Posts Tagged ‘RDP’

It’s been a week since I wrote about my first impressions, so here’s an update. Nothing about those first impressions has changed, but I’ve learned and tried a few more things. Planet App Launcher There’s a Planet button to the left of the space bar that brings up a customisable app launcher, and it’s pretty […]

I got my Chromebook a week ago, so it’s time to reflect on my experiences so far (beyond my initial first impressions). The good parts Blogging – it’s pretty much a perfect blogging tool, and I’ve managed to get a lot of posts done in the past week. The holiday may have had something to […]

I’ve been without a laptop for a few weeks[1], and whilst tablets are fine for consumption and the occasional comment I’ve missed having a keyboard for proper creative work. I’ve been tempted by Lenovo’s Black Friday sale for the X230[2], various Ultrabooks and Netbooks[3], but by the time I’d got an SSD[4] I’d be looking at £400-£500. […]

In part 1 I went through setting up an SSH tunnel, and waking up machines on the home network. In this part I’ll run through how to use various protocols and clients to connect to machines on the home network. SSH tunnels on PuTTY SSH lets you tunnel many other protocols through it (using a […]

If you don’t already know what Raspberry Pi is then take a look at the Wikipedia entry and their web site. Their mission to recreate the experiences of 8 bit computing that shaped the lives and careers of my generation is laudable, and I’m sure they will achieve great success. That’s just the start though. […]