A friend recently turned me on to one cool application that let’s me listen to synchronized music from all my networked devices at the same time. This is likely one of the coolest software enhancements I’ve made to my home listening experience in a long time.
As you can see, I’ve managed to get TweetDeck installed on my languishing eeePC 8G Netbook. Originally we’d picked the eeePC up as a light web browser, but found the native Xandros OS a bit weak. Time passed and we’d not had time to really explore the potential of this little guy…until now. First off, […]
Recently we’d picked up an ASUS eee PC as a replacement for my ill Compaq R3200. Well, not really as a replacement. You see, anytime we start looking into a hardware purchase, Tess and I review our need for the purchase. To make a long story short, I’m inheriting her cool little Dell M1210, and […]
As some of you may know, my household server and my ageing Compaq Presario R3230CA laptop both run Ubuntu. Well imagine my surprise when the latest upgrade to Ubuntu (7.04 Feisty Fawn) activated the dormant WiFi hardware. Previous Ubuntu versions didn’t support the Broadcom 802.11g wireless, but judging from my happy results, the Feisty Fawn […]