I just bought two 2560x1440 27" displays from monoprice. IPS, minimal backlight bleed, no dead or stuck pixels. Love 'em!
I've been using XenServer for five years (3 servers, 23 VM's, 5TB on iSCSI).
I'm seriously considerring dumping it for KVM (Proxmox, specifically).
Everyone knows that Wordstar was the 'one true editor'.
The same thing is happening to Research In Motion.
A little late to the party, but I'd say backups.
You want access to your backups, no matter what the state of your virtualization infrastructure.
WordStar 7.0d. Only way to go.
$10K to $15K
If it's a triangle, why does the video show and discuss a circular object with a 'tether' to the sun?
iOS is for my phone or my tablet. Not my computer.
Eventually, we'll want the same flexibility we've grown to enjoy on our computers, on our small devices. Then, iOS will not be acceptable anymore.
We were quoted on two Gluster servers, replicated. The answer was 'no support on Ubuntu', we'd have to switch to their ISO install, and $8500/yr for support.
Didn't this happen when Linux started emulating Windows?
"Games run faster in Linux/Wine(Cedega) than in Windows"
Why is everyone so shocked that an emulation layer can be faster now, when before it was "look at us, we're great?"
Please, please, please put the CTRL key back there, where it belongs.
I remap my capslock to CTRL on every machine I use.
I swapped out my carpc for an iPad. All I needed it for was music (mp3) and GPS. I love it. I modified a couple of cell phone mounts to hold the iPad, and it easily comes with me when I leave the car.
I run XenServer from Citrix. They have a free version, and it just works.
If that's the 'one true brace', then it's time to abandon it!