So, I’m typically very reserved about using under-supported software of any kind, and that includes anything coming from Debian’s “experimental/rc-buggy” branch. However, Iceweasel finally tempted me to cross the line.
Yesterday, Ubuntu 12.10 was officially released. I had upgraded my older Dell Latitude D610 from 12.04.1 to 12.10 Beta2, and was having graphics problems. Even after all the patches made for the final release, I was still having difficulties.
I recently finished reading Stewart Brand‘s book “The Clock of the Long Now: Time and Responsibility“. I saw it by change while perusing Waltham‘s Public Library, knew of Stewart’s work with The Clock of the Long Now and the Long Now Foundation‘s Seminars About Long-term Thinking, and decided to give it a read.
New England just got pummeled last night by a series of rare storms. Two confirmed tornadoes hit Springfield, Massachusetts area, with many unconfirmed reports from Massachusetts and Maine.