Tuesday, July 19, 2011

July NEWLUG meeting: Google+

Here is the video from the July meeting of the Northeast Wisconsin Linux Users Group. The subject is Google+:

The slides (written by Vincent Wong) are available here.

Flow: ChromeOS on your own laptop hardware

An enterprising young programmer who goes by Hexxeh has packaged up a pretty straightforward way to run the Chromium OS (The Open Source version of Chrome OS) on your own laptop.  The site has packaged up a bootable USB image to allow you to try the OS on your laptop without having to mess around with your existing OS install.

Here is a video of an Eee PC loading Flow:

The website is http://chromeos.hexxeh.net/ -- check it out!

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Android running on a 32 inch multi-touch display

It is really cool that a company came up with this. Perhaps we'll see more of this in the future?

Sunday, July 3, 2011

WebOS developer tutorial videos: Give Enyo a try!

Youtube user natemcintyre was nice enough to post up some developer tutorial videos for webOS 3.0, as the 3.0 has recently been publicly released.

Check it out:

Retrode: access old game cartridges with current devices!

Check out this video about Retrode, which allows you to access video game cartridges and controllers via a USB interface. It is a textbook example of a hacker-friendly hardware:

Friday, July 1, 2011

Debian Linux on an Archos tablet!

Check out this video of Debian Linux being run from a Generation 8 Archos tablet (Archos 101 Internet Tablet):