Updates recently have been few and far between, and its largely because I can’t keep an Operating System on my laptop. What’s up with that? Continue reading Distro Hopping [Summer 2011]
Twenty years ago today, Linux took its first steps into the world, its father unknowing that it would one day power a multitude of devices, from network devices to cell phones to super computers. Join in on the celebration!
And the most unexpected birthday present, a video gift from Microsoft!
Canonical, the company behind the open source Linux distribution Ubuntu, has announced that Ubuntu One-the affordable cloud storage service has reached one million happy users. Since they reached this milestone back in May, I’m not a part of the 1 million, though I’m certainly a part of the happy million+1! Continue reading Ubuntu One News
With all the recent news about Dropbox, I decided to take a look at one open source solution that I have neglected for a while. It was time for me to consider Ubuntu One as a possible candidate for my cloud data needs.
Now, I’ve been a big proponent of Dropbox for years, practically since it was first released. And I’ve tested Ubuntu One several times. Each time finding myself wholly dissatisfied at the service. This time I decided to give it another shot, and to enhance it with some additional (and necessary) tools. Continue reading From Dropbox to Ubuntu One