Tag Archives: Ubuntu

Project FrankenMac Needs Your Help!

Now that I’ve replaced my MacBook with a lean, mean, Linux netbook machine the next step in my open-source assimilation is to install some kind of Linux on my two year-old Mac Pro.

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Evolution – The Default Email Client for Ubuntu

Just as I’ve spent a lot of time at this humble WordPress address finding the perfect PIM 2.0 client, my previous blog had a fair amount of space devoted to traditional offline email clients. I’ve got email archives dating back … Continue reading

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May Day (My First Day with Linux)

It’s an odd coincidence that I chose to make free open-source software my primary notebook OS on International Worker’s Day, but that’s how it went down when I migrated my calendar, contracts and email to Easy Peasy 1.1 on my … Continue reading

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Linux: Access as well as Openness

Today I thought I’d share a stellar bit of customer service, courtesy of the Easy Peasy IRC channel. If you didn’t know, Easy Peasy is an Ubuntu-based Linux OS optimized for Netbooks like my new Eee PC. This particular Linux … Continue reading

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