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I'm just trying Open Tumblr
It’s OK I suppose, but it’s a shame it can’t read as well as write
Questioning The Original Analysis On The Bionic... →
Google may have erred; no one actually knows for sure at this time. But the task they sought to do has been done before and everyone intended it to be permitted. - Bradley M. Kuhn
What Americans don't realise
UK Customers Are Getting Free Kindles. Will the US Get Them, Too? - Switched What Americans don’t realise is in the UK we’ve become really averse to contract phones. So much so that Phone shops wiill go to all sort of lengths to get us to take them. In fact, I predict a free kindle will be nowhere near incentive enough. Hell they’ve tried free laptops in the past with little...
The Five Best VoIP or Voice Chat Apps? [Hive Five] →
How To Install VNC Server On iPhone
If you’ve ever left your iPhone at home and needed to check for missed calls, or you couldn’t find it and wanted to make an alarm go off with minimal effort, you could do both of those things easily if remote access were possible. Well, if you have a jailbroken iOS device it is by installing Veency, the iOS VNC server.Amplify’d from www.lifehacker.com.auHow To Install A VNC Server On Your...
I have now left the Ubuntu Commnity, well, sort of
I’ve evicted my last Ubuntu system and moved Debian Squeeze into the box. I now run: a well established Fedora 14 on my laptop, a very old Crunchbang on my netbook and a newly installed Debian 6 on my desktop. I still feel like part of the Ubuntu community and I’ll still recommend it to new users, so I’m not sure whether I’m quite out of the village yet. We’ll have...
Linux !Mint 11 Katya to use GNOME 3 - The H Open...
Linux Mint Founder and lead developer Clement Lefebvre has announced that the next major release of his Ubuntu-based Linux distribution will feature the GNOME 3.0 desktop environment, which is expected to be finalised on the 6th of April. According to Lefebvre, unlike Canonical’s Ubuntu, Linux Mint 11, code named “Katya”, will not use Unity, instead opting for...
New Scientist TV: Rare leopard caught on candid...
Are there any Cloud services left that haven't...
I was just listening to the technically legal podcast. they were discussing that case where Flickr lost 4000 images. Taking away Live and Google for recent losses, that just leaves Amazon, as the only big player left with a clean record. It’s not very encouraging, really.
BBC iPlayer to be available internationally this...
via thenextweb.com That’s gonna give the commercial players real competition. Lets hope it drives down prices generally. Consumer friendly pricing is very underrated
Unity 3.6.0 Comes With Option To Maximize Dash,...
Android Honeycomb Sculpture Arrives at Google...
The Microsoft Update: Windows Live Mesh goes live...
On March 31, Microsoft will stop supporting the beta version of Live Mesh. Users of the file synching service must manually upgrade to the full production Windows Live Mesh service or lose the data stored in their folders. This cloud service synchs files between multiple Windows machines and Macs, but because it doesn’t support Linux, other services like Dropbox still have an edge. ...
Tumblweed seems OK but I’m a bit disappointed it doesn’t offer a means of replying, or resharing. Am I missing something?
19 vulnerabilities - Chrome 9 update proves... →
Despite the headlines this is such a smart move by Google and Firefox, who runa similar scheme
I wonder how you remove Ruby Gems?
I don’t want to remove Grumblr. It seems very nice, but I noticed it doesn’t appear in an aptitude search, or in the software centre. I’ll have to look into this. I like to know how to undo things
I think having Grumblr in my tray will make me...
Time will tell whether that’s good or bad. I suspect it will be bad, beyond a certain point, because the posting volume here is not generally very high, so I may end up flooding the stream, or even worse, swamping it with mixed metaphors
I'm reading that Tumblr is no longer relaying to...
I was reading a post by Paul Philippov: http://themactep.tumblr.com/ He says: Seems Tumblr API is broken when it comes to cross-posting Tumblr posts to Twitter. I noticed that Tumblr does not behave as expected when a message is posted from a third-party client without a corresponding key passed along with the message data I usually relay posts to Friendfeed and then on to Twitter, which still...