Linked by Howard Fosdick on Tue 15th Jun 2010 21:06 UTC
Linux All of us who use computers create a problem we rarely consider. How do we dispose of them? This is no small concern. Estimates put the number of personal computers in use world-wide today at about one billion. The average lifespan of a personal computer is only two to five years. We can expect a tidal wave of computers ready for disposal shortly, and this number will only increase. And as if that isn't challenge enough, there are already several hundred million computers out-of-service, sitting in attics and basements and garages, awaiting disposal.
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noirpool
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2009-09-09

Oops. Sorry. I *DID* forget about WebPositive!

A very, very good application.

The main problem with using Haiku on the web will probably be Flash, but we do have Steve Jobs and the iPad many thanks for the assist here.

..and yes. I did mean 256M to 512M (not K).

Edited 2010-06-15 23:07 UTC

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