Day: December 31, 2003
Via PCLinuxOnline, Linuxbeginner points to RetroBox. RetroBox is a website that sells old computer gear for amazingly reasonable prices. And by amazingly reasonable prices, I’m talking about $25 or so for a solid PII with some RAM and a decent hard drive. It’s definitely enough to run a fairly modern Linux system on.
They also have amazing prices on used Sparc and UltraSparc systems. For just under or just over a hundred bucks, you can pick up a solid UltraSparc system.
The only drawback is shipping costs. I wonder how much gear one would have to buy to make a field trip to Columbus worthwhile…
Jason Bell’s new P900 has arrived.
Leo Laporte is now going to be the tech guy for KFI 640AM in LA. His new gig from 12-3 on Saturday and Sunday make for a 7 day work week, but what work it is! It’s wonderful that technology is to the point where someone can do a three hour radio broadcast from their home most of the time.
Speaking of tech, their live stream works just fine from across the country.