Darktable–A Game Changer

Just over a year ago I wrote a post for Matt Hartley’s FreedomPenguin.com where I expressed my opinion that Ubuntu would be in a better position for having a graphics suite. I stated that while Ubuntu does have some great graphics applications, it does not have a graphics suite. Gimp is supposedly a great editor,…

Check With The Man

I was recently listening to the Ubuntu Podcast.   The hosts did their usual great job and on the episode in question they were interviewing David Britton of the Ubuntu Server Team.  For years I’ve repurposed old computers to run as servers for various purposes in my home.  Ubuntu allows me to run the same…

FileZilla Reenters My Workflow

I recently acquired some old hardware and was working on giving it a purpose when I felt a particular set of problems could be solved by using a physical disc to install the operating system on one of the machines. So, I burned a DVD. This particular set of projects began in part with my…

The Project Quality Conundrum

In the early 1980’s the video games were seeing their first round of widespread acceptance.  The growth of a technology with such rich visual feedback had captured the attention of a wide range of investors and analysts.  It also caught the attention of visionary producers in other mediums among them Steven Spielberg and George Lucas….

A Step Closer to IPO

The rumors aren’t verified, but they’re not really hiding either. The tech press at ZDnet ran an article last year, and Bloomberg even noticed in December. Something’s brewing over at Canonical and the game just got another push forward. Canonical Ltd. is is a British company that creates the most popular server software in the…