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Lady fi5e hooked me up with this early b-day present last night. The Nokia N810 is an internet tablet device that that runs exclusively in Linux. Besides Mozilla based email and internet (which come installed by default) it’s been really easy to get things like ssh, mPlayer, Tor, Add Block, and Skype up and running (really good link on that here). Looking forward to messing around with this thing and cranking my nerd meter up a couple of clicks.
“Wow, that’s really unfortunate. I remember when he did this before. It’s not good for anybody, especially our country.” (NY Times).
~Hilary Clinton on Ralph Nader
“I will receive no money from commercial interests or political action groups.” (Meet The Press).
(Let the negative comments begin.)
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