Ubuntu 7

The latest version of Ubuntu Linux has hit the streets. If you’re new to Linux, this particular distribution is one of the most user-friendly ones. You can even experiment with it without actually installing it! All you need to do is get your hands on the CD, put it in your computer, and boot from […]

Thunderbird 2.0 Officially Launched

A little bird (also known as Lifehacker) whispered some delightful news in my ear this morning. It said that Thunderbird 2.0 had officially hit the streets! We let you know of the deployment of Thunderbird 2.0’s release candidate 1 not too long ago, but this is different. This is the real deal. All Thunderbird users […]

Ctrl + Alt + Del: The History

Here’s a short video in which David Bradley, the original inventor of Ctrl + Alt + Del, explains why this particular combination of keys came into existence. He then goes on about how someone we all know very well helped popularize the command. This keyboard combination was implemented by David Bradley, a designer of the […]

12 Ways to Be A Security Idiot

Jim Rapoza, Chief Technology Analyst for eWeek, has just pubbed a funny, illustrated list (in the form of a slideshow) of things you can do to turn yourself into a complete, attachment-opening, virus-downloading idiot. Uh-oh, it looks like something is wrong with your PayPal account. It’s a little strange that this e-mail doesn’t use your […]