Say hello to the Eee PC, a tiny Linux-powered laptop from ASUS...
We've just got hold of one here in the office -- and we'll have an exhaustive review in LXF 101! In the meantime, the specs:
Looking at the marketing for Windows Vista and Mac OS X 10.5, I feel that I'm falling behind with MikeOS. After all, it seems that you can tout any minuscule change as a revolutionary enhancement nowadays. Microsoft has 100 Reasons You'll Be Speechless with Vista, including miracles like this:
63. Help is always available
You may have noticed I've been relatively quiet for the past few months, and it's true: my mind has been focused elsewhere, but now that's starting to lull a little I have some time to update you all with my workings for the past coupla months.
It's only Tuesday, but we've had two very productive days at LXF Towers. Nick has advanced beyond the stage of normal vision:
Any guesses as to Nick's evil plans here? All will be revealed in LXF99!
Meanwhile, we've been taken in by the McDonald's two-for-one offer on Big Macs. Hudzilla and PC Format discmeister Jeremy have created the Monster Mac, a towering burger built from two individual Macs:
I haven't blogged in a while, largely because I've been sucked into a number of projects that demand most of my attention. But I do want to query something: are there just a million morons called Paul Hudson, or is there a new kind of spam around?
38 issues ago, I did a Rapunzel from LXF Towers – climbed down my golden tresses and toddled off to be Editor of a whole bunch of Future Publishing’s Special Projects, including the Adobe Photoshop Focus Guide for a year and a bit, among other hair-raising adventures, more of which another time.
So what’s different in LXF97 from November 2004’s LXF59?