Monthly Archives: December 2010

Google Chrome OS Tentatively Released

Google’s Chrome OS has been tentatively released in a "pilot program" for testers who will receive a Cr-48 Chrome Notebook. To receive the notebook, one must apply to beta–err pilot test the forthcoming operating system. Google has apparently already signed … Continue reading

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Multi-Monitor Support Forces More Use from Windows Partition

I’ve been struggling with multi-monitor support for a while now. I’m still not 100% satisfied, but I think I’ve got the best solution possible for my circumstances. I should probably share my system specs before I go any further.. CPU: … Continue reading

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Implications of the WikiLeaks Scandals

I’ve been following the story of Julian Assange’s arrest and of course the US government reaction to the cable leaks. I wasn’t going to bother with a post about this, but the more I read, the more it seems to … Continue reading

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The Year of Linux (Take 19)

The general consensus (according to w3counter.com, which gets its data from web-usage only) the current Linux market share for the Linux OS is approximately 1.5% (as of October 2010). Yes there are other stats that give different numbers, but this … Continue reading

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