It seems like everybody suddenly acquired an interest in Yahoo last week, with two different parties launching proxy bids, Google continuing to collude on an advertising deal, and Microsoft suddenly deciding they're still interested. About the only group who haven't been sniffing around Yahoo HQ is AOL, but 10:1 it's just that they've been too busy. more>>
If you use the shell you surely know about redirection:
# echo 'hello world' >output
# cat <output
The first line writes "hello world" to the file "output", the second reads it back
and writes it to standard output (normally the terminal).
The former Colombia Broadcasting System — better known to viewers as CBS — has decided it's not doing enough to reach the technology market, and with a swish of the pen, have found a remedy: Buy CNET for just under $2 billion. more>>
This week's "Linux Product Insider" features instant-on Internet on ASUS motherboards, Adobe Flash Player 10 beta, Sacred Gold for Linux, The Book of IMAP, Deploying Rails Applications and Adaptec's Series 2 Serial RAID Controllers. more>>
Last year, I wrote about our school district's implementation of LTSP. In the article, I pointed out the significant limitations a thin client environment gives you. While I don't think my article was the reason the issues were addressed, less than a year later just about every limitation I highlighted has been eradicated. more>>
In this second installment I'll profile Minicomputer, a subtractive synthesizer with some familiar aspects, unique characteristics, and terrific sounds. Let's take a look under its hood and see what makes the Minicomputer run.
I just read this geek.com article. Here are the two sentences that prompt me to ask this question.
Later Splashtop will be featured on all the company’s [Asus's] motherboards, over a million units a month.
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From the beginnings of Linux - 1994 and earlier. I was hooked by kernel 1.0!
7% (254 votes)
9% (337 votes)
1996-1999. Version 2.0.
18% (659 votes)
1999-2001. Version 2.2.
14% (517 votes)
2001-2003 Version 2.4.
16% (588 votes)
2003-2005. 2.6 got it right, and I came aboard.
12% (421 votes)
2005-2007 Linux was everywhere, and I had to check it out.
12% (446 votes)
2007-2008 I am a new user! [Welcome to the party!]
10% (365 votes)
Total votes: 3587
MySpace — the social networking site raking in mountains of cash on the backs of indie bands and emo kids everywhere — has found a new way to fill their coffers: spam. No, they're not sending it, they're suing — and it's making them a bundle, at least on paper. more>>
Its not breaking news, since it happened in March, but
Wireshark 1.0 has been released.
The news, for me at least, was that Wireshark even existed,
never heard of it before.
Somebody mentioned it recently when we were trying to diagnose a