Monthly Archives: February 2014

Sightless Touchscreens

I’ve mentioned before how replacing normal, tactile controls with those on a touchscreen doesn’t work well because the tactile, position context portion is lost.  Matthaeus Krenn is experimenting with the idea of making a touchscreen ‘contextless’. It’s a sightly different take … Continue reading

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(Sometimes) You DO Need to Defragment Linux File Systems

I’m getting rather tired of the whole ‘article of faith’ from many Linux folk (both users and developers) who maintain that you don’t need to defragment Linux file systems. People have taken “there aren’t many times you do need to defragment” … Continue reading

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