Multiseat X under linux

Tuesday, December 6th, 2005

Think about it: one pc, 3 monitors, 3 keyboards, 3 mice, 3 users all on the same machine at the same time doing different things. Ah yes, some of you are saying terminal clients, been there… Think of a standard whitebox pc powering it and a full graphical user interface and you have what’s known […]

Some links to purchase linux boxed set installs

Saturday, November 19th, 2005

OK, truth be told linux is usually thought of as a download for free and install operating system and there are LOT’s of ways to do that. But it is also available for purchase at various places, from the different distributions web sites. Also, these are links to the product pages at Amazon. They have […]

Sony BMG is still having a bad week….

Thursday, November 10th, 2005

Unfortunately a LOT of people that have bought Sony-BMG cds (or borrowed, whatever…) are going to have some headaches too. By stock in Tylenol or Aleve or something…. anyway… here’s todays roundup of Sony Rootkit news. Including a virus borrowing the gift of SONY… First up is some “backstory” that reminds us of Sony’s attitudes […]

Make panoramic pictures with a digital camera (or any other)

Wednesday, August 24th, 2005

There’s another great article at newsforge this evening. I remember seeing some time back a camera which took panoramic pictures. The photographer would hold it steady over his head and the camera would slowly circle around to get a 360 degree photo. In fact I think I remember seeing a large group picture where someone […]

Google cache revealing critical personal infromation

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2005

A while back I did an article on using Google search in some slightly more advanced ways, as well as a link to a site of specific Google searches. I’ve come across something in the Handlers diary at that is worth knowing about. The entry in question details that apparently someone made a BIG […]

Internet Explorer 7 beta

Friday, July 29th, 2005

I just read a review over at techreviewcentral of the recent beta release of Internet Explorer 7. Now, I’ll go ahead and say this. I’m not a Microsoft fan. I use Linux for my desktop operating system for a number of reasons. That said,    Send article as PDF   

Custom Error Pages with .htaccess

Friday, July 29th, 2005

Ok, we’ve looked at controlling access to directories with .htaccess, but there are other neat tricks we can do that can add a bit of polish to your site.    Send article as PDF