While Google I/O got the attention of a lot of people, here’s some more cool stuff that happened this week.
Category Archives: Linux
Linux is a POSIX compliant operating system kernel that is used in numerous products including desktop operating systems, server operating systems, and mobile device operating systems (Android, Firefox OS).
An improved FOSS Force newswire, a returning talk show host, and much more are in this week’s Friday Roundup.
When corporate media started saying that Alex Jones didn’t believe in what he was selling, I had to write this piece to counter their inaccuracy.
From the nerdy to the weird, this week’s Friday Roundup is far from boring.
Episode 109 of the show is ready for your listening pleasure. Enjoy. 🙂
A quad core system with 7 GB of RAM and a 1 GB video card turned out to be the best $5 investment.
In light of media incompetence, civil liberties concerns, and the revelations from Edward Snowden, I knew that enabling encryption on this site had become a top priority.
Thomas has an Android tablet and an update regarding the website.
It looks like the annual fundraiser for the Reglue Project hasn’t quite run out of time after all. IndieGoGo has apparently extended the time they originally had to meet their goal.
It’s amazing how Zip Disks were the successors to floppy disks and Red Hat 5.2 was the cat’s meow for operating system enthusiasts.