On the 23rd, 24th and 25th I will be following this three day course in learning Apple’s Logic Pro. The Apple Premium Reseller I work for has giving me the oppertunity to participate in this course which will be meassured by an exam. I will be following in depth teaching about the following subjects: Working … More Logic Pro course with exam
Today was any other normal day for except the fact I attended a tech-series presentation. This presentation was organized by Apple to share knowledge and information about media and IT solutions. For some reason the whole evening made me realize what matters to me a lot and the feeling I forgot about. All of it … More Haven’t wrote in a while
It would be a nice idea to make a sticky out of this or an other well appreciated post already existing. I want to address something which, not only being considered useless by me, but also by many other community members.In a world of commercial software there is always competition and winning. That’s one of … More Stop comparing! You’re doing it all wrong
For many new users, Ubuntu Linux becomes a milestone to achieve. At first, beginning with the GNU/Linux distribution you might feel like your the only one. But as soon as you login for the first time all problems just fade away. You are thrilled you got (Ubuntu) Linux installed. And even if you encounter a … More Argumentations, don’t forget them.
On the same day I wrote my article called ‘Don’t even start about Microsoft,’ aysiu (member of the Ubuntuforums) also posted one. We didn’t knew about each others post. For me it’s a confirmation about a returning phenomenon. Flamebaits and troll-posts are being made by ‘heatseekers’ as I like to called them.These people like to … More That’s no coincidence
Computers, hardware, software and what not related to it can make people frustrated. It’s perfectly logical that if you are using the computer only a few hours a day for email and word processing you will never understand or be interested in knowing your system in depth. But these days switchers and dual-booters make it … More Don’t even start about Microsoft
A few years ago GNU/Linux distributions were still only for those who could handle. Users had to compile their own drivers and kernel. Applications which were available at that time weren’t real competitors with applications used under Windows. A lot of terminal work, terminal command skills and configuration editing was required. So it’s logical that … More Why Ubuntu Linux?