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Entries on this site with 'computers'

  • New Gear From Atok and Opah
    Although having accepted a new job, there are many problems that we have yet to overcome. One of the biggest perils to my final semester in my attempt to finally earn a Ba
  • This Pangolin is Precise
    So it came to pass that if I needed to use the new Bamboo Pen graphics tablet , I had to upgrade my operating system. Long story short: I decided on totally replacing my A
  • Arise, Newer Graphics Tablet; But Not So Fast!
    Once upon a time , I bought a Wacom Graphire 3 graphics tablet. With its stylus I made many a drawing , til its USB cable died screaming. Actually it died quite some years
  • Wallpaprometheus
    I appear to have a new wallpaper for the Artist X 1.0 desktop. It's that ship sent by Weyland Industries. S.S. Lollipop or something. Can't wait for the movie. I'm not say
  • Calibre Ebook Reader
    I have discovered and installed the free ebook reader and management application named Calibre to read books and stuff! Apart from reading ebooks, Calibre can also manage
  • Amarok 2.0 Woes... Then a Solution!
    A few nights ago, I decided to upgrade the Ubuntu operating system from 8.10 Intrepid Ibex to 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope. (Yeah, yeah. I should be at 10.04 Lucid Lynx right now
  • Ubuntu Miscellanea
    Three things come to mind. Flash Problems I've been having some problems with browser-embedded flash files. Those of you who notice my reluctance to click on Youtube links
  • Sequence of Events
    I have a few backlogged blog entries to make, and here is the sequence of events detailing why they were delayed: 1. Thursday January 22, 2009 - Allie's 6-month birthday.
  • Lines of Communications
    Commemorating Sila's birthday on the 29th, we have here a series of screencaptures taken from Skype on Atok Irfan & Alya's computer in Sitiawan The proliferation of the in
  • And Now For A Word
    We interrupt your regularly unscheduled pogrom (you know the one I'm talking about) to bring you the latest news. It's more of a picture of where I'm working, rather than
  • Communications As If It's Science Fiction
    Earlier today (well, about 5 minutes ago) Hisham, Ain and Irfan talked with Sila, Vin, Atok Irfan and Opah Irfan for almost an hour with one of those new-fangled tee vee p
  • Irfan's NimbleX
    I'm currently running a new LiveCD within which resides the Linux operating system called NimbleX , and I'm writing this article with the Konqueror browser nestled deep wi
  • The Layout Goes South
    I've been trying to code the CSS file for the weblog all morning. I woke up and thought, how nice it would be if the site was optimised to a width of 1024 pixels. So I tin
  • Dreadwind Rising: A Blog Upgrade
    Many, many months after the latest version of Pivot had been released, and remember that this weblog uses the Pivot content management system to... manage its content, His
  • Desktop-Adorning Mandalorians
    So the other day I put up a thumb to the desktop wallpaper that was on my Ubuntu side of the computer . Here's the wallpaper on the XP side of the laptop, its size reduced
  • Laptop Problem, and then a Solution
    I still haven't replaced my home workstation since it crashed and burned back in April . I've been using this work laptop 100% for my computing and browsing needs since. I
  • Blue Underpants Goes On The Dragon
    Since the desktop is deader than a doorknob now, I've been using the work laptop for both work and leisure internet use. The current desktop background that greets me ever
  • Way Past Its Prime
    Fracking great. I get back from vacation, boot up the computer and connect to the internet.... and after 10 minutes the computer crashes. I can't reboot the computer. Ubun
  • I've Transformed My Wallpaper
    So today I made a brand new desktop wallpaper, which I think looks great. Click on the thumbnail over there to the left to view it in its entirety. I'm wondering about tha
  • This Weblog Is China-Friendly
    It's been in the news since last year that China has been censoring internet into the country. So, thanks to a website called greatfirewallofchina.org , I am able to test
  • Ubuntu Adventures: Survivors of the KDE Desktop
    Last time I wrote about the Linuxification of the home PC, I mentioned that I turned my Ubuntu into Kubuntu by installing the KDE desktop. It turns out I prefer the old GN
  • A New Playgound (On the Computer Desktop)
    After I vowed to install Linux into this here home computer some time last October, this machine is now 100% Linux. The 100% part was because my old two hundred year old W
  • Two Views Of The Same Page
    Because I've using Firefox on Ubuntu 6.06 LTS to surf the net, here are two different looks of this website's index page. I have no preference on which is better looking,
  • Quaked by Internet Problems
    Now it seems that we're unable to connect to servers in the United States and Europe. I can't even access my work email. I couldn't even access this weblog since this morn
  • Best Office Space Ever
    So after the exam today I headed down to 1 Utama with the new laptop. Using the mall's WLAN I was on the internet browsing por- I mean connected to the office via Skype in
  • Early Morning Raid at the PC Fair
    Well, to be honest it wasn't that early in the morning. It was about 10AM. And it wasn't a raid as it was us moving slowly through the computer exhibition picking out stuf
  • Tablets Seem Fun To Work With
    Tablet PC s, used by the personnel of Stargate Command's Atlantis Expedition (particularly Dr. Rodney McKay) seem to be cool little gadgets to work with. I wish I can buy
  • Galaxy Games Online Files For Download
    After Phil "Grimace" Hatfield introduced me to Galaxy Games Online , I've long thought of customising some .ggo files for use with the old West End Games' Star Wars RPG. G
  • More Tales of Connectivity
    I've been chatting online for more almost four years. I've chatted with acquaintances that have now become really good friends (although I've never met most any of them, a
  • Working in the 21st Century
    You know what I like best about working with the technological resources we have now? It's the interconnectivity and flexibility, as well as the sheer amount of things you
  • Afternoon Storms
    For the last month or so, the late afternoons, before the onset of dusk, is usually time for heavy rainstorms. They're so heavy that sometimes, the hills in front of the a
  • Aragorn of Pals For Life Guild
    It's unknown to me who made this image, but everytime I look at it I have to at least stifle a laugh... because the way Aragorn rushes into combat almost without warning i
  • Arise, New Graphics Tablet!
    The other cool stuff I bought the same day I bought the table is this Wacom Graphire 3 graphics tablet. In fact, I've been wanting it for many years now that when I finall
  • Homemade Computer Generated Landscapes, You Ask?
    You've seen it in the movies and television. Camera swooping down on artificially-made terrain. The terrain resides in the mind of the computer, and so does the camera. If

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