Tag: linux

Science presented in the media

Having just finished a paper on how the media presents scientific findings, I thought I would share it with the world. Basically, this is an anecdotal investigation which focuses on an article by John Cloud that can be found in the TIME Magazine issue from 28 January 2008. In case you don’t have access to …

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The red badge of courag…loserdom

Well everyone, I always said that I was a big nerd, and now it is official. I went and took the nerd quiz (which actually had some challenging questions), and this is the badge that I get to…errrrrr…ummmmmmm…proudly display: So, any time that you hear me complain about not having a significant other, please do …

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Just a little kernel humour

I don’t know if anyone other than Linux users / developers will appreciate this humour or not, but I thought it was hysterical. Two users on a forum were discussing some of the kernel configuration names. The first user asked a completely legitimate question: What is CONFIG_USB_MON? To which the second user responded: A Jamaican …

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