Scripting News produced by chain | Sun, 03/20/16 @ 05:38 am | 0 replies
I still have a few more scripts ill be adding to site that no one else may have but as long as the site is up and running i will continue.
chit chat produced by chain | Sun, 03/20/16 @ 05:32 am | 4 replies
Today I finally went to see Chatzinc and was quite impressed with the layout. they are working hard and doing a great job in making a good chat server, they have unicode nicks and best of all if your a huge fan of trivia well thats the biggest chat place that has a huge variety of triva rooms. they keep updating and continue to improve on the chat server. I like the fact that you dont need...
fedora produced by chain | Sat, 03/19/16 @ 02:58 pm | 0 replies
<br /> The Korora Linux desktop is a solid computing platform that's loaded with options to suit a wide range of user needs.<br /> Korora 23 final was released last month. It's a Fedora-based distribution featuring many user-friendly enhancements as well as a choice of five desktop environments. Fedora is the community version of Red Hat Linux Enterprise.<br /> Unless you are...
Apple produced by chain | Sat, 03/19/16 @ 02:54 pm | 0 replies
<br /> For Apple TV fans, the new Apple TV is the long-awaited upgrade we've been pining for, and while it's a welcome addition to my living room, I'm only half as impressed as I thought I would be. After spending some quality time -- and some not-so-quality time -- I'll share my experience, which, it turns out, all comes down to this:<br /> The new Apple TV is an excellent set-top...
Linux produced by chain | Sat, 03/19/16 @ 02:48 pm | 0 replies
<br /> The latest release of the Linux distro now called"Depth OS" deserves serious consideration. It is fast, reliable and innovative, with an impressive homegrown desktop design dubbed "Deepin Desktop Environment," or DDE.<br /> Depth OS has a bit of an identity problem. It's not well known outside Asia and Europe, but that's not the major cause of confusion.<br /> The problem...
FBI produced by chain | Sat, 03/19/16 @ 02:47 pm | 0 replies
<br /> The buzz surrounding the FBI's lawsuit to compel Apple to help it unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists increased on Tuesday, when NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden dismissed the agency's stance as "bullsh*t."<br /> <br /> He made the remark during a video conversation with Malkia Cyril, executive director of the Center for Media Justice, and Dan...