Category: Software

ExeGNU/Linux Review Follow-up

This is a follow-up to my initial review of the ExeGNU/Linux operating system I recently installed on my Lenovo laptop. These are a couple of minor issues I've experienced since the install and how I've handled them. I'm hoping that, if you decide…

Review of the ExeGNU/Linux operating system

Although I'm very pleased with Q4OS Linux, which has been my operating system of choice for over six years now, I happened across Exe a few weeks ago and decided to give it a try. The first thing that grabbed my attention is that it uses, by…

Parler App - Best new thing, since free stimulus checks.

This week, while looking for help in setting up a second Parler account to use for my non-hobby purposes, I came across a large number of far left blogs, twitter forced embeds on websites, etc. All of them were crying foul against…

Vivaldi et l’Open Source

Les personnes impliquées dans la communauté Open Source nous demandent souvent pourquoi le navigateur Vivaldi n’est pas disponible sous une licence Open Source unifiée. Nous allons vous expliquer pourquoi dans cet…

Email and I: An Abridged History

Basecamp's HEY matters, and not just because it took on Apple's App Store policies. I originally published this on my blog, where it looks a lot better.…

Writing About Facebook Is Overwhelming

I've spent the past six weeks or so writing about Facebook, which is something I've wanted to do for a long time. As of right now, I've just hit 12,000 words, which - as my friend CJ Eller pointed out on Discord - is long enough to be an ebook.…

ミリシタ3周年の運営ミス雑感

結論:エンジニア目線ではツーストライクくらいまで追い込まれてます。 ミリシタ3周年のバグは何だったのか…

Conquering the Konqueror

Since the Trinity Desktop Environment is based on the original KDE 3.x desktop, one of its cornerstone applications is the Konqueror file manager/browser. Now, although Konqueror hasn't aged very well as a web browser (as development for it has…