Danny is a senior at the University of North Texas who enjoys all aspects of open source software and Linux. He is also a contributor for the Fedora Project. You can check out his personal website or follow his Twitter account here.
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Danny's Latest Posts
“That’s it! I’m deleting my Facebook today.” Have you ever said that? It might be time to reconsider.
One moment you’re absolutely dominating in your online game while downloading some movies (legally, of course), and the next moment you can barely load a simple web page. What gives?
Linux gaming has recently seen an increase in popular titles, but that doesn’t mean that it didn’t have good games before the arrival of Steam. Nexuiz is one of several such titles that remains a popular game to play on Linux for both old and new users.
Most Linux distributions are designed for productive work. This isn’t one of them. Hybryde Linux isn’t meant for actual work: instead, it wants to allow the user to see which desktop environment they like best. This is useful, because there are many desktop environments. Hybreyde is intended mostly for testing: developers recommend that you don’t install […]
We were lucky enough to get a pair of Google Glass to review, and we’re giving it away!
Smartphones are extremely capable, but the bloatware from their manufacturers and/or carriers limits them from their full potential. To get the absolute most out of your phone, you need one that can be easily flashed with a custom Android ROM or jailbroken for the case of iOS devices. Not every phone is made equally for […]
File browsing in a Linux terminal is alright, but it could be so much better. Midnight Commander is the program you’re looking for – it gives you a two-paned file browser that makes working in the terminal so much easier. And the best part? It’s simple to get and use. Getting Midnight Commander To install Midnight […]
Is the Linux port of Skype still a functional application, or is it in need of some tender loving care by its developers? Let’s take a look.
Not sure how you can take screenshots on your Android device? Let us count the ways.
Computers with Windows 8 preinstalled on them no longer have a BIOS — instead, they use what is called a UEFI, or “Unified Extensible Firmware Interface”. A UEFI is far more capable than an old BIOS, plus it helps keep your computer more secure. What Does UEFI Do? A UEFI can perform the same functions […]
The revolutionary and controversial method of payment has been making headlines. There are plenty of reasons why you might want to start performing transactions using Bitcoins. But first, you have to earn some for yourself.
If you use a spreadsheet application to crunch data, then custom scripts could be the master key. Start rolling with these excellent Google Spreadsheet scripts and make use of your data in new ways.
Do you want to send a file across the Internet to a friend or coworker? You’ll want to encrypt that file, but in the quickest and easiest way possible.
Samsung released the third generation of the Galaxy Note in October, updating the phablet with a larger screen and improved hardware.
You open up your Facebook or Twitter and see that this pretty girl has requested to follow you or be your friend. What could possibly go wrong? A lot.