Monday, February 07, 2005 Technology News Site Launched

February 7th, 2005 - All Things Digital. News. Now.

Among the first daily news sites to utilize the RSS news feed system, officially launched today. The technology news website features daily newsfeeds from topics ranging from linux consulting to broadband internet and web hosting. Information technology professionals, software and network engineers, web developers and web designers and internet / web marketing specialists will find relevant, daily news on all the industries that touch computers and information technology.

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Saturday, February 05, 2005

Linux Breathes New Life Into Old Hardware

Recycling old hardware and making use of those CPU cycles once again.

Linux has long been great for making old hardware useful again. I've taken 3 pentium II class machines, each with ~ 5 GB hard drives, and installed Fedora Core 1 Linux on them. Installation was easy in all 3 cases, and now these machines continuously monitor several websites and other network resources such as email addresses, and post updates to websites if predetermined conditions should arise.

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I use a General Electric Ionizing air filter to minimize dust and dirt near the machines. In the future, I'd like to have Linux running on machines that consume much less energy, but purchasing hardware is currently not an option -- which takes me back to the theme of Linux resurrecting old hardware.

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Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Linux Technology Powers News Service


February 2nd, 2005
Joel B. Dalley is a managed, integrated and customized news feed service for webmasters and web authors. The technology behind is Linux, Apache, XML and Perl. All open standards and favorites among open source software developers. Customers who subscribe enjoy fresh, daily topic news content on their websites, an XML feed, and several other features helpful in generated more website traffic and increasing the "stickyness" of a website.

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