Moovida is a media center with a smooth and slick interface, and I really liked it when I reviewed it a couple weeks ago. Moovida now has a plugin for Jamendo, the music 2.0 platform with all of their music under the Creative Commons umbrella of licenses. The interface is strictly a streaming service for [...]
For those who don’t know, the primary part of the Neuros Link is the Neuros.TV website that helps you find content on your Neuros Link from the web. Well, Joe has let me know that you are not just stuck with whatever Neuros and their hackers will give you. Now if you know of a [...]
Joe Born has posted the first bounties for the Neuros Link. The first bounty is $2500 for getting Netflix working directly on the Neuros Link, or $500 when working through a intermediary PC. This bounty has some stipulations: The programmer must beat Boxee, Ubuntu or Netflix themselves with the functionality. All of these people are [...]
As we prepare to give thanks for all the things we’ve been blessed with over the past year and eat a bunch of food, I was thinking of one thing I am most certainly thankful for and that’s Open Source Software. Without it, I could not be writing this post as we are a user [...]
Still being very geeked about the announcement from Neuros, at lunch I was perusing the forums on the Neuros site and discovered just how hackable the Neuros Link will be. The answer is: VERY The Neuros Link is running Ubuntu 8.10 according to Joe Born’s post in the forum and the specs page. That means [...]
Christmas is fast approaching and we all need ideas for our geeky (and not so geeky) friends and family. Here are my top ten reasons why a Neuros OSD would be a good gift for your geek.
It’s hard to believe that a year has gone by. A lot has happened in the Linux world. While the economy is in the crapper, Linux is growing in both the easy of use and the strength of its community. Ubuntu was at the show this year and had machines from System 76 showing off [...]