I really liked Ian’s post “Virtual Desktop 101” – there are tonnes of implications in all this desktop virtualisaton technology for the client developer (particularly the client developer who’s expecting a decent graphics card and that is likely to include the HTML5 developer in the not-so-distant future).
When I get a new laptop (or any PC) if it comes pre-loaded with software then I wipe it and start again as, generally, you can get stuck with what now seem to be called (cr)applets from someone who pre-installed the OS for you. When I got my OS up and running on my Lenovo … Continue reading WPF and Lenovo
I seem to be working my way down Cnet's review of PC speakers. In my office, I have these; which I've had for quite a long time and really like and I just got myself a set of these below to attach to the Media Center ( deliberately trying to avoid ending up with a … Continue reading PC Speakers