[...] El primer ministro ‘invadió’ el viernes cinco de los siete telediarios nacionales (tres de Mediaset y dos de la RAI) para dejar un mensaje apocalíptico: Milán no será nunca “una gitanópolis árabe gobernada por la hoz y el martillo”, dijo. [...]
[...]En solo dos días, la Liga del Norte, el líder del PDL, la alcaldesa saliente Letizia Moratti y sus medios cercanos han sacado del sombrero ataques y ofertas de todos los colores. Han recurrido a la homofobia y al miedo diciendo que Pisapia hará de la ciudad “La Meca de los gais” y el “paraíso de la droga libre”, y arruinará o incluso cancelará la Exposición Universal de 2015.[...]
[...]Tras sustituir a su principal asesor, Moratti se ha lanzado y ha prometido amnistiar a los conductores multados, suprimir la ‘ecotasa’ que grava los coches contaminantes, dejar gratis los aparcamientos para residentes y más carga y descarga para los comerciantes.[...]
Last.fm is a service that you can use to collect all the music you listen in order to generate a profile about your tastes, if you add a subscription of 3€/month you can also listening radio based on general recommended music, an artist and so on. I find also very useful to look for festival or concerts, in particular to discover new bands that you might like because close to your music tastes.
After some time I renewed the last.fm subscription for additional 3 months and I discover a set of nice reports on my music tastes:
Baloon race: summarize my listening in 2010 compared to 2009
Clock map: summarize what time I was listening music
Trend map: shows my listening trends over 2010
There are plenty, most of them are accessible also from the free subscribers, few of them are reserved only to paid accounts. To be tried
Today I woke up and I decided that was enough for Fedora 14. I upgrade straight to Fedora 15 rawhide.
Instead of reinstalling I just update with preupgrade. So far so good. Apart for a crash in the kernel during the boot, some errors in the configuration of the Xorg, kernel panic and random problem here and there, hammering, I finally managed to make it works.
It’s about one year ago that I started thinking a new way to manage, think and perform backups. After wasting money in hard drivers USB and useless network sharing devices, I decided to open a new account of Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service).
If I have to describe in three worlds my first impressions, I would say: easy, cheap, clear.
Easy because you need 10 minutes to open a new account, cheap because to the rate are low for a personal home needs (you might spend a lot if you have to move lot of data, like 100/1000 Gb), clear because the documentation is well done and is also possible to have a prediction of how much you are going to spend per month.
I’ve been using it since April, I’ve also found a nice backup software that support as destination location Amazon, already installed and integrated in GNOME: Déja dup. I made a backup few time only, moving from 40 to 60 Gb and getting a bill around 0.35€.
From May I will schedule weekly jobs and I will give you an update of how much I’m going to spend.
With Déja dup is possible, using GNOME, to retrieve the version of that file based on the date.