At this time of year, I think it only fair first of all to ensure this blog was fully up-to-date by updating to WordPress 3.5, and also wishing all of you the best seasonal greetings.
I can’t help but feel a bit sorry for people who waste their time sending ridiculous comments to a huge number of blogs, because it indicates two things: A lot of blog owners running WordPress apparently forget running Akismet, because somehow these auto spam providers must gain access to blogs somewhere since they keep trying […]
Judging from some communities, the number of users of Ubuntu has either risen considerably, or they simply suffer from far more problems than other Linux users. As you probably read on other blogs I write, I was previously a happy user of Mandriva Linux — the linux distribution that merged Mandrake and Connectiva into Mandriva.
The VLC Media Player is definitely a utility you need when you handle many video formats. It’s highly versatile and can handle almost any format under many operating systems. You can read about the media player from this location: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/.
As you might have guessed, I like this video as it illustrates my point from the previous article I wrote.
I have been asked by many why I have chosen an Apple MacBook when I have had such a long experience in the field of DOS and Windows – and even Linux.
I can safely say I am not among the people using Microsoft Office on my MacBook. Microsoft claims they have a 77% market share among American Mac users [Source: http://www.macnn.com/articles/09/01/07/ms.on.office.apple.tax/]. An interesting number although I am highly doubtful as to whether that number would be identical for users outside of the US.
As any modern Mac-user will confirm online applications are golden. It is an amazing era we have entered now that we can finally reach tons of software application from the comfort of our own homes and our laptops.
You have no doubt heard the theory that when you have a Mac, security is no issue. You need not worry about anything. No viruses, no threats etc…. Have you heard this? Do you think it’s true? Well, this is a wake-up call for those of you who have heard that, because it’s FALSE!
What a tremendous feeling it is to have finalized payment for iPods and MacBooks. The waiting period from payment until delivery should be about three days. Three LONG days when one feels like a little kid awaiting a birthday gift… 🙂