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Google Music

My Nexus 4 and 7 devices don’t ship with an old school MP3 player anymore. After trying lots and lots of players (all of which I didn’t like), I ended up with Google Music, which is pre-installed on all Nexus … Continue reading

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Your Quick Guide to Promoting Technology

So you found an awesome new technology and it changed your life. Two weeks in and it feels like you’ve been taken from stone age to space age. Good for you, but better still if you can help others see … Continue reading

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Upgrading my Eee PC to Ubuntu 12.10

I did it again. Upgrade Ubuntu right after a release despite all the problems I had in the past. But this time, after almost four weeks of working with Ubuntu 12.10 on my Asus Eee PC 1000HE, I’m confident that … Continue reading

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Review: Computing for Data Analysis

My first contact with the R programming language has been in the Statistics One course I took in September. But since the things we did there with R only scratched the surface, I joined Coursera’s Computing for Data Analysis course … Continue reading

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Review: Statistics One

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are all the rage these days, so I decided to try one out of curiosity. My choice was Coursera’s Statistics One, a six week course taught by Andrew Conway, a psychology professor from Princeton University. … Continue reading

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Ubuntu 12.04 on my Dell Precision M65

After upgrading my Eee PC to Ubuntu 12.04 “Precise Pangolin”, I also upgraded my Dell Precision M65 notebook. Like with my Eee PC, in previous versions little worked: Unreliable suspend, no hibernate, no WiFi, and frequent X freezes. This time … Continue reading

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Upgrading my Eee PC to Ubuntu 12.04

Last weekend I did the most stupid thing you can do when a new version of Ubuntu is released: upgrade. At least until things have calmed down a bit. Anyway, I didn’t have much to lose, as things have been … Continue reading

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Hudson vs. Jenkins Revisited

When the Hudson/Jenkins fork was announced earlier this year, the case seemed pretty clear. There were heroes from the Open Source community, among them Hudson’s original author, and there was everybody’s favorite villain, Oracle. Back in February, I would have … Continue reading

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