Well, first of all, it’s fun, or I wouldn’t be doing it. I work with some intelligent, talented people, like Carlie Fairchild, publisher at LJ, and Katherine Druckman, our Webmistress. My job description as one of the LJ bloggers is to “write about whatever you want, as long as it is Linux related”. more>>
In the course of a normal work day I take several little breaks to check the news. On my list of news sites are Slashdot,Linux Journal and Linux Today. Frequently I see something that gives me an idea for an article. more>>
After my fourth desktop installation
in as many days, I suddenly realized a couple of things. One:
I like trying out new distributions, and two: I noted how
uncluttered my preferred interface is. See below.
I was on travel last week with one of my colleagues. We went to the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center to attend a software team meeting sponsored by a client, and to give a couple of presentations to PSC staff. more>>
The guys who run Hulu, on the other hand, are smart. You'll see why in a bit.
I don't even watch network TV, as it turns out. Nor cable. Canceled my DISH subscription a year ago. I get all of my content off of the intertubes. But regardless, let's start with American network television to spotlight some foolishness there. Let's begin with NBC.com.
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