This was so funny I think I left a stain on my carpet.
Michael d’Estries blogged on Groovy Green today about Toyota’s President Katsuaki Watanabe announcing that Toyota will have a plug-in hybrid vehicle by 2010. It’s a quick read – to get the back story on this headliner. In essence, Toyota now is promising to have a vehicle to challenge GM’s Volt.
Although it’s really good to see that car manufacturer’s are looking to become greener – is it really only to sell to a niche clientele?
I’ve added a resource page to this blog to track all sorts of products, services, and websites that I’ve looked into or bought into. You can find the page here. I’ve just started the list today, and I’m already behind in the number of things I want to add.
(Due to Cmmj’s initial efforts an official Ubuntu wiki article has been created)
Ah… It’s a new year. Time to dust off those old forgotten projects and renew energy and see if we can get them completed. One of my projects that I started last year was to get a Family Calendar installed so that the family could use any of the PCs or Macs in the house to see our schedules. Yes, I do have a wall calendar, but where’s the fun in that?
Today I started playing around with Apples’ Darwin Calendar Server . I’ve attempted this before in the past and I didn’t get very far with it. However, when I took up the reigns again today, I encountered a completely different problem that took me a little bit of time to resolve. In short, I had incorrect SSH keys in my local client to connect to my server. All of you SSH/Unix gurus out there probably can skip this, but this may help some nubies.