3 Oct 2010

Faster than the speed of data!

Okay so I have made a couple of minor linux posts, which in turn seems to be accounting towards my advertesment content which is rather cool. Now back to business, this is just to give a brief overveiw of the stuff I would like to be covering in the future. As you may already know I am an advocator of freedom in many differnt ways, my Linux posts have been driven by my love for open source software. However this is not a Linux reference page. Like I said before, I wish to share ALL my digital discoveries with you guise, so first off, have you ever seen a browser in yo browser dawg? Follow this URL and you will :
Copy and paste into bar at the top (hurrr durrrrr) and prepare to have brix shat!

chrome://browser/content/browser.xul

You see that? Cool huh? Well okay, not that amazing but at least it's something. Anyhow, in the future I would like to be covering topics such as:
  • Basic networking
  • How to set up a home file server
  • Writing basic scripts (Linux + Windows)
  • Fun hacks
  • Latest internet buzzes
  • News on software development (especially browsers like the soon to be Firefox 4.0)
Expect there to be the odd rambling here or there in between, this is a blog after all. So remember to eat wholewheat pasta and DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE!

: The game :

18 comments:

  1. Fun hacks!!? Whoop whoop bro.

    My wholewheat pasta shall be consumed with much voracity.

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  2. I copied that link into my browser but it didn't do anything. What was meant to happen?

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  3. I see you know a lot about this stuff, you must know the same as I know about xxx, lol. I like when people are good in something, I mean, I know a lot about graphic design, and you know a lot about Linux and computers.

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  4. @darkkight: It put a browser in yo browser dawg! Didn't you get the memo? :D

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  5. Very cool, can't wait for me bro!
    following~

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  6. Great post!

    looking forward to reading the next one

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  7. Oh man.
    Dat browser in browser action is AWESOME.

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  8. When it comes to your post, GTL can also stand for "Great Thoughts at Length"... keep it up!

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  9. I love your blog, the design and layout, its very cool!

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  10. nice, I can't wait to see what you have to say in your next post

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  11. I just got done with my GTL session this morning, and I was amused by your post

    keep up the solid work!

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