Tag Archives: desktop
Somewhat belated celebration of our latest release, but hey, I just wanted to see the release love continue to roll by on all the Planets. 🙂 Check out Dave’s release linkage for some bricks and whole bunch of bouquets. Definitely … Continue reading
If you haven’t celebrated New Year’s in Sydney, you haven’t celebrated New Year’s… and remember, kids, 2008 is the year of Linux on the des– kidding! Happy new year! Photo courtesy SMH. Click the image for more.
“No doubt you’ve heard the prediction before â€” ‘this is going to be the year of the Linux desktop’. At the risk of being repetitive, though, I’m going to go ahead and say it: 2008 really could be the year … Continue reading
Pia & Jeff say thank you to Daniel for Cheese! 🙂
A one month, world-wide celebration of GNOME’s tenth anniversary begins this week, culminating in mid-September with Software Freedom Day and the release of GNOME 2.20. During the celebration month, GNOME contributors will create a scrapbook wiki recording their ten year … Continue reading
“Software will increasingly compete on ease of use in the total software experience more than on features. The future will be more about being simple than about any other dimension. […] This is a classic case of experience changing perception … Continue reading
Shreyas noticed that the The 5th Wave’s June 17, 2007 strip includes a homage to GNOME! Rocking! Update: Melissa points out that UserFriendly was pretty awesome on the 17th too.
Steve Jobs’ vision for the web, rendered as a pie chart.
Leopard’s Safari on Windows? Really puts the cat among the foxes. 🙂