Those nice people over in Holland, Endless Ideas, are bringing out the BeBook mini. This has a 5″ tall screen, compared to the 6″ display of the current BeBook. If you don’t like grey, you can order the white version, should you be feeling some Kindle-envy.
There are web rumours that it features a [...]
This is what is involved in a Rolex service – no wonder it costs £300+
I open the case and remove the rotor. I remove the movement from the case. I continue to take off the hands and remove the dial and date disc. The mainspring gets unwound and at this point the movement goes [...]
When the world shits on you from a great height, you could do worse than turn to the tranquil, ordered and restful Baroque ambiance of Dietrich Buxtehude.
His Praeludium In F Sharp Minor (BuxWv 146) takes me out of myself and this time.
Which is a blessed relief.
Consider this kitten.
At first glance you may think, “Ahhh look at the cute little kitten, listening to its favourite tunes. He’s grooving and singing along. Ahhhh isn’t that sweet.”
This is wrong on so many levels.
First, you have anthropomorphised the kitten. Cats of any age, do not listen to music, with or [...]
More fiddling with Slackware has prompted me to install the HTML version of the excellent Slackbook on my site on the Slackware page, you can have a damn fine read here!
It’s also on my BeBook – which is nice.
I’ve been experimenting with my Slackware boxes.
Did you know that it’s quicker and easier and more secure to login and mount drives through SSH that samba?
So long as you configure Cervisia and CVS not to interfer with GNOME’s nautilus and stay in its own KDE sandpit.
Twitter? That was SO last month…