DDEVnet.net is now running on a new server, in Australia. I also took the opportunity to replace my personal website, HTTP server and change my mail setup. Rather than coming out scarred, I've come through enlightened and more enthusiastic than ever.
Somebody at Microsoft clearly thought Gnome 3 was a well recieved success.
Having tried Windows 8 Consumer Preview there is a few good features, and lots of bad features.
I was procrastinating and running out of things to do when I saw the news item saying that there was a thing called mod_spdy for Apache.
This guide describes how to get Linux onto the Toshiba AC100 in a simple and detailed way.
Here is a list of the main ICs I observed when I disassembled my AC100.
Without C and Unix it is likely that you would not be using the Internet as we know it now - or even a computer.
So I watched President Obama's speech today and amongst all the stuff about the US taking a greater presence and influence in APAC I noticed that "protecting Intellectual Property" one of the points.
So here's how the Social Networking space has cycled for the last decade: you inevitably piss off your users, who then move to another network that then gains critical mass.
KDE is trying, Gnome is trying. Haiku is already half way there without really trying, though you have to look a bit closer to find what they have done at all.