I use it for its “print to PDF” feature. Could increase the speed some, but those are the things that happen over time. Even Mark […]
My first experience with Linux was back in 1999 when I installed RedHat 5.2 on my blazing AMD K6 300mhz machine. From then on I was amazed at Linux’s ability to force me to learn. Some may not understand why this is anything important, but for me it was extremely important. Linux helped me to become proactive. If I wanted to get something to work I had to learn how to do it. This is the best method of learning.
A great article that gives you an overhead view of how to approach a complex Java application. Building non-trivial web applications with Java is no […]
This guy knows his stuff about a lot of operating systems. Here is his howto on enabling rendezvous on Fedora. If you have the need […]
xmlformat is a configurable formatter (or “pretty-printer”) for XML documents. It provides control over indentation, line-breaking, and text wrapping. These properties can be defined on […]
Interesting discussion detailing the future potential concerning Windows new technology Avalon. Can’t say I personally know too much about the technology, but a lot of […]
I am a Gnome fan. Gnome will take over the Linux desktop (not that it needs taking over). There has already been a billion of […]
For all the hardcore PC gamers out there some scores of Nvidia’s latest video card have been released. Very impressive to say the least. The […]
Well this has certainly gotten exciting! Somehow I have put up the not-quite-finished new design because I broke the old one again. You can begin […]
A lesson to all: Never attempt to “work” on the site at 3:45 AM. You are guaranteed to break things. Lots of things.
Remember those flying toasters from the AfterDark screensavers? Well, how about some flying Macs? The floating iMacs and wing-flapping G4’s are cool, but my personal […]
If you are running Linux on a laptop no doubt you would love to find a nice little app like NetStumbler that will find wireless […]