What I continue to find so remarkable is that, you could take something that is printed on a piece of paper and get it to make your computer do something, […]
One command is worth a dozen mouse-clicks
Linux users should not fear the command line. One simple command could save you dozens of mouse-clicks to do the same task.
My Commodore 128 has been cataloging my movies for over 30 years
Ever since the late 80s, I’ve maintained some sort of catalog of my video collection on my Commodore 128.
The Edubook: The netbook that runs on AA batteries
Back in 2010, the electronics company Norhtec, based in Thailand, came up with an innovative design for an inexpensive, power efficient and modular portable “netbook” computer. From what I can […]
ExeGNU/Linux Review Follow-up
This is a follow-up to my initial review of the ExeGNU/Linux operating system I recently installed on my Lenovo laptop.
TDE: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it
I’ve been a dedicated Linux user since 2001, and during the past eighteen years, I’ve tried many different Linux distributions and many different desktop environments (or DEs for short). Of […]