Monday, January 16, 2006

Bellevue Linux Users Group home page: serving the Seattle area

Check out:
Bellevue Linux Users Group home page: serving the Seattle area

Among the many excellent links:

Linux and Unix commands index


Linux "How-To" Articles index

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Have a Mo-le-ski-ne Christ-mas!

Well, they seem Holly-Jolly to me.

Yes fans, this was a Moleskine (pronounced mol-a-skeen-a) Christmas, with one of the lovely little low-tech wonders going to one and all. If you too have caught the latest geek-lust and added this to your Holiday loot, or, if you are just hearing about these little marvels here and want to learn more, head here:


"Mo-le-ski-ne, Mo-le-ski-ne, Ohhhhhhhhh!

Have a Mo-le-ski-ne Christ-mas!

It's the the best gift of this year!

OH! By golly! Have Mo-le-ski-ne Chtist-mas, this year!"

Friday, January 13, 2006

Historical Perspective - Apple

Given the big news and interest in Apple, what with the new Intel-chips and all, I thought a this of interest.

Have you heard of Guy Kawasaki?
The first/best Mac Evangelist.

He has a blog:
Let the Good Times Roll by Guy Kawasaki

I will be checking back on this one.

Where I've been Lately

Cheat Sheet Roundup - Over 30 Cheatsheets for developers

A couple of the ones I have already checked out:

COMP118F03: Python Cheat Sheet

(These are mostly of interest to coders...)

Here is a more General-Interest one:

Google Guide Quick Reference: Google Advanced Operators (Cheat Sheet)


Wednesday, January 11, 2006


Think - LAN over the Internet.

Think - Zero-configuration VPN.

Think - Secure peer-to-peer.

Access computers remotely. Use Windows File Sharing. Play LAN games. Run private Web or FTP servers. Communicate directly. Stay connected.

If you need this, you need THIS:

With Hamachi you can organize two or more computers with an Internet connection into their own virtual network for direct secure communication.

Hamachi is fast, secure and simple. It is also free.