When we left off, I had finally decided to use AsteriskNOW and replace my hand-crafted dialplan with something more flexible and easier to modify. Before I could do anything else, I had to get the distribution installed. What follows was a late night of problem solving and fun…
Lately, I have been spending some quality time again with my TC1000 from Compaq. I purchased mine last year, along with two friends of mine. We all have taken different approaches to making the tablets work well.
Yesterday afternoon, my girlfriend discovered a particularly large volume of voicemails on her phone, after having cleaned out her mail box just 36 hours prior. She listened to several blank voicemails, as well as one from someone who wanted us to return their call…
Here it is, the long-awaited episode 3 of the Linux Enthusiasts’ Netcast!
This episode includes the following products, websites, OSS projects, and organizations:
- Ohio LinuxFest: The premiere fall Linux event for Ohio, the Midwest, and beyond
- LPI: World’s most well-known vendor neutral certification and advocacy organization
- Don Corbett: Linux training and consulting
- ZenOSS: Open Source Configuration Management and Discovery
- MythTV: Overall DVR, home entertainment system
- Jon “maddog” Hall: Executive Director, Linux Foundation
- Drew Curtis, Fark: Founder, Fark.com
- Microsoft and Yahoo deal: CNet news.com
- Zimbra: Open-source Exchange alternative, mail server and collaboration suite
- Office Open XML Format Wars: Groklaw.com
- Microsoft ISO Vote Tampering: Computerworld.com
- WordPress 2.5.1 Release: Blog-ish Content Management System
- iRiver Clix gen2: iRiver America product page
- iRiver Clix gen2: Amazon.com bundle
- Amarok: KDE’s media player
- RhythmBox: Gnome’s default media player
- gPodder: Awesome light-weight podcatching client
- NCOLUG: the North Central Ohio Linux Users’ Group
As usual, I want to hear from you! Send your feedback to:
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Over the last few weeks, I have been enjoying the insightful, funny, and inspiring moments from the Technology, Entertainment, and Design conference (TED), an exclusive event for just 1,000 people every year. The presenters are given very specific time constraints, something like 18 minutes.
Two of the most enjoyable talks I have seen so far have been from two very different scientists with two very different interests.
Jill Taylor, a neuroanatomist from Boston, talks about what it is like to have a stroke, from personal experience.
Cliff Stoll is most famous for catching some international espionage agents through computer forensics and network security, but he really enjoys physics, astronomy, and education.