I’m working on living in Linux full time again. This time it’s with Debian 6 (version 6.0.3 at the time of this writing). In Ubuntu I would always change the terminal size to a larger size so I could see more text. Debian 6 doesn’t have the same profile settings in gnome-terminal as Ubuntu does. After a little bit of searching I found my answer on the page below from code(alpha).
With the release of Team Fortress 2 as a Free-2-Play game, Valve Software is in the process of releasing the Source SDK for free as well. from RockPaperShotgu.com.
The Source Software Development Kit, for those of you who’ve never clicked the Tools tab in Steam, contains everything you’d need to make a mod, except for personal ambition. It has everything from the infamous Valve Hammer Editor to Face Posers and Model Viewers. At the moment, to gain access to the Source SDK you have to purchase a Source based game such as Half Life 2, or as the official website states, Team Fortress 2. Which is of course now free.
I recently downloaded TF2 when I noticed that it was free. This is a fun game and I am thoroughly enjoying it. Some mods are even available for it on different servers in the In-Game Server Browser.
I got hooked on Torchwood last year after hearing about the spinoff from Doctor Who. I just heard (via Slice of Sci-Fi) that a trailer has been released. This season will consist of 10 episodes beginning on July 8, 2011. I can’t wait. On to trailer goodness.
I recently started using TeamSpeak3 to connect with some other computer techs on the internet. TeamSpeak is a voice chat system similar to what Skype does. One feature that was making it hard for me to hear people was the On Join and On Disconnect sounds that would occur when someone joined or left the channel. I did some testing and found the settings to disable them.
John Wilkerson has started a challenge called the Geek Advent Challenge. In order to help him write more on his blogs, he has offered a challenge to write daily posts for the 25 days of advent. I only became aware of this challenge on Dec. 4 so I have to create a few more posts to catch up.
I think I will the rules he set out.
Not to difficult except for the fact that the only time I have to write is just before bed. I also added one level of complexity. I’m also doing this challenge on my after hours computer site at Will The Computer Guy.com. On that site I will try to keep the posts tech related so as to keep with the theme of the site. Computer repair, tech news, tech ideas, etc.
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Have you ever wondered how you get started with Internet Marketing? Well, you could shell out $2000+ for any of the online courses. Or you could search for some of the $47 ebooks and hope that it will help you out since you can’t skim through it ahead of purchasing.
Or you could look for some of the master Internet Marketers and find out what they are doing.
In recent months I signed up for any list that any Internet Marketer had on their site. I wanted as much information about this process as possible. One interesting fact though. Most of these Internet Marketers seem to be selling products that teach you how to do it, but, as with the ebooks, don’t let you see a bit of how and what it is they do. There are a few exceptions. Today I’ll talk about one that I followed around the past couple of weeks.
Howie Schwartz, who is most known for his Howie’s Apprentice program.
In July 2009, Howie created a challenge called IM Remarkable. It is hosted at http://www.imremarkable.com. Sign up on the list and you will get access to a PDF on Niche Sites. Make a comment on the very first post (at the bottom of the main blog page) and you will get an addition 10 niche sites in a nice, and neat PDF.
The IM Remarkable Challenge is what I am going to start this weekend coming. In 10 days, Howie’s program had people doing crazy Internet Marketing. Again, this is FREE (as in free soda) information to you. He is giving tips on Keyword Research, Narrowing Your Market, and other tips to get you started.
I gain nothing from having you sign up here as the main program is currently closed. So go for it. Try out Howie’s IM Remarkable, and leave a comment here if you start it. It doesn’t matter what year you find this post. I found Howie’s post almost a year past when he started the program.