As expected, the recent state of events where nano transitioned maintainership to Benno Schulenberg, and the project left GNU, has a lot of people speculating about what happened, and more disappointingly, making some pretty nasty assertions about motivations. I want to try and give a brief update on them to hopefully calm things down. I was […]
Since AUX Penelope has been shut down, I’m going to jot down some details about where you can get A/UX software and commands you need to get going with your shiny old A/UX system. Hardware: At this point you want a full 68040 Mac like the Quadra 650, 700, 800, or 9xx, they can still […]
In my original article I let you know what options there are for those of you who wanted to switch to discounted phone provider (also known as an MVNO) in the US to save some moolah, but I focused mainly on carriers who operated on the AT&T and T-mobile GSM networks. Since then I’ve gotten […]
Update 2013.02.21 – I recently ported back to Straight Talk and have found that I can no longer seem to successfully make the forwarding call required to use GVoice for my voicemail. Lame! One less reason to pick them I guess. The carrier table should be updated accordingly. For those interested, I also signed up the […]
Well my upgrade for security-paranoia’s sake seems to have wiped out the previous site, which was rather spartan to begin with. I’ll try and put something together which looks slightly more ugly but less basic. You’re welcome America!
I have to say that as a Free Software developer, one thing I find very disappointing is people being needlessly hostile to a project of mine, and using incorrect reasoning to substantiate it. Nine traits of the veteran Unix admin is one of those gems. Let me first say that I actually like vi[m] quite […]