Tag: Linux

Junior Hackers Unite!

The Stamford Innovation Center has a new Meetup on Tuesday nights 6-8pm called “Junior Hacker Night” directed to children 5-15 years old. Bring a laptop and watch the children program right in front of you. Windows, MAC or Linux laptops welcome, the application they use is available on all platforms: Scratch. Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group… Read more →

The Feast of the Seven Fishes (Italian: Festa dei sette pesci), also the 7 fish dinner. Part 1 of 7.

For this Christmas Eve Celebration 2012, we will be serving a variety of Italian and Irish Fishes. Part 1 of  our 7 course meal will be Seppioline ai Peperoncini Cuttlefish with Hot Peppers Recipe – Seppioline ai Peperoncini Years back, as a teen, I ordered the fish special at our local Italian hot spot, octopus in a spinach sauce with red… Read more →

15 Things I Did After Installing New Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot | Tech Drive-in

Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot is scheduled to arrive on Oct 13, 2011. A lot of things have changed with Ubuntu in the mean time. This Ubuntu 11.10 screenshot tour will give you a quick preview of important changes in the upcoming Ubuntu Oneiric release. I have been using Ubuntu 11.10 as my netbook’s primary OS ever since the second alpha… Read more →

Sea Salt Baked Potato Recipe

I found some fantastic arugula, so that is what I used. But I could imagine using whatever green salad you like – spinach, baby romaine, maiche, etc. And I used big russet potatoes. The dressing calls for a raw egg yolk, if you’re uncomfortable eating raw egg, swap in another favorite, luxe or creamy-ish salad dressing – this buttermilk one would… Read more →

Green Curry Broth

How spicy you make this broth is up to you. I like it with a bit of a kick, but nothing that overwhelms. I’ve found that using two de-seeded peppers, and two peppers with the seeds and veins intact give me the level of heat and flavor I like. As far as prepping the lemongrass is concerned, chop off all… Read more →