- Bring-A-Box, Saturday 13th February 2016, Merstham(Bring-A-Box Meeting)(4 days)
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The post Nom nom. #chocolate #hotelchocolat #spoilt #restraint #temptation appeared first on life at warp.
I first wrote about the difficulties of submitting a UK self-assessment tax return back in January 2009, with a follow up in January of 2010. In the subsequent years I have submitted my tax return under Windows with nary a thought about attempting it under Linux.
This year was different, I went to download TaxCalc as usual, only this time there was a Linux option. I barely noticed at first, downloading the Windows version before I thought "Hang on, did that say Linux?". It did indeed.
Despite the fact that I do have a Windows PC now, as well as a...
The post My first #linux mag. May 2000. #career #tech #computer appeared first on life at warp.
#lastfm tells me I’m a good fit from DnBHeaven. Luckily, I love DnB, so this
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Modern consumerism: using HD YouTube reviews of 4K TVs to help choose.
As it is, my vote went with Samsung this time around. Sorry Panasonic/Sony/etc…
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Really love the #LibreOffice 5 #UI. So clean. http://www.libreoffice.org/
The community has done a great job on this wonderful, #free, #opensource software.
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Low oil prices may be living on borrowed time flip.it/BgaHz
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At home we have an HP OfficeJet J6410 printer, which has worked brilliantly for years. Unlike every previous printer we've owned, this printer sits happily on our network and seems perfectly content to be used only very occasionally, whereon it willingly responds with decent quality prints and scans.
I have set up the printer with a static IP address and so the scanning is managed via the web interface http://192.168.0.100/webScan, whereon the scanned image opens a new tab in the browser, enabling you to save to wherever.
This printing and scanning Nirvana hit a road bump today, when it just instantly went to "Scan done" and failed to actually do anything. Rebooting the laptop, the printer and clearing temporary internet files all failed to resolve the...