Is it Friday? A web site that delivers exactly what it promises.
Tired of being shut out of discussion about the YouTube or Google video flavor of the week because Adobe won’t get off its butt and release a 64-bit Flash player? Despair not! for there are in fact solutions to your dilemma. I will show you how to access those those videos without having to drop down to 32-bit browsers or OS’s. Continue reading “64-bit Linux Answers to Adobe Foot-Dragging.”
Every couple of years I like to get myself a new laptop. This helps me stay on top of new developments in that area, and of course it’s usually much better-performing and feature-packed than the old one. This time is no exception. Continue reading “Ubuntu Linux on an HP zv6100 Laptop”
There’s a Hello Kitty platinum credit card now. You can buy lots of cute stuff and get into cute debt with it!
Foiled plot not getting in the way of Blair vacation. Don’t you find it interesting that a terror super-plot claimed to be “imminent” in the press isn’t even considered grounds for the British PM to cut short his vacation and return home? Is Tony blair taking vacation tips from George W. Bush now?
There’s a whole lot less to last week’s terror arrests than most media reports would lead you to believe. There is in fact no evidence that an attack was imminent; there had been no purchase of plane tickets, and many in the group didn’t even have passports. British authorities were confident that what was needed was to monitor the group involved. But in the end arrests were prompted by pressure from another country. Guess which one.
Truth in Advertising. They say things in a much prettier way, but deep down inside you know that’s what they really mean… and it’s not just in the advertising world either.
Woman busted smuggling cocaine into prison stashed in Bibles. As it turns out she was very familiar with the heretofore-unknown “Book of Pablo”.
All your snakes are belong to us. A new twist on an old internet meme.
The fight for processor dominance enters the courtroom. Well, not literally, not for another 18 months, but it’ll be interesting to see how this lawsuit will change the way business is done in the IT industry.