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Bass Bass Knows the way the wind is flowing.
  • Ebola spreads to USA


    My concern is it spreads to the wildlife and becomes endemic.

  • Night at Central

  • Night at Central

    "Do you hear the people sing" banners, cool. :) I actually envy you cheong, protests are some of the awesome things to be part of, you will remember it your entire life.


  • Night at Central

    The makeshift umbrella tent thing is kinda interesting. How about an umbrella city (umbrella rooms, etc)?, or a competition on who can make the coolest umbrella tent. :)

  • It's called...

    , kettch wrote


    Well, they've pretty much thrown down the glove when it comes to feedback. It's certainly a 180° from where they were just a few months ago.


    Asking other people to modify stuff for me isn't how I roll. :)  If it's something I'd care to be reproduceable, I would hack together a script to do it.

  • It's called...

    So I tried, but I can't think of anything wrong with what they added. Overall I think this is a substantial improvement over the previous version of Windows. With some modifications I can see using it as my main home OS.

  • It's called...

    , brian.​shapiro wrote


    They've been available in Windows too just not baked into the OS.

    They are very core to how many people use Linux desktops, eg. Xorg was built with "app streaming" in mind from the 80s and it's not uncommon to have a server running apps shared across many desktops.

    Virtual desktops are kinda out of vogue, and advanced tiling window management (eg. awesome) for more professional/power users and OS X-style interfaces (eg. Gnome3, Unity) for beginners are common. Awesome has a very, very large learning curve but it is probably the most productive window manager I've ever used.

  • It's called...

    , cbae wrote

    Are they trying to copy OSX?

    Tiling window management, remote GUI applications, and virtual desktops are things I've been using on Linux since before OS X existed.

  • Night at Central

    I have a feeling this will end up as Tienanmen Square 2.0.

  • Chromebook Killer?

    Not bad. Something I'd consider buying If it can run Linux (bonus points for Wayland support) and comes in silver.