There’s no doubt that fuel prices, especially in California, are causing people to re-think how they get to work. Tension in key parts of the world where we get our oil from is making it obvious that they aren’t going to be going down any time soon, either. Carpooling, SMART trains and other alternative transportation [...]
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There’s been a lot of heat from Gnome users about the new release. Radical changes to how you interact with your programs are obviously going to cause some waves. I’ve been using different WMs/DEs since 1995. I think Gnome3 has really struck a balance with usability and intuition. First off, it seems like they ripped [...]
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“Instant Remote Assistance” is a cornerstone of our business. With a call and a simple download, we’ll be able to log on and assist you in a matter of minutes. You don’t have to have anyone come out to your home or business, and you don’t have to take your computer anywhere. It’s safe, easy [...]
A new surface of oil across the Gulf of Mexico supposedly matches the oil leaked from last year’s BP fiasco. BP hasn’t admitted to being the cause of this recent oil spotting, but they have deployed vessels to the site to investigate anyway. They will be looking at the well they sealed last year as [...]
Fastek, Logical Networking Solution’s remote support solution for business and at-home computer support, has been upgraded on the back-end. This means faster, more reliable connections for our customers.
Let’s face it – like any other practice, there are certain “tools” you simply cannot live without when you’re a sysadmin. I was taught early on by an old boss that you shouldn’t EVER go anywhere without your tools. At the time, I was working as one of two I.T. people at a local bank [...]
Today is the 30th birthday of MS-DOS. Personally, DOS (not specifically MS-DOS, but various flavors including DR-DOS as well) was the beginning of my true computing obsession in 1992. Sound geeky? Yeah, I guess it does. Typing in commands to produce output on an 80×25 monochrome screen was something that enchanted me. To be able [...]
Our home system had been running low on space, so I decided to take that second 1TB hard drive that was collecting dust and throw it in the mix. Previously, it had been used as a separate drive, which had an older install of Fedora, as well as a Windows XP partition on it. I [...]