Tag Archives: gnu/linux

Linkblogging for 08/07/09

Now that the evil burning day-star is finally being chased away a bit the writers’ block of the last few weeks seems to be easing slightly for me. I’ll hopefully be reviewing Wednesday Comics tomorrow, doing a Spotify playlist on … Continue reading

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Liberal Democrat eCanvass – Web 0.2

I’ve been hearing a lot recently about how the party are using the web and e-campaigning to motivate the grassroots, so when I got an email today about how I could help in the local council by-election, I was interested … Continue reading

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Taking Liberties

The Carnival On Modern Liberty is an online ‘blog carnival’ – an attempt to engage the wider ‘blogosphere’ in debates about what freedom means, in the runup to the Convention on Modern Liberty. James Graham, of Quaequam Blog, is organising … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 07/12/08

Those of you who use GNU/Linux might be interested in instalinux.com, a site that lets you roll your own distro using just point-and-click, based on several popular distros. Looks like it’ll be very handy for creating ISO images of custom … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 21/11/08

Just a quick update tonight as I just got back from John Leech’s fundraising dinner and I’m exhausted after all the hobnobbing with Barons and MPs and councillors and the like (some of whom even had a clue who I … Continue reading

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