It's the end of a wonderful era. I'll miss you MAD.
The UNIX philosophy is alive and well. In fact, it's booming today!
Sorry GNU, it's just called Linux.
How pimping your ride became ricing your Linux desktop.
Seriously, how cool is a SPARC-based laptop from the 90s running Solaris?!?
We've finally got a desktop-centric Linux distribution that understands power user productivity needs!
Back in the 1990s we all knew that open source was the future of software. It wasn't long after that when this became *real* for me.
On a dare, I wrote a book called 'Escaping the Cult of Mac' and gave it away free on Github. It's seriously funny (and true).
Today marks the 35th anniversary of the Macintosh computer.
Tonight I did a presentation on how to use the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) now that it has matured somewhat. In this blog post, I’ll summarize the key parts of my presentation for anyone wishing to learn more about WSL!