Nowadays, it is common for a person to have a desktop and a laptop computer (and more). You’ll see plenty of multidisplay and multi computer desktop/workstation setups on the Lifehacker flickr Desktop feed. A lot of people there have mentioned the magic of Synergy for these cases, and I’m here to tell you, they have not expressed the terrific capabilities of the tiny application to my satisfaction, so I am here to toot its horn again. I explain a little more about installing Synergy2 on Ubuntu for Free . It covers the installation in Windows as well, because my laptop is often booted into Windows for music production on Sample of the Day.
I have been using Wordpress for many years now, and it has gotten easier to install and configure a theme. I think it’s time to take advantage of some of the options available and maybe do a little refinining. Recently, I really like simple appearances because I always talk to people about to walk across the digital divide that are confused by web pages. As this is my personal blog, you’ll probably see things change quite frequently around here and I would love to hear your comments and feedback.
Well, I finally got around to upgrading everything to Jaunty Jackalope. I talked about it on my Ubuntu For Free blog.
I really like Chromifox Basic. It looks great on Windows and Linux across different resolutions, in KDE and Gnome.
Well, I guess it should happen now as opposed to a few more years down the road. While I have been on the internet for a long time, I have never really made use of this site. It’s all about to change.