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+ - How young is too young for Linux? 2

Submitted by entt
entt (1060982) writes "I have an 8 year old son who is fond of computers, mainly because of games, naturally. Last week when I got home, I saw that my xubuntu laptop is open. I asked my son who opened it. He replied, he did. Once I defined a user for him on xubuntu, so that he can google his homework and print related stuff. It seems he remembered the user name and password, logged on, opened Chrome, and listened to music via Youtube all by himself. For basic stuff like this, Ubuntu is simple enough for a small kid like him.
I wanted to share this, for those who think Linux is only for geeks. If you intend to do it, and approach with no prejudice, it is just a few clicks away."

Comment: all DNAs to database (Score 1) 316

by entt (#35451594) Attached to: DNA samples should be on record for...
I love statistics and from such an enormous database, very interesting scientific data could be fetched. Besides, everybody can break the law. When it is done. police should be able to detect that. Or it may be an accident, and you can be unconscious or dead. If you are worried about intellegence services, they do not need DNA, they can always get you.
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Journal: Fuel cells for home use

Journal by entt
A Turkish company Vestel (www.vestel.com.tr) announced natural-gas using fuel cells for home-use. It is planned to be commerical Q4 2007. In 2008, Vestel announces, the fuel-cells will be using water as hydrogen source. This is possibly going to be the first water-using fuel-cell for home-use. The main element for producing fuel-cells is boron (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boron) and %63 of natural resources is found in Turkey. Vestel says they developed a new and cheaper way to process boron.

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