[Chugalug] Falling in love again.... (with Linux)
willm.wade at gmail.com
Sat Sep 22 17:24:33 UTC 2012
Have you seen some of the stuff on Firefox OS/ Boot2Gecko? (
http://paulrouget.com/gaia/in FF) I have heard that it is super fast
even on slow phones.
Rasterman (http://www.rasterman.com), is the guy behind a lot of the
Enlightenment libraries. Amazing code he writes. The level of optimization
On Sat, Sep 22, 2012 at 1:03 PM, Mike Harrison <cluon at geeklabs.com> wrote:
> Which tablet and version of Android? I have a HP Touchpad with 4.0
>> (CynogenMod) that is nice. I wish it did
>> multiple windows something like WebOS did.
> I went for the Asus Transformer Infinity, with optional keyboard.
> It's got a stock ICS on it. (Had it a whole week)
> It was/is a splurge. partially for exploring current interface paradigms
> (buzzword alert) and specifically to retool some web tools / interfaces
> of mine to make them more tablet friendly. That is also in my list for
> this weekend.
> It also, for the Mac, using Air Display, give me a semi-portable dual-head
> setup. I'd like for it to work on Linux as well, but that's beyond my
> skills, or at least, my potential skills and time to invest in it.
> I'm a bit stuck in the old days, am using Pine (Alpine actually) to do
> email, but am trying to find value in the current gee-whiz level
> of Linux, Android, etc.. Some of it is awesome. Some of it is really
> clunky for me. The race to the bottom of the market has both helped and
> hurt usability and interface design. Especially if you are stuck in a
> convention of worrying about running programs and memory.
> Ed seeks and likes a weird advantage with some of the older hardware and
> OS's. It's possible to wrap your head around them. Almost grok the
> entire thing. Not as easy with the more complicated systems built upon
> layers and layers of kruft.
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