i quite like google's google reader.
it's online, light weight etc.
has recommendations for other rss feeds you might like based on google's...
just missed it :(
cheers for the replys gents.
think i might send it back and grab a phenom cpu and bits and pieces anyway.
and cool, 36 no load and max of 56.
i'll try and keep it short.
current rig is old and shite, but plays bfbc2 ok.
e5200 (occasionally oc'd to 3.33)
kingston ddr2 800 4gb
cheers seeker, had a quick google and couldn't find too much about hackintoshing it.
was going to go for the HP mini 110, which feels bloody...
dell no longer sells the 10v :(
just an update and a thanks for the replies.
ordered a 10v for the compatibility as above.
should be fun :D
Have $500 to spend on a netbook / laptop.
Want it to be nice and portable, yet able to read websites / ebooks decently.
Not needed for anything...
ahh but, will there be the drones of developers / 3rd party companies with the monetary incentive behind them to develop software / hardware for...
nothing amazing hardware wise.
functionality and software is what i want it for
i want to read ebooks / magazines / text books on a tablet....
I've been looking at netbooks for a short while now, and have noticed that the linux based ones seem to have a far more streamlined approach to...
fantastic, i'll check out those proggies.
cheers for the links.
stumbled upon an interesting one
from the folks over at mobileread.com
i've actually just...
Anyone know what's around for sorting / managing media?
tried searching without much success.
lifehacker posted on gurulib, which is an...