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.