Some previous episodes of Wine Library TV have aimed to help beginners (and even more experienced wine drinkers) better understand specific topics from the vast wine world. Below, we’ve unearthed the most educational episodes in which Gary has given it
Well the rumors have been floating around for a few days, and now we’ve gotten official word — in the form of the invite you see above — that Apple will be holding a “special event” on September 5th. Let the speculation begin!
Scheduled for release tomorrow is X.Org 7.3. Among the new features for X.Org 7.3 include the Xorg server 1.4, an application for adjusting a displays backlight, updated display drivers, and support for font catalog directories.
LinkedIn is smarter than a lot of people are currently giving them credit for. I can’t blame them for being caught off guard by Facebook suddenly going from a college student network to the next hot business trend with platform potential.
The summer is over, school is starting back up, the leaves are slowly beginning to change; it’s fall again and that means we’re in for an exciting selection of Oscar-bait and two more blockbuster seasons: Thanksgiving and Christmas.
I spend almost every waking moment in front of a computer. I’m what you might call an indoor enthusiast. I’ve been lucky because I haven’t experienced any kind of computer-related injury due to my prolonged use of computers, but it is a very real professi
An excellent feature of Beryl was the tray icon that allowed users to easily switch window managers and decorators. A similar icon for Compiz Fusion is now available but is not included in most repositories.
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