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Linux Alternatives For Windows Software

In my post about why I use Linux I had

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Video Game Name Generator

I found this site to be a little amusing, but

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Why I Use Linux?

I have a few friends as me why I use

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Facebook Locks Up Your Info. Even To You!

Facebook seems to have silently locked up everyone’s personal posts

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GoGoGeekBoy Gets a new Home

We have moved to a new host and server over the past week. The reasoning behind the move was simple. The host I had was too slow. I had my podcast site (VooDooRadio.org) hosted by them for over 6 years and in the last 4 I have been struggling to figure as to why there was a 6 second delay in every page request on the site. They could not answer me at all. At first they blamed WordPress plug-ins calling to external sources, which at the time sounded feasible, but then one day I tested an entry to just a static image on the server. My browser sat there in standby mode waiting for the page to resolve and after 6 seconds it came up. Then it was thought

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What the Humble Bundle has brought to me.

I’ve taken part in almost every Humble Bundle. Especially when it was called The Indie Humble Bundle But now just Humble (or Umble as the folks across the pond pronounce it). And I recently sat back and took list of all the items I have gotten out of this program. For those uninitiated to what the Humble Bundle is here’s a snippet from Wikipedia: The Humble Bundles (previously known as Humble Indie Bundles) are a series of collections (“bundles”) of video games, music albums or eBooks that are sold anddistributed online at a price determined by the purchaser. The bundles are typically offered on a semi-regular basis during a two-week period; sales often include bonus games or media offered mid-week through the sale for those that have already purchased the

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How To Dual Boot Windows 7 and Linux From Scratch

If you are not sure you want to take the Linux plunge (be it for gaming or propitiatory software you NEED to use under Windows). this little tutorial will show you how to start it all from scratch. Which means that all of your information MUST be backed up before you proceed. This is for those who want a clean slate to start with or have gotten a new HD with no operating system installed. I am personally trying to start a clean slate so without further ado… First we start with loading up Windows 7, so put your install CD in and hit space when it asks you to boot from CD or DVD. Follow through the beginning steps until you get to the screen that asks you where

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