Replaying the Genesis Shadowrun. Here I am about to jack in to a console. I forgot how hard it is to survive when you are a Decker.
Religious people feel so persecuted when you argue against their beliefs. I bet if religious persecution still existed widespread around the world, there would be less religious people. Admit it, you stick to religion because it is fashionable, easy, and convenient.
A shit ton of double entendre along with the free food. Even a man better than me will welcome the rest.
The glue that holds the show leaves. Now what, Ryan Scott?
Puppy Linux - It’s the little things
I just found out today that I can install Dropbox on my Puppy NOP USB thumb drive. Naturally, it is foolish to install Dropbox using a 1gb drive. So the next thing I needed to figure out was how to transfer my Puppy NOP install to a 4gb drive. I was pleasantly surprised that all I had to do was make my 4gb drive bootable and then just copy all the files from my previous drive to the new drive. That’s it. Everything was transferred including my customization and apps.
I’m just loving Puppy Linux more and more everyday. In fact, I have not booted into my Xubuntu for a few days now. All I need is my jump drive and Puppy NOP.
This is a great review of the new (actually the newest is Quirky Puppy) Puppy Linux, Precise Puppy. This review covers almost everything, but I’ll add some of the things I like about Precise in terms of my workflow.
So, just to recap, I installed Precise NOP on my 1GB USB thumb drive. I was happy with the distro out of the box. Everything worked—sound, Wi-Fi, the works.
The first thing I did was to install an SFS package of Chrome because that is my browser of choice. I can pretty much do my job 90% of the time in Chrome.
For office stuff, I simply fire up Google Docs and that’s it. Puppy NOP does not have a built-in Office suite, although you can easily add an SFS package of Libre Office, Open Office, or even MS Office (via WINE). That said, Google Docs was enough for me.
Puppy has a basic FTP app built-in, which is very convenient for my needs when I’m working on WHMs or CPs. For communication, I just install Skype. With email, the built-in Opera Mail is surprisingly light-weight and robust for my needs.
I just can’t say enough good things about Puppy Linux, especially Puppy NOP. I spend my work and leisure time in this OS and it has yet to fail me.
What I can suggest, however, is to give it your best shot. Do what you think is necessary for that plumb job. And if your bank account is empty, there’s no shame in doing something that makes money versus something that makes you happy. But always try your best to get that dream gig. Always give it your best shot. Who knows, you just might get lucky.
This line is exactly where I am now. Thank You.