Archive for February, 2011

It’s been about a week now since I have been using Superious.  It’s a 3rd party Android app that is a ‘replacement’ for the Android Posterous app.  I am happy to report that Superious is working well and I have had no problems with it.

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I made a ringtone out of the Zombie Love Song.enjoy!

I am looking forward to a release candidate of Haiku. It is not based on Linux but rather implements BeOS for a supposedly better end-user experience.

Amplify’d from www.haiku-os.org


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Haiku is an open source operating system currently in development that specifically targets personal computing. Inspired by the Be Operating System, Haiku aims to become a fast, efficient, simple to use, easy to learn and yet very powerful system for computer users of all levels.

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The key highlights that distinguish Haiku from other operating systems include:

  • Specific focus on personal computing
  • Custom kernel designed for responsiveness
  • Fully threaded design for great efficiency with multi-processor/core CPUs
  • Rich OO API for faster development
  • Database-like file system (OpenBFS) with support for indexed metadata
  • Unified, cohesive interface

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Here’s a couple of new web browser reviews for your sleeping enjoyment!

Okay no more triple Tweets and missing Identi.ca..life is good.  All is now consolidated and I can now be rid of the albatross hanging from my neck, affectionately known as Flock.

Okay I got those pesky multiposting issues taken care of that was plaguing Twitter..i.e. the 3 times posted everything lol.  Now I’m still trying to solve the issue of posting to Identi.ca..which apparently hasn’t been posting anything at all from the service I used to use to post to it, Ping.fm.  Now I have Amplify and Ping.fm set to post to Identi.ca and still nothing.  No wonder I never had any comments from it 😀
At this time, not sure if it’s a problem with the API or what.  On a side note, I’ve been thinking about purchasing a new domain for all my ‘non-Linux’ content

last one tonight

Posted: February 22, 2011 in Random Techie Ponderings

final test post tonight, hopefully this works, no more triple tweets and missing identi.ca