- Computerworld & Australian internet filter proposal postponed: 0 reviews http://bit.ly/cyoWV9
- Who the hell is this Justin Bieber nobody?
- Warning: Why your Internet might fail on May 5 – Security – Technology – News – iTnews.com.au: 0 reviews http://bit.ly/ckLT8w
- @pctechauthority A 3D Dune film, can’t wait to see the wormsign, let alone the Worms. “The ‘Sleeper’ must awaken” in reply to pcauthority
- Mario and Princess Sex Tape – CollegeHumor video: 8 reviews http://bit.ly/d4rICT
Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) has been released.
- Boot speed: Noticeably quicker on almost any machine & super-fast on SSD-based machines such as netbooks.
- Social from the start: The new ‘Me Menu’ in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS consolidates the process of accessing & updating social networks including Facebook, Digg, & Twitter. The Me Menu also integrates chat channels so users can talk with friends or colleagues on Google Talk, MSN, IRC & nearly every network.
- Ubuntu One: Enhanced desktop integration for the online service means files & folders can be shared & saved on the cloud more easily. Bookmark & contacts sharing has been added, speeding the move from personal computer to personal computing.
- Ubuntu One Music Store: Music from the world’s largest labels & greatest bands available direct to Ubuntu users through the default music player. Purchase tracks, store in Ubuntu One & share DRM-free music from one location across multiple computers & devices.
- Ubuntu Software Centre 2.0: An easy way to find new software, & keep track of it once it’s installed in a new, sleeker interface. Users can also single out software provided by Ubuntu, by Canonical partners or by developers who use Canonical’s Launchpad Personal Package Archive (PPA) hosting service.
- Ubuntu 10.04 Netbook Edition (UNE): As well as benefiting from the improvements in the Desktop Edition, netbook users will see even faster boot speeds on SSD-based devices, faster suspend/resume that will extend battery life – & the industry-leading interface for these smaller screens.
For more details visit the Ubuntu site.
- Rudd retreats on web filter legislation | The Australian: 0 reviews http://bit.ly/cHR3H3
The default username and password for the Fuji Xerox DocuCentre 1085 is as follows:
When accessing the web interface of the Fuji Xerox DocuCentre 1085 f you attempt to change any settings you will be prompted for this username and password. The default that the copier is set to is in my experience not clearly identified in the manual.
- Completed the quiz, “Grand Theft Auto: Which Character are You?”, with the result Mallorie Bardas. http://bit.ly/dw5yhL #gta4
- Philip Nitschke warns of internet censorship of euthanasia information | Courier Mail: 0 reviews http://bit.ly/bhP0Db
- Imageshack – tidy.jpg: 0 reviews http://bit.ly/coJNcx
- RT @TechCrunch: AOL Sells Instant Messaging Service ICQ To DST For $187.5 Million – http://tcrn.ch/cCxP4v by @leenarao
- Government requests directed to Google and YouTube: 12 reviews http://bit.ly/bMK3si
HP and Palm have entered into an agreement where HP will purchase Palm for about USD$1.2 billion. As someone who owns a Palm phone I find it comforting that Palm will still exist and be able to support it’s products.
The default username and password for the Fuji Xerox DocuCentre-III 2007 is as follows:
When accessing the web interface of the Fuji Xerox DocuCentre-III 2007 if you attempt to change any settings you will be prompted for this username and password. The default that the copier is set to is in my experience not clearly identified in the manual.
When accessing the administrator menus on the copier the code 11111 is used.