LessWatts.org is not about marketing, trying to sell you something or comparing one vendor to another. LessWatts.org is about how you can save real watts, however you use Linux* on your computer or computers.
The Debian project is pleased to announce the second update of its stable distribution Debian GNU/Linux 4.0. This update mainly adds corrections for security problems to the stable release, along with a few adjustment to serious problems.
A little pricey at $849.99 with no disks, but really looks interesting.
Amazon.com: Netgear RND4000-100NAS ReadyNAS NV+ 4-Bay Desktop Network Storage (No Disk): Electronics
- Desktop Network Storage Device offers an easy-to-configure and cost-effective way to store data and stream digital media
- Ultra-compact box has four empty bays (no disk), and is designed to fit easily on your desktop
- Hardware-accelerated RAID and X-RAID technologies combine for a simpler, more secure way to protect and store your data
- Advanced-server monitoring features alert you via email when something is amiss; it even shuts itself down if the operating temperatures of the disks are too high
Nice reference to keep handy.
In an attempt to find a good Unix reference for you FOSSwire readers, I
was unsuccessful at finding a decent one on the Internet. So, why not
* Mythbuntu – Step-by-step Install
* How-To : Install Wubi, Get a Christmas Desktop, Multi Boot Linux and Learning Scribus Pt.8.
* Review of TomBoy.
* New Column for Ubuntu Women
* Letters, Q&A, My Desktop, Top 5 and more!
Back when I was in high school, I owned a Honda Spree. I also had a car, but I rode the moped whenever I could. There was actually quite a few of us who rode mopeds, we were almost like a little moped gang. But over the recent years, I haven’t seen a lot of mopeds on the road like there was when I was in high school. Maybe kids nowadays are just ‘too cool’ for them. Hey, we were cool. We even souped them up to get more speed out them.
I’m starting to think that mopeds will be making a comeback. Just today I seen multiple mopeds in our parking lot. It makes sense, with gas prices being what they are. Anyone else noticing more on the roads?
1) More screen space. Make your icons small. Go to View – Toolbars – Customize and check the â€œUse small iconsâ€ box.
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Don’t know how I missed the news, but twitter has launched a mobile interface. So if you have a handheld device with internet access like a phone or PDA, head to http://m.twitter.com and check that out. I like it better than the SMS option, and much easier to use than the full version on a small screen.