Posts Tagged ‘open source’

Synergy – The Virtual KVM (sort of)

uig-skye This afternoon (last Thursday by the time this actually goes live) one of my clients introduced me to Synergy.  This is one of the coolest tools I’ve seen since VNC.

Now, to be honest, this tool isn’t for everyone.  But if you have multiple computers set up around you, you’re gonna love Synergy.

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I’ve been using GIMP as my image editor of choice for several years now.  I would use Adobe PhotoShop or Adobe Elements, but for the number of times I actually need a photo editor each year, I can’t see paying for an editor.

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Sun Micro Buying MySQL?

This just in.  According to the Wall Street Journal Sun Microsystems, Inc. has agreed to buy MySQL (the company).  What’s up with that?

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