So I've had the iBook for about 48 hours now. The first 10 where quite annoying, had no idea where my applications went, how to "right-click" or even where stuff go in the file system. Googled a bit and found a few nice tools to sort me out.
Fink offers a number of nice GNU-tools to make the shell a bit more familiar.
Virtue provides cool spinning virtual desktops
Quicksilver offers a nice "CLI" interface to most apps. I.e. pause iTunes with applekey-space and the command pau.
Welcome to my blog. Im a Swedish geek living in London, I'm working as an SysAdmin/DBA for a financial software company in Soho in central London. This blog is mostly about my work, things like Solaris, Oracle, Linux, JBoss, Dell & Sun hardware and other tech related things.
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