Archive for the ‘google’ Category

If you have ever used the default search that you find in the file browser of Ubuntu or even the “find/whereis” function from the terminal you know that it can be very frustrating trying to locate a specific file on your system. Although, there are several utilities already available for Linux users to simplify and […]

If you’re still paying for directory assistance it’s time to stop. These prices are what some of the top carriers are charging for 411 usage: Verizon: $1.25 T-Mobile: $1.49 AT&T: $1.50 Sprint: $1.79 Frankly, you should be putting that money to better use because there is a better solution. Up until now one of the […]