A Canonical Controversy

Remember these past few months where Ubuntu/Canonical’s contribution to Gnome (or lack thereof) was called into question and the topic was on the tip of every Linux news website tongue (see closing thoughts for info links)?  Let’s throw some gasoline … Continue Reading →


Midori, Flash, and Unity Linux 2010

I just took a look at how Unity Linux 2010.1 shapes up and found that the flashplayer plugin doesn’t work with the default browser which is Midori.  Here’s a quick fix for getting flash to work with Midori on Unity … Continue Reading →


Finding Files with locate

Many Linux users use the ‘find’ utility when searching for files using the command line on their system. They’ll do a simple: Really though, the power of find isn’t just in finding names of files but rather specific details about … Continue Reading →


Google News Redesign is Horrible

So, what do you think of the Google News redesign? You like it???  Tell me where you live so I can come hit you on the head a couple of times with a tack hammer…we’ll see if that jars anything … Continue Reading →


Interesting Statistics

Very interesting statistics that I’ve noticed since moving the site to a Linode VPS. If you take a look at the graphic below, the spike in the middle will probably stick out quite a bit.  Oddly enough, the spike I … Continue Reading →


A Blip on My Posts

Hello everyone! You may have seen a blip swing by in posting on the site with the default WordPress posting “Hello World” displaying as a new post.  This was due to my recent migration from Site5 shared hosting to a … Continue Reading →