Linux refers to one or both of two things. The heart of a Linux system is the Linux kernel, originally written by Linus Torvalds from
64 is almost certainly the single best-selling model of personal computer ever. It had a production run of 11 years (September
GEOS can refer to one of several operating systems, all of which stand for "Graphical Environment Operating System." It was created by Berkeley Softworks, which
What's a furry?
To some folks, funny-animal game characters and popular TV show characters qualify as furry. This includes
All Cards on This Page
Full list of journal entries
I have intentionally destroyed a second computer
It happened this morning.
I ranted incoherently on Twitter about it
, if anyone's interested.
The Evil of Multimedia
November 30, 2014 - Stopping the double click to edit behavior of Wagn 1.14
A feature that has been in
since its earliest days is the ability to call up the card editor by double-clicking
March 18, 2012 - Copyright Math, or The $8 Billion iPod, a TED talk by Rob Reid
With a hat tip to
YourAnonNews on Twitter
and also on Tumblr
November 28, 2014 - The Thornton 2 Library is back
After entirely too long a hiatus, the library is back online. The reason for the site going away in the first place was a
August 25, 2014 - Remove from Debian an ancient package crashing on install-info
this StackExchange question
: If you can't uninstall an ancient package from Debian, the package axe for example, because you