Daily Archives: July 18, 2012

“8” through the eyes of a desktop user

“What is the experience like on Windows 8 when the end point isn’t touch enabled? In a word: Bad.” Face it. A user interface designed for tiny touch screens is not optimal for monitor, keyboard and mouse. Canonical should take … Continue reading

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Vista, Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture, to be packaged for Debian

“The Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (Vista), an open source hospital information system used in 160 hospitals, several hundreds of clinics and more than a hundred nursing homes, will become part of the Debian free software distribution.” Wow! … Continue reading

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M$ Caught Cheating Again

It appears “7” SP1 broke the browser choice thingy and M$ has been out of compliance with the EU Commission for over a year. M$ claims it was an accident. Do you want your IT run by an organization that … Continue reading

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