Al-Qaeda ‘blames Blair for bombs’

by oneafrikan on August 4, 2005

_ BBC NEWS | UK | Al-Qaeda ‘blames Blair for bombs’ “If you continue the same policy of aggression against Muslims, God willing, you will see the horror that will make you forget what you had seen in Vietnam.” Doesn’t (…)

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MediaWIKI packages for Ubuntu

by oneafrikan on August 4, 2005

_ MediaWiki packages available since i need mediawiki packages for edubuntu real soon and neither debian nor ubuntu have them yet, i packaged medaiwiki myself. I’ve installed MediaWIKI as a wiki for myself, and found the install pretty easy. Learning (…)

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New London Taxi livery for South Africa

by oneafrikan on August 4, 2005

There are a bunch of new designs for the South African London taxis, which can be seen on the South African Diaspora site. These ones are my favourites: Not sure about the Bus one, nor the Jaguar one – think (…)

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Ubuntu Bug #1

by oneafrikan on August 3, 2005

Got your sense of humour hat on? _ Microsoft has a majority market share in the new desktop PC marketplace. This is a bug, which Ubuntu is designed to fix. All I can do is ;-) Tag: ubuntulinux

Ubuntu roundup

by oneafrikan on August 3, 2005

_ Joi Ito installs Ubuntu on a ThinkPad: I bought a discounted IBM T42 ThinkPad and installed Ubuntu on it. I decided that I would try to get switched over to Linux (for now) before I headed off to OSCON (…)

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Wikipedia: The Book Stops Here

by oneafrikan on August 3, 2005

_ Wired 13.03: The Book Stops Here Van Doren warned not that encyclopedias of his day lacked credibility, but that they lacked vitality. “The tone of American encyclopedias is often fiercely inhuman,” he wrote. “It appears to be the wish (…)

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Reading News the GTD way in Outlook

by oneafrikan on August 2, 2005

Thanks to Lifehacker, I came accross this post about how to maximise News reading, while processing News coincidentally. My situation is different in that I’m using an Outlook/Newsgator/Firefox combo. I’ve been using GTD for just over a year now, and (…)

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