full circle magazine #33
Welcome to another issue of Full Circle magazine.
ast month, Andrew gave us his Top 5 Media Center applications. This month I'vewritten a How-To on using Ubuntu on an Acer Aspire Revo to create thefoundation for Boxee. For under £150 I've created a fantastic media centerwhich not only looks great, it's fully customizable! That's my media center story, but don't forget to read the My Story articles whichthis month focus on Ubuntu, Linux and open-source in public education, as well as howone man went from using old (modern at the time) computers, to using Ubuntu.Another advertisement this month! But don't panic, it's only for this month and it'sour way of trying to bring more attention toSCaLE 2010. February sees the eighthannual . Unfortunately I can't attend, but if anyone doesattend, we'd love to hear what it was like, who was there, what happened, so fill us in!Don't forget to read the Ubuntu Women interview, onpage 28, with Jane Silber theCOO at Canonical. As most of you will know, Jane will take over from Mark as CEO onMarch 1st.And finally, Robin Catling, the man of many words, is considering resurrecting theFCM podcast. Care to help? -http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1380948Enjoy the issue, and keep in touch!Editor, Full Circle firstname.lastname@example.org
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