At this time they're looking for developers to hand over devices through March 14th. So if you have any significant coding skills and have some unique ideas on what kind of apps you would build, I think they would like to hear from you.
I miss the mouse-over audio previews that I got in Gnome and Gnome-derivative desktop systems. The visual previews in KDE are fantastic, but sometimes you want to mouse-over an audio file to see what it is.
So I have an audio file on my desktop and mousing over it does nothing...on the physical desktop or in Dolphin.
If my KDE desktop gives me a prompt to save a file on the desktop, that file menu GUI starts playing the file If I put my mouse cursor on it. I'm not bothered by it, but just curious how it does it and why.
Anyone else have this happen?
Looks like the specter of thousands of customers heading for the exits has them a bit concerned. With Google Fiber rolling out in Austin, Time Warner is wise to make this move. While their touted "300 club" can't match the speeds offered by Google fiber, most of the Time Warner area are getting bumped up in speed at no cost. They are even hitting the outlying communities, in which I am. We'll be jumped from 20/2 to 50/3.5.
I can live with that.
Back in the late 80's I bought two vintage Triumph motorcycles and they were still crated...frame, motor and other parts had to be assembled. I wasn't ready for what I found. Every single inch of those bikes were covered in cosmoline. That is nasty, nasty stuff.
When preparing Cream of Wheat on the stovetop, make sure you run hot water in the pan if you are not going to wash it right away.
Cream of Wheat turns into Cream of Concrete in just a few minutes.
I'm posting it because someone might find it useful to adapt for their own use...or not.
I'll post this again tomorrow when the stream is a bit more active. I just wanted it up now so I'll remember to do it in the morning.
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