I wish I had modpoints. Kids today seem to forget about it and it could sure use some manpower.
They will also be the first to inplement DRM and prevent you on printing "copyrighted" or "unwanted" stuff...
It's posts like that, that make me feel like an utterly completely useless techguy. I know nothing about the modern web and I don't even know it.
I guess thats what Google wanted to achieve with that smartshoe last time.
Oh, and you can't change the battery or upgrade the HD/CPU/Ram. Thanks, but no thanks.
Not to mention you lose a lot of ports if you go the shiny Ultrabook road. You might gain the odd USB 3.0 port but you lose VGA, RJ45, serial, HDMI, Firewire, DVD Drive for watchting movies and so on.
My Dell is a M1330 with a Core 2Duo. No upgrade needed, everything works fine. No dead pixels, even the DVD slotdrive is fine. Just saying, Dell ain't THAT bad.
...no need for Gnome 3.8 now that Elementary OS is coming along so nicely. It tends to be forgotten around here as an alternative, so I thought I'd mention it.
Slashdot comments. Theyre still the best.
....that just try to keep you turning pages just like soap operas. All the drama will be lost by an effectdriven style that resembles "keep tuned for the next page where he will get the girl....no really just read on a weee bit more."
Owncloud is really great. I'd put it on a webhoster so you can reach it from everywhere.
For my home I use a NAS, an old one actually (Siemens AMS150). If you have already decent hardware (lots of drives and a PC) you could try FreeNAS, it does everything a dedicated NAS does and more but of course you won't get the great powersavings of the custom built ones. Setup is trivial and it comes with a HTML-based GUI.
Hi everybody, I am using the elementary beta right now and it's what I think the best environment on Linux as of now. What do you think of it? Wondered why nobody brought it up? http://elementaryos.org/
Just noting that gummy worms are made out of gelatin wich is according to wikipedia.org: "...a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, boiled crushed horn, hoof and bones, connective tissues, organs and some intestines of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, horses, and pigs." So basically we're feeding them cows/meat by products, and this was, iirc one of the reasons for mad cow disease back in the day....
I swear to god, I read "Dressed people surf the web differently." and I thought: Doh!!!