Saturday, April 11, 2009


Lol. Using my mom's Windows XP netbook with dad's Sprint Mobile Broadband card that his company gave him.
WHen I get a macbook I should see if Verizon has Mobile Broadband cards that work with Macs.
As of right now I have to be on Blogger on this computer since Mobile Blogger is screwing up on my phone.
Oh great now my parents are bealtching ( dont know how to spell it)
Evan (Unionhawk) and I are both in the car on our way to Florida.
Eventually I'm going to watch another movie on my netbook or CrapTop though.
Once again, YAY FOR DAD and his amazing company broadband card!

Friday, April 10, 2009

Dreaming of the future

I was daydreaming- like most people do these days- today and it just so seemed that I was on my netbook, thereby inspiring the thoughts of "What computers will I have?", "What OSes?", and "What would my lifestyle be?"
However, many teenagers who are freshmen like me or Sophomores in High School still seem to think or dream the same way.
However, I don't know much about Lifestyles so I just skipped to the more exciting part of the pondering thought.
SO, I- hopefully- imagined me having an iMac in my house as my main Desktop computer and then an old ThinkPad T40 that is either running Fedora 10+ or Linux XP. Next to that on the desk, as I recall from the thought, was a Macbook. The Macs I would use as my main computers while using the Linux one when I'm bored or if I feel the need to engage in my Software-Modding hobby a bit more.
Then, I would also have a Windows (shitty, I know) Desktop for those very few things that people require WIndows for in thier life- and finally the Acer Aspire One that I am typing on right now would hopefully still be with me. However, years have shown what can happen to a constantly-used computer.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Three overplayed songs I love anyway

Poker Face by Lady GaGa

Although random, very fun to listen to at times.

Professional Party People by Basshunter

Really good song, in terms of my appreciation for Dance

Diary of Jane by Breaking Benjamin

great song, although not recommended by some, it can be great English Class material

Here We Go!!!

Wow. I've been blogging a lot recently....
Oh well! It's great for your literary skills if you blog a lot, I heard. By the way, does anybody out there know about when the ModBooks (MacBook made tablet) are going to have actual keyboards? I'd love that.... If they were just like the Moeller High School tablets (Lenovo X61) then that would suffice my need for a keyboard.
Also, this post is mainly titled Here We Go because I'm listening to Professional Party People by Basshunter over and over again fo no reason whatsoever.

Internet issues

For some reason, the MacBooks at best Buy automatically go back to demo mode if you leave them how they are for too long..... therefore it was hard to sign into
Well, now that I know this, I'll probobly bring a netbook of mine and connect to thier wifi stream (or attack into it if encrypted) if I need to blog on the go.
I know that Mobile Blogger acts up whenever I do a long post from my phone via TXT however whenever I get on the internet from my phone, it works perfectly.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Live how you want

Remember everyone! What you do in high school effects your choices for college. I've seen come screwups, but make sure that YOU'RE not one of them. I'm pretty sure that 99% of all Moeller Grads are going to college. However, Lakota West OR East could be a different story.
Well, I hope for the best when I have a future life.
Hopefully I'll live in NYC or some big city that's awesome and have a macbook and hopefully be a designer.


GOOD JOB, DELL!!!! I mean, many people out there ho use Linux usually have a low budget like me, but making your ONLY XPS LAPTOP that supports Preinstalled Ubuntu very pricey (almost $1000+ at an OK configuration). I mean, ANYONE can get a Ubuntu, Fedora or openSUSE-equipped ThinkPad on eBay for around $400 or less and here one of the top computer-reselling companies out there is selling thier ONLY CD-drive equipped Linux Laptop for above the average Linux Computer cost. Then again..... has VERY pricey Linux-equipped laptops and CLAIM that they didn't purchase a Windows License.

Forced Learning

Sometimes I think that the stubborn people out there who only see a few good things in an OS and stick to it should just go back to school. In my perfect world, EVERYONE would know enough about computers to perform basic self-support and Electronics Companies would sell computers (that are over $150) for a minimum of $100 less than what they sell for today so everyone can afford one. Yes, I may sometimes be very ignorant of OTHER ignorant people, like obsessed windows-centric people, but at least me and a couple of my Linux followers have SEEN THE LIGHT in Linux (Fedora + Ubuntu) and Macs.

The world of underinformed computer users

It sometimes "urks" me that a lot of people out there are just soo- literally- retarded when it comes to computers. The many facts or opiinions that: 1. Many Acer Aspire One users don't know that they can use an external CD drive to install stuff 2. Many people who own Shitows(Windows) computers don't even know WHAT an operating system is. 3.Many Mac users are still rocking the PowerBook G4 and think it outperforms some of today's computers 4. WHY DO ALL THOSE UNDERINFORMED OBLIVIOUS IDIOTS OUT THERE NOT EVEN KNOW ABOUT LINUX? IT'S LINUX, MAC, AND WINDOWS- NOT JUST MAC AND WINDOWS!!! Linux gives the user freedom...

Tuesday, April 7, 2009


I love this blog:

Even though it was posted a long long time ago, the comments section totally supports my ideas on M$.
Why is it abbreviated as M$? Well, even though Apple makes thier computers very expensive, AT LEAST THEY'RE NOT CLOSED-SOURCE SHIT!!! Apple makes it easy to write code for thier OS and also include many applications that most Windows (also known as MicroShaft Shitows) computers are missing out on.
Linux, better yet, works on any system, supports millions of programs and can also out-do Microsoft in the area of a Developer Community!!!!
If you're more interested in Linux, look into Ubuntu or Fedora.
If you're an idiot who likes microsoft, go and get enslaved by B.G.'s super-controlled OS.


It keeps on snowing over here by Moeller on and off. First it starts THUNDERING DOWN SNOW andthen stops. The 2nd time, the white bliss slowly fills the skies and rains down like time has been slowed. HOWEVER, NOW IT IS WHIRLING DOWN through the clouds and still amazes me.

Monday, April 6, 2009


Grr. Why doesn't twitterfeed always work?


While many things out there may cost you a lot of money and in the end you STILL have to buy more software for it, Linux distrobutions are different. Some like Fedoraand Elive are a few that come with free Office software and many other applications.
However, I'm only describing it lightly.
There's soo much to talk about in soo little timethough.
(My left side of my spacebar is broken if you see bad spacing)
I have installed many Linux distros on my old Gateway 7405gx "CrapTop" but Linux Mint and Elive are the two est ones I've seen so far. By the way, for any of you who know nothing at all about Linux (Or Linus Torvalds, the creator) I must inform you that a Linux DISTRO(distrobution) is a full operating system. Since Linux is Open Source though, many distros with varying GUIs exist out there even though Ionly know a few of them.
Here, I'll list the very few I know of. Ubuntu, Kubuntu, nUbuntu, Xubuntu, Fedora, Red Hat, Elive, CentOS, Gentoo, Knoppix, Parsix, Linux Mint, Slackware, Damn Small Linux, Debian and PC_LINUX_OS.


Yay!! I can post to twitter through my blog!!