For those who aren’t aware, Microsoft started a program through House Party to encourage people to throw Windows 7 House Parties … by giving them a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate Signature Edition … and a bunch of surplus stuff from Party City. Being a big Linux and open source advocate, I immediately saw this […]
Yearly Archives: 2009
Enjoy this epic video. HR1207 (“Audit The Fed”) now has 271 co-sponsors, including all House Republicans and nearly half of the House Democrats.
The following is a fairly comprehensive paper on the total tax burden to the average US taxpayer. This includes federal, state, local, and excise taxes. This is, in effect, a best case scenario for taxation. Bare that in mind when the numbers and figures start to hit you. Please note this work is licensed under […]
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First and foremost … a big thanks for the C4L members who setup and manned our booth at the event. There was a huge (42″?) TV/monitor with a Campaign for Liberty logo loop on it that really grabbed attention. The booth members ended up with a stack of signed HR1207 petitions probably 4″ thick. We […]
Finally! I’ve released a long overdue new episode of DistroCast, a podcast that is a humorous but honest look at Linux distros. This was a .5 episode, so we reviewed the T-Mobile G1, and let you know just what happened to SourceCast. Also, I’ve pushed tons of updates to ArchLinux out through AUR (ArchLinux User […]
Remember Rick Beltram? He was the county chairman of the Spartanburg, SC GOP. After the GOP Presidential Debate in Columbia, SC where Ron Paul had a memorable exchange with Rudy Giuliani about blowback, Rick Beltram said this: “He can stay home… The door’s closed for him.” * * [Source: http://www.goupstate.com/article/20070704/NEWS/707040336/-1/LIFE ] Well the Spartanburg County […]
The following is a fairly comprehensive paper on the total tax burden to the average US taxpayer. This includes federal, state, local, and excise taxes. This is as a whole a very conservative estimate, as people on the lowest end of the spectrum skew the average down with low taxation and receipt of financial aid. […]
Have a webcam or a TV tuner? Need to test it to make sure it’s working? Have some video files you want to combine? You’d be surprised what the command line tool cat can do. Test a webcam or TV Tuner: # cat /dev/v4l/video0 > /tmp/vidtest.mpg (Note, your device may be video1 or similar.) Wait […]
Here’s a flyer I created for the Southeast Linuxfest. It lists the speakers, and has pull tabs at the bottom. Enjoy! SELF Flyer PDF