Richard Stallman is one of the largest problems we have in the Linux (and Open Source) world today. He is a poor spokesman and he is out of touch with modern (and, even, semi-modern) technology.Read more »
I have no idea why anyone would want to do a File System ChecK on a license but I have seen fsck used in this manner so I do too Seriously though, how many people really care about the license they are using?Read more »
This article contains a list of seven valuable--and best of all, free--applications for Windows Mobile devices. Most of 'em work on Windows Mobile Professional smartphones or Pocket PCs, some work on both and a couple are for Windows Mobile Standard. There's an uber RSS reader thingee, a free backup app and more.
Microsoft wishes it could charge for these...Read more »
RMS's utopian advice runs counter to commercial logic and fails to advance the cause of software freedom.Read more »
Go to the Fedora Project Wiki and search for "uninstall Fedora." You won't find anything. Go to Ubuntu's official documentation site and search for "uninstall Ubuntu." You won't find anything.Read more »
Ok, I will admit it, Im a Redhat guy - I understand it, it makes sense to me. However Id like to think I know my way around a Debian based system, but it seems I dont.Read more »
You can treat Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, sports injuries, and sleep disorders, with magnets. Here is some research provided by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.Read more »
Accutane, or Isotretinoin, is used to treat severe (cystic) acne that has not responded to oral or topical anti-infectives. This includes anitibiotic therapies. Isotretinoin has been used to treat other skin disorders, including keratosis follicularis, pityriasis rubra pilaris, lamellar ichthyosis, rosacea and leukoplakia.Read more »
For one, as you get deeper into the free software world, you start to see that directed financial support is important. You start to subscribe to free software products, doing automatic monthly payments, you donate, sometimes quite a lot, to developers who make software that matters to you.Read more »
Let's call that site the Geek Ranch. (When I say "let's" I mean us, not everyone. While its primary focus is to appeal to geeks, we will have to call it something else for general marketing.) As far as a site, it is about 265 acres of land in the mountains of the Tisey Preserve near Estelí, Nicaragua.
While there is a lot more to it than just being for geeks, here is the geek angle. The property will have "geek cabinas" scattered around a pine forest within the property. If you want to escape from the rat race for a while--a month, six months, whatever--you will be able to inexpensively rent a private cabina. It will come with Internet connectivity, maid service and all your meals. In other words, no routine responsibilities.Read more »