The first computer I could ever lay sole claim to was one of the ancients. This was about two years ago, and it was a used laptop that had refused to continue functioning for one of our neighbors. 512 megabytes of ram, a single core processor that would not even dream of a gigahertz. Needless to say it did not perform well with any recent installs of Windows or Ubuntu, and so very slowly I learned how to trim down my install.
I don't use that laptop any more, I've since then gotten a powerful little new one. But today I still appreciate the elegance of a lightwight system.
My current setup is ArchLinux with OpenBox or Spectrwm depending on my mood. It serves its purpose well, and leaves plenty of power for where I really want it.
The purpose of Grive is to provide an independent open source implementation of Google Drive client for GNU/Linux. It uses the Google Document List API to talk to the servers in Google. The code is written in standard C++. The source code of Grive is released under GPLv2. +Grive
The DMCA causes more problems than it solves. Whether or not you can still watch the video with one more click, The Piano Guys should be able to show their own video on their own website - whether or not they signed with Sony Music Entertainment.
Okay, so I made a sort-of awesome survival map for MineCraft. I think it's a bit challenging, but that's just my opinion. If you'd like to try your skills against my best attempts to kill you, here: http://goo.gl/WTXSR
Rules: No breaking blocks. No placing blocks. Anything else is okay (breaking/placing torches, signs, etc).