Saturday, April 25, 2009


*Today was International Tai-Chi Day.
*On Monday, Democratic President Barack Obama completed his first 100 days in office. While he does have his critics (mostly Republicans), at least his administration is attempting to keep his campaign promises and address the issues facing this country.
*Health officials are concerned about an outbreak of Swine Flu in Mexico that could reach pandemic proportions, with two known cases of tourists back in the United States.
*The Conflicker virus is reported as active, as affected computers are becoming spam generators and possibly spreading the malware on to other systems. But as long as your anti-virus software updates itself and/or you can update your systems manually, your computer is not affected. Officials are still trying to track the creators of this program and come up with new anti-virus programs to combat Conflicker.
*After briefly checking himself into a local hospital as a precaution, Jay Leno will be back hosting The Tonight Show Monday.
*And Actress Bea Arthur (Maude, The Golden Girls) passed away today.
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