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syncOSx86 is based on Android and powered by syncUI (our custom KODI build) - it's designed for ease of use on an HDTV with simple inputs, and is a fresh take on Android UI that I think you'll find interesting if you're a layperson, tinkerer, gamer, or developer.
the GOOD for you (Global Organization of Open Data) is a non-profit startup that aims to apply the power of big data research and analysis to solving problems that affect the human condition.
Today marks the official release of DreamStudio 12.04.3
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So much going on here at DickMacInnis.com that it's hard to keep up with regular updates. As such, I've got some big news concerning several of the new things I've been working on..
The much anticipated Dream Studio for 64-bit systems is out today.
I'm proud to announce the release of Dream Studio 12.04. This new version features many updates including GIMP 2.8, an Ubuntu 12.04 base, a new default wallpaper, and a handy introduction slideshow for new users. Dream Studio uses a lowlatency-pae linux kernel, supporting both x86 and amd64 systems with up to 64GB of RAM.
Read the official release announcement here
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DickMacInnis.com would like to thank everyone who has helped make Dream Studio 11.04 a resounding success, having quadrupled our user base in the 3 weeks since it's release. Thanks to community suggestions, we're proud to release our first fully 64-bit version today!
As Dream Studio (a multimedia linux distribution) approaches 5000 users, version 11.04 is released today. This is the third official release of Dream Studio