Got my tablet sorta-working in Linux.

I also finally got hugin installed on Gentoo! Hello wonderful world of panoramas! (Note: each ~2MB)


To create this panorama, I used 5 photos I had taken when I was at Granville Island, a long time ago, followed this tutorial, and used the following programs:

I’ve discovered I need a lot more memory.

In addition to all that crazy stuff, I finally tried out f-spot, watched 2001: A Space Odyssey, and made this post using BloGTK. f-spot is pretty nice, but it’s definitely still alpha. 2001 was really, really, really, incredibly slow. Plus, I had to watch a 15 minute flash summary that fully explained the movie to me, afterwards. All that work, and I’m spent. Now, go watch some flash videos of doing stuff on Linux. 🙂

Shit. I got school tomorrow. 🙁

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7 Comments on “Finally…”

  1. jonbu Says:

    2001 is an awesome movie! im glad you found it incredible.
    tho i don’t understand the ending (still waiting to watch 2010. maybe that’ll explain everything.)

  2. Steve Says:

    watch the link I posted to the flash explanation. It explains each of the four parts of the movie. It sure helped me appreciate it more. I could NOT have got all that by myself.

  3. Jonbu Says:

    btw, that sketch is both startling and funky.. :mrgreen:

  4. Alex Says:

    I have the 2010 DVD. Any takers?

    2010 was easier to watch, since it was more “Hollywood” style.

    It didn’t explain “everything”. But it did explain a lot.

  5. Steve Says:

    2010. Tempting. I would like to watch it, but I don’t really have much time, at the moment. 🙁 Maybe later, I’ll come knocking on your door. 🙂

  6. jonbu Says:

    oh i have it on a file..
    interesting you’d have 2010 and ( i assume) not 2001 on dvd

  7. paddypj Says:

    2001-2010 are both interesting to a point, but the reality of both quests is to get away from earth. 2005 is where everyone should be concentrating on exploring the inner workings of earth and all the parasites that feed off of it. Enjoying day-to-day happenings in the outdoors where the air is fresh after a spring rain, the flowers bloom in the sun, and even to walk barefoot on a sandy beach. Just a thought.

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