Ever since getting my Eee PC, I've used Easy Peasy as my netbook optimized operating system. But last week I discovered CrunchBang Linux (also referred to as #!), a distribution built on top of Ubuntu that uses OpenBox as its Window Manager. CruchBang Linux and its OpenBox environment are perfectly suited to the Eee PC. … Continue reading CrunchBang Linux, Netbooks at High Speed
Month: January 2009
How Good Is the Asus Eee 1000?
Image by Kamil Porembiński via Flickr I don't have many tech gadgets or toys, but my Eee PC 1000 is one of the best purchases I've ever made. Though admittedly I have conditioned myself to say that after paying so much for the 1000 model when it was still fairly new in Canada. It definitely … Continue reading How Good Is the Asus Eee 1000?
Single In, Single Out
It's really fun being part of online social networks. It's fun to communicate with others and to share. It's a big pain in the *#$ to participate in all of the great networks out there. It's really difficult to make sure we broadcast a consistent message across the different publishing platforms, but more importantly, its … Continue reading Single In, Single Out
Take Your Learning To The Comments
As still somebody who attends university (Ryerson University, incredible value for money by the way...) I've made the decision to go into a very mind-off mode while in class. I still talk a lot in class, answer questions and the like, but I do that without any prior thinking about what my answer will be … Continue reading Take Your Learning To The Comments
The Real Limit Of Social Media
The idea of social media has helped people and companies identify unmet needs which didn't exist prior, and create value by solving them. Without the concept of producing and sharing videos online as activity for people to do, YouTube would be non existent (does anyone know what the real idea was behind YouTube?). After that … Continue reading The Real Limit Of Social Media