Podcast 331

  • Aaron Bell Thought I would share I was looking for a very basic Open Source program to combine 16 .pdf files into one large one. I came across this basic version and it was exactly what I needed. I used the Basic version which is totally free. (https://pdfsam.org/)
  • News Item: Microsoft starts testing Notepad tabs in Windows 11
  • News Item: Microsoft Will End Sale of Windows 10 Licenses to Consumers This Month
  • News Item: Amazon is discontinuing its AmazonSmile charity program next month
  • News Item: Ransomware profits drop 40% in 2022 as victims refuse to pay
  • News Item: Twitter hired experts for case against Musk-now Musk won't pay them, lawsuit says
  • News Item: 70% of drugs advertised on TV are of "low therapeutic value," study finds
  • News Item: Hackers now use Microsoft OneNote attachments to spread malware
  • News Item: CNET pauses publishing AI-written stories after disclosure controversy
  • News Item: Supreme Court allows Reddit mods to anonymously defend Section 230
  • News Item: Telecom Giants Head To Court To Kill NY State's Demand They Give Poor People $15 Broadband
  • News Item: The lights have been on at a Massachusetts school for over a year because no one can turn them off
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