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Month: February 2010

Snow Leopard to Linux Samba share woes

It has almost been two months since I got my first MacBook Pro. I couldn’t have been more happier with anything else other than my Mac. With its 2.53 Intel Core Duo processor, 4 GB DD3 RAM, and *NIX like Terminal feel – all my processing and personal needs were no longer  a cause for concern. For the first time  since  my IBM 386SX, I truly felt safe and taken care of.

Snow Leopard
My desktop

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Growing plants from seeds using a DIY mini-greenhouse

For first time gardeners, the prospect of growing plants from seeds is a very exciting, but albeit intimidating undertaking. The factors that affect seed development, are all so strange and esoteric that  at times they seem magical. But unlike our precursors, who attributed intelligence to the grace of the stars or the gods, we have a major advantage, a limitless resource — The Internet.

Chinese Cabbage seedling
Chinese Cabbage seedling

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