Alright, January is already almost over, so there's not much use in wishing my readers a happy new year, right? I wanted to have this month's blog post out much earlier and in fact wanted to write about a completely different topic. But after January 27th it was pretty obvious for me what I'd have to … Continue reading School, exams and… BSD!
2014 is nearly over and for the last post this year I have something special for you again. Last year I posted an interview with the EDE developer and I thought that another interview would conclude this year of blogging quite fine. In the previous post I reviewed Nanolinux (and two years ago XFDOS). Since … Continue reading An interview with the Nanolinux developer
Alright. I never expected to write about anything remotely "political" on my blog... It's about technical things, right? Ok, ok, free software is "political" all by itself. Kind of. But that's about it. While at times I'm really sick of what happens on the world, that doesn't fit well on a blog about computer topics. … Continue reading Craven New World – or how to ruin the net
Welcome back! Where was I? Right... Windows XP. Windows XP When I first saw it, I just thought: "You've got to be kidding!" What was this? A blue task bar with a green start button and a terribly colorful background! I still recall what came to my mind next: "Don't do drugs, man!" Of course, … Continue reading First things first – how I came to Linux (pt. 2)
This is something personal. Why to read this entry? Well, reading a bit about my experiences with computers will give you an idea of what I'm interested in and which direction things are likely to take. Also you perhaps like a little nostalgic retrospect? If not, skip this. DOS My dad bought his first pc … Continue reading First things first – how I came to Linux (pt. 1)