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TidBITS#468/22-Feb-99

If you think walking barefoot over hot coals is preferable to setting up a firewall for your intranet or Internet connection, keep your shoes on and read Chris Pepper’s article on firewall security (and why you should care even if you’re not a network administrator). Also, Adam looks at the pros and cons of Macworld Expo’s relocation to New York this July, and we note Palm Computing’s release of two new handhelds and Alco Blom’s release of Web Confidential 1.2.

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Job Postings in TidBITS?

Job Postings in TidBITS? We've heard numerous stories of people using knowledge they picked up reading TidBITS to help land jobs. Now TidBITS sponsor Dantz Development is going one step further and actually running job postings - see the sponsorship area above

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New Palm Handhelds Released

New Palm Handhelds Released -- Palm Computing has unveiled two new handheld devices, the Palm IIIx and Palm V, available now. The Palm IIIx ($370) retains the Palm III's curved form factor but includes 4 MB of RAM (plus 2 MB of flash ROM), a much-improved screen with better contrast and readability, and an internal expansion slot for future memory upgrades or add-on devices like pager cards

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Web Confidential 1.2 Adds Contextual Menu Support

Web Confidential 1.2 Adds Contextual Menu Support -- Alco Blom has released version 1.2 of Web Confidential, his $35 shareware utility for securely storing confidential information using 448-bit encryption (see "Web Confidential: Securing Information of All Sorts" in TidBITS-441)

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Follow the Bouncing Expo

Last week, IDG Expo Management announced that the Macworld Expo scheduled for Boston in August of 1999 will instead return to the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City from 21-Jul-99 through 23-Jul-99