita@z...> wrote:
> > And me, as well, but I believe it didn�t come from
> > My Norton antivirus fortunately stopped it.
> > Hope it hasn't infected anybody.....
> > Rita
> > I got the same message. My antivirus told me it
> was infected with
> the Bugbear virus. I doubt that it actually came
> from Teresa.
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