Monthly Archives: April 2007

Picasa, JAlbum, and null bytes

I have recently been trying to transition from Mac to Linux, with much success for the most part, but a few hiccups as well, as is to be expected. One of the important uses of the computer for me is photo editing and sharing, especially since we got our Canon Rebel XT last year, which […]

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broke my linux install again

I broke it again!! I had Kubuntu 7.04 beta running nicely, except for a few things which didn’t work. So I tried to install Fedora 7 beta on my second hard drive (we’ll call it drive B), and somehow messed up the Kubuntu install, though I was able to get much of the important files […]

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My new computer — hardware

Around Christmas time, I was taking it easy for a bit, browsing the web and such, and started drooling over Apple’s upcoming products – a new operating system, and of course increasingly fast and cool machines. I bought a 1.5 GHz G4 Powerbook in December 2005, to replace my 800 MHz G3 iBook that I […]

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