Linux and open source software world has a well known, old and in tremendously slow steps developed media application: Amarok.Sometimes it happens that some open source applications, no matter how popular they are, get developed in a very slow pace, or even halted for a while. These developers often give their efforts in their spare … Continue reading Amarok is back to rock!
I consider it a surprise for myself, although the Linux distribution I'm showing here has been released in October last year, I haven't touched it until recently. I have set up the system a week ago. What a surprise indeed, after that!I haven't been much of a fan of Fedora in the past, there have … Continue reading Surprise of the new year in Linux
Most of you are probably Windows and Mac users, which is just a guess. Probably a good one.But, given that Linux, the free and open source alternative to commercial operating systems, is 30 years old this year, I'm sure you have heard of it in some extent and context. You might even have met one … Continue reading Linux grew up
And it always has been for me.In my entire life. Disclaimer: this post requires HEADPHONES, earphones.I love to listen to certain electronic music styles the most, but not exclusively. Deep house, trance and its sub-genres, house, but some of my playlists on Spotify and Apple Music contain Soul-R&B, pop, rock as well from the past. … Continue reading Music is Life
After going through a relatively shitty 2020, and '21 starting much better for us, we decided we are ready to do some more good in our society. In the province where we live. Giving not just our sympathies and likes and shares, and sometimes financial support, for animal rescue organizations, but to jump in and … Continue reading This year is about action