It’s finally here, a document that will help us to define what Open Hardware is, and to spread the idea. Open Software have been around for a long time, Open Hardware is still beginning, but already have a really big community out there, including me. I will add the logo to my next projects for sure!
Now, to move forward, please HELP:
This is a very important step in propelling our movement forward. PLEASE FORWARD FAR AND WIDE.
The thing that made me buy mac is that it has a OS based on Unix, and programs like Photoshop and Microsoft Office (not a big OpenOffice fan yet). Like a good nerd, I can’t live without my beloved terminal, which makes my life easier. In this post I will show some commands so you can have fun on mac’s terminal. Hope you like it, and if you have any other ideas, please comment on the post!
1. Twitter Update
Nothing more geek than updating your twitter from terminal. Just change the user e pass from the pre. Way cool.
curl -u user:pass -d status="Tweeting from the shell" http://twitter.com/statuses/update.xml
2. Sing songs
Release your creativity, sing along.
sudo osascript -e 'say "Dum dum dum dum dum dum dum he he he ho ho ho fa lah lah lah lah lah lah fa lah full hoo hoo hoo" using "Cellos"'
Ubuntu is a very complete OS, especially the Gutsy Gibbon (7.10), but there are still make tweaks you can do just after installing it that will make Ubuntu shine like never. I will explain here some things I do just after have ubuntu installed. Remember that what I’ve written here are the best things to install for ME, you may consider not making some of them or installing many different things, but if so, please, share your wisdom with us all. 🙂
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After readying this great tutorial, of how to clone your HD using a mac, I decided to write one tutorial showing how to do this if you are a windows users.
Lately I’ve been quite angry with my windows. So here’s a very easy and fast way to restore your windows settings without having to reinstall windows all again.
Some weeks ago I bought a Nokia 6600 smart phone, great mobile with symbian OS. Since then I’ve been playing around with it and discovering how great this operational system is, BlueTooth, IR, Java and the MMC memory card. So I decided to write this article showing 7 cool things you can do with It.