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Wow, it’s been over a year and a half since I last posted on this blog! 2012 is almost over and now I notice! Well, it’s been a busy time is all the excuse I have to offer. There’s been … Continue reading
The Liquid Mountaineering campaign was one of 2010’s best online marketing gimmicks. It was well planned, and executed on a minimal budget, but its reach and effect were overwhelmingly impressive. Continue reading
This Post Discusses Why Everyone Needs A Linux CD In Their Lives
I’ve been asked way too many times, “Why Linux?” Like last week, I reached one of my clients offices and requested for a LAN cable to connect to the net. “Why?” inquired a colleague. “Well, cos I’ve just put in a new … Continue reading
As promised, we’re back with more about Arch Linux, for the curious albeit uninitiated. Continue reading
Bring your old computers back to life with Linux. Arch Linux is for intermediate Linux users who are familiar with open source methodologies and know to use the command line. Continue reading
To be green, you just have to be sensible about consumption. Just because you can, doesn’t mean you have to use some of the products in the market today. Continue reading
Green Life is this event I’m promoting. Since I’m currently green-brained and stuck on everything environment related, I thought it might be a good idea to write down my own green meanderings and experiments here.
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