Pedro twittered about the Spykee Wifi Robot. Seems cool. But this one runs Linux with the help of a Linksys WRT54GL. Awesome.
Do you think your hardware is bullet-proof ? Well, think again.
A must read on Seth’s Blog: If you spend more than a quarter of a billion dollars on an ad campaign for a tech company, people will talk about it. If you give Jerry Seinfeld, the most famous comedian ever, $10 million to be in a few of the commercials you do, people will talk
Imagens fantásticas dos Jogos Paraolímpicos de 2008. Respect.
Hoje é dia 11 de Setembro.
Finally had the time to upgrade my Macbook to Leopard. The fun part is, for some unexpected reasons, I’ve installed it from a special partition on my iPod 2G with the Firewire Boot. Groovie. As I’ve expected, I’m using Spaces a lot. Stacks also turned very handy to me. Time to buy lot’s of storage
After dropping the support of Xen for RHEL (well, not really, they will still support it, but not as passionate as it was in the past), RedHat buys Qumranet (KVM) and becomes a new player on the virtualization market, specially with Virtual Desktops (watch SPICE). As a sidenote, I’m a very big fan of KVM.
A bad day is always a bad day when you’re editing a wiki page, your macbook freezes, you realize that you lost more than 1 hour of work (no auto-save the preview on the mediawiki) and you end up doing grep and strings on /private/var/vm/sleepimage after successfully put the goddamn mac on sleep just before