Daily Archives: March 18, 2013

Breaking Glass

What to do about XP’s imminent death? “The options are limited: Continue using XP until it no longer works, buy an expensive new PC, buy an even more expensive Apple computer, or buy a relatively new used PC or Apple. … Continue reading

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A Year of Changes

The past year has had dramatic changes in OS-share. “8” was released to no applause that other OS lost a lot more share than usual GNU/Linux grew like Topsy Take a look at what happened in the Falkland Islands, a … Continue reading

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yocto-reader, Will it Replace Google Reader?

I came upon Yocto-reader in the Debian repositories in my search for a replacement of Google Reader. The front-end is fine, it feels comfortable and familiar. People who live in their browsers and want to keep up with numerous of … Continue reading

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Six Weeks to Wheezy?

I’ve been using Debian 7/Wheezy for more than a year but Debian is still working at getting the bug-count down to meet the high standards for Debian Stable: see Release Critical Bug report for Week 11. The six week prediction … Continue reading

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