I was doing something useful and came across this application: BasKet Note Pads
This application provides as many baskets (drawers) as you wish; Several kinds of objects (texts, URLs, images,…) can be drag-n-drop’d into it.
I visited the website and had to give it a try. I love to organize things. And right now I feel like things are a little messy. I have emails, docs, things are a bit scattered.
I am trying this little KDE app. right now, and I am very happy.
I have a projects “basket” and will soon be adding a Django one. I have always wanted a quick place to put django snippets I use often enough to save and reuse, but haven’t found that magical place!
Listening to Christmas music via SHOUTcast on Chumby! Yeah for the holidays!
Posted in Linux, Ubuntu
Tagged kde, kubuntu
Taken from here.
1) sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread3/install-css.sh
2) In Kaffeine
Go to to Settings->xine Engine Parameters
Select “Media” section
Select the “Expert Options” tab
Find an option labelled “CSS decryption method”
Change setting from “key” to “title”.
It just works (after a few steps).
I returned home the other night and saw a brown shipping box. I tried to ignore it, but after getting home today, I decided to open it up.
- The packaging, the bags…wow. It had the feeling that Apple marketed this. The Chumby came in a burlap bag with draw strings on top
- Ken told me today that the speaker on it sounded good. I am listening to music off SHOUTcast right now and am very impressed! It sounds a lot better than the speakers in my LCD monitor.
- The look/feel/touch of the device. No cheap plastic or screws holding things together are visible.
I’m sure more will come, this is my initial impression.