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devnet has been a project manager for a Fortune 500 company, a Unix administrator, a Technical Writer, and a System Analyst during his 10 years working with Technology.

HostGator, Linux and The Dukes of Hazzard

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If you’re old, like me…let’s say, over 30 years old…you might remember the television show “The Dukes of Hazzard”.  Waylon Jennings, a popular country music singer during the late 70’s and early 80’s sang the theme song.  The lyrics are: Just the good ol boys, never meaning no harm Beats all you ever saw, been […]

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Finding Files Modified in the Past Few Days

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It’s said that with age comes distinction and wisdom. If we believe that, then we’re talking about people and not files.  Working with older files doesn’t make you wise beyond your years…one could argue that it makes you a glutton for punishment :).  That doesn’t always have to be the case as we can solve […]

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Would You Like a Native Client for Google Drive?

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If you’re like me, you think that the more native applications that are available to Linux users, the better.  In the case of Google Drive, there isn’t a native synchronization enabled client for Linux.  This is especially sad if you think about how Google got to where it is today…building its entire search infrastructure on […]

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Sony Violates the LGPL3 and Steals KDE Icon

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Looks like Sony has gone from prosecuting pirates to becoming one.  Only days after the PS4 announcement too. Over at the KDE Blog, Jonathan Riddell explains that Sony is using a KDE icon in violation of the LGPL3 license under which it is released: “Nowhere on their website terms of use does it list the […]

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