Compiz is a desktop manager based on XGL. It is a Linux project that allows the user to manage the workspace in new ways. It takes advantage of the XGL project code, using OpenGL to fuel some very innovative GUI enhancements.
You can find a short demo (11 minutes) and some screenshots here.
If you run Linux, you can also download it via a CVS.
You can use the <img src=”data:img/(type);base64,(base64 string of image)” /> tag format to put an image file directly into the HTML document. This is known as a “Data: URL.”
Nothing much on a Sunday happens, but here’s a bunch of news for the hell of it.
The new scenario relates to an argument the RIAA has apparently made in one of their legal cases. Their claim is that merely having a copyrighted file in a shared directory constitutes a violation of the copyright law.
RESOLVED that George Walker Bush, President of the United States, is impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors, and that the following articles of impeachment be exhibited to the United States Senate: