Month: July 2008

The KDE Propaganda Machine

There are already articles on the web discussing the release of KDE 4.1 in the past tense, yet a quick look at the KDE website indicates that it has not yet been released to the public. Furthermore, the KDE techbase

MySpace Still Sucks

As long as they continue to allow their users to turn their pages into a poorly coded pile of mush, it will always suck. And that is the end of the matter.

What’s all the fuss with KDE 4?

I have been reading more complaints by the day, primarily from bloggers (some of whom I suspect are not even full-time Linux users) that KDE 4 was a complete mistake and should be scrapped. Some have likened it to Windows

KDE 4.1 + Firefox 3.0 = Bliss

There are many things to love about the new KDE and the new Firefox. I have personally always preferred Konqueror for most of my web browsing for simple things like dragging an image from the browser to the desktop. It

Solar Powered Bikinis

I was reading an article today about an MIT project to create solar powered textiles. One idea they’ve developed is solar powered curtains. But it got me thinking. The other day I saw a solar powered bra (yeah, like that’s

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