Android: Pictarine, browse all your online pictures.

There’s a new photo feed app out today  from Pictarine for the Android.

Pictarine pulls photos from  all your friends on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr and tumblr. It then presents the photos to you in a nice feed where you can like, comment or share those pictures. All you need is a Google or Facebook account, connect and the app does the rest.

Features:

  •  Connect Pictarine up to 11 social networks, streamlining photos and activities like commenting, liking and sharing.
  •  Rediscover your memories through a choice of the photos that matter most to you. You will be surprised! (my favourite feature)
  •  Get photos from all of your services in your pocket, so they are always one touch away.
  •  Bookmark your favourite photos in playlists
  •  Works with Android versions 2.2 and above

Grab it from Google Play.

Super Monstrous Big Bad Wolf Book Sale December 2012

If you loved last year’s Big Bad Wolf book sale, get excited!! It’s coming back!

Super Monstrous Big Bad Wolf Book Sale will be happening between December 7 – 23 2012. no news on location yet, most likely the same spot as the last sale.

Via Facebook | bigbadwolfbooks

The Linux Command Line a book for the Linux beginner

New to Linux? Need a good beginner book to be your companion?

The Linux Command Line by “William E. Shotts, Jr.” , that’s the book you need to get.

The book’s 522 pages will familiarize you to the command line and the many commands that you will use in the future.

Download the free PDF (CC) here or buy the printed or e-formats through No Starch Press.

Source: http://linuxcommand.org/tlcl.php

Nyan Cat in your terminal

Just for fun. Let Nyan Cat run around in your terminal. Bring up a terminal and run “telnet miku.acm.uiuc.edu”

Source: http://miku.acm.uiuc.edu/ | Nyan Cat

How can non root users mount and unmount in Linux

File systems / partitions are normally managed by root and only root would be able to mount or un-mount.

However, if you want everyone on your machine to have the same privilege for a specific mount point, this is how you can do that.

Add “user” to the mount options for the desired mount point in your /etc/fstab file. In my case “/media/music”

I changed mine from

//192.168.1.200/Music /media/music rw,noauto 0 0

to

//192.168.1.200/Music /media/music cifs user,rw,noauto 0 0

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