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I #8217;ve always preferred the speed and UI of Chrome over Firefox, but stuck with Firefox as my primary browser because there were too many add-ons I relied on daily for work (web design/development) and personal browsing.
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Make OpenDNS play nice with WHS and KaVoom! KM
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Acer Aspire One Solderless Touchscreen Mod
Several weeks back I purchased an #8216;Easy and Fun TouchKit #8217; for my Acer Aspire One and finally got around to installing it two days ago.聽 I purchased the kit off of ebay for $95 plus $25 shipping, but you could also purchase it directly from the FidoHub website.
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I finally got around to softmodding my old xbox last night in order to run XBMC on it.聽 It is something I #8217;ve been wanting to do for at least a year now, but had procrastinated on because I thought it would be more complicated than it actually was.
I initially made the attempt last week, but because I didn #8217;t have an Action Replay kit (the reader or memory card) #8211; I followed another tutorial that outlined how to use a USB flash drive with a homemade xbox-to-usb cord for transferring the Linux os amp; game聽 save exploit needed to perform the softmod.
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Linux Woes from a Windows User
Until this past year, I #8217;d always been a Windows user.聽 Unlike a lot of die hard geeks, I don #8217;t think Microsoft is evil incarnate nor do I feel there is anything wrong with a company wanting to make a profit from their products.聽 However, because I have a curious mind and enjoy putzing around on my systems, I started exploring a few different Ubuntu-based Linux distros several months back.聽 Initially it started with Xubuntu on a system I was building for my 3 year old.聽 All of the hardware was pretty old, so I wanted OS that was lightweight and had minimal system requirements.
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The following is a list of eBook readers that are currently available, or will be soon. I #8217;m mainly putting this together for my own reference as I search for the perfect reader.聽 The inspiration came from MobileRead Wiki, which provides a more comprehensive comparison matrix of these readers, though I wanted to maintain my own list for personal reference.
Because some of these readers are actually re-branded versions of the same device hardware (though may have different firmware), I #8217;ve grouped them together by the hardware manufacturer.聽 I will be adding to this list over time, so it is a work in progress.
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The Perfect eBook Reader
Reading is one of those small indulgences that I would almost rather lose a limb than have to give up.聽 When I #8217;m stressed with work or life in general, loading up my eBook Reader and losing myself for a day or two almost always puts my mind right again.聽 Although dedicated eBook Reading devices have been around for awhile, they still don #8217;t seem to be as well-known or mainstream as they deserve to be. However, eBook popularity is definitely on the rise , so I think there is going to be a wider array of device options available to consumers over the next couple of years.
eBookwise 1150
I currently use a low-cost eBookwise 1150 for 99% of my reading needs.聽 It has flaws but essentially does what I wanted it for.聽 Before making that purchase, I #8217;d struggled for at least a month or two as to whether or not I should opt for a higher-priced e-Ink device [2] instead.聽 Living in the middle of nowhere as I do, walking into a store for a hands-on demonstration wasn #8217;t an option.聽 Instead, I watched dozens of YouTube videos and read every review I could find on all of the models available at the time.
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