I’d always wanted to see what an underground map would look like and the other day I remembered whilst infront of the computer. Now, the one I have below is not totally accurate insofar as exactly where the tubes are laid, but it is more so as far as the stations sit. This map was generated as part of the … Read the remaining 50 words
My Very Easy Method Just Speeds Up Naming Planets. Large Image
I doubt many of you will have heard of Compiz or its one time rival Beryl. These are add-ons for Linux desktops which, though they have their advantages for making your computer more productive, are very much fancy eye-candy. Basically, whenever my friends ask why I use nix I show them some Compiz features, they then exclaim how cool they … Read the remaining 178 words
Its taken long enough but I am finally back on the net. I thought that with all this high-speed world we were living in the internet wouldn’t have take the better part of a month to sort out. First its problems with how long since you’ve had your phone line, then its that the previous people living here were with … Read the remaining 201 words
Categories: Internet, Linux
I’m appalled at a recent BBC decision to release its new online watch again service to Windows only. The problem for me is that I love the BBC normally and I want to consume their content but they always make it so hard for me. I don’t like to consider myself anti-Microsoft but I don’t want to use their software … Read the remaining 60 words
An American judge losses his 54 million dollar court case over suing a dry cleaners for lost trousers…. wtf?!