This page is for documenting the different categories uses to 'tag' stories on the site. By tagging each story with one or more category tags, groups of related stories can be brought up with a click on one of the links below. Again, a story could be tagged with more than one category tag, so by clicking on the links below, you may see the same story in multiple places.
- Antlinux - Antlinux: small software that does big things! Image taken from the internet; see the Antlinux Wiki page for more information about the logo; the author is currently unknown.
- Brian's Photos - Pictures taken by Brian. The image of the Canon S80 camera was taken from Canon USA's website.
- Site/Project News - General news items. The paper icon was taken from the Gnome package, which is licensed under the GNU GPL v2.
- RWOTD - The Russian Word of the Day, from Declan Software. My version of the english pronounciation will be shown next to each word, along with the word's meaning. I'm copying these words to try and help me learn Russian. The logo was created with The Gimp, and is Copyright (c)2006 by Brian Manning.
- Java - Programming using the Java&tm; programming language. Image icon taken from 'Letter Tiles' icon set for OS X, by David Greenspan (dgreensp AT mit DOT edu)
- Perl - The Perl programming language was created by Larry Wall. The "Programming Republic of Perl" icon was taken from the internet somewhere. The camel image is a registered trademark of O'Reilly Media, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved.
- PHP - The PHP scripting language, a powerhouse of functionality for your web pages. The PHP logo was taken from the PHP website.
- Shell Scripting - All things to do with shell scripting, mostly Bourne/Korn shell compatable (including 'bash'). The #!sh logo was created with The Gimp, and is Copyright (c)2006 by Brian Manning.
- SQL (Structured Query Language) - Things to do with the Structured Query Language. The SQL logo was created with The Gimp, and is Copyright (c)2006 by Brian Manning.
- AntBuild - A re-packager and package builder for use with small/embedded systems. The wrench/screwdriver icon was taken from the Gnome package, which is licensed under the GNU GPL v2.
- Atari 8-bit - Things to do with the Atari 8-bit series of computers, manufactured between 1979 and the mid-1990's. Also includes information on 8-bit Atari emulators. The logo was taken from an animated GIF I found on the internet somewhere.
- Camelbox - A complete build of Gtk2-Perl for windows systems. The box is from the GTK website, and the camel image is from O'Reilly's website, and is "a registered trademark of O'Reilly Media, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved".
- LumpBox - A Linux installation for Windows/Mac OS X which uses multiple files on the host operating system as storage for a runnable Linux system. The mashed potatoes image was found on the internet somewhere.
- Portaboom - A run-from-CD system for playing games like Doom, Quake, and other cool things that run on Linux. The mini-CD photo is Copyright (c)2003 by Brian Manning.
- Project Naranja - A system built using the Padlock Encryption Engine of VIA EPIA mini-ITX motherboards. The 'orange slice' logo image was taken from the USDA's mypyramid.gov website.
- Propaganda - A run-from-CD system for streaming audio over the Internet. The Lenin poster was found on Wikipedia (in the 'propaganda' article), but it was removed, and can now be found on the Wikicommons site. Based on Google searches of the original filename, it seems that the name of the artist who created this poster is Victor Ivanov. The poster's caption says "Ленин - жил, Ленин - жив, Ленин - будет жить!"; "Lenin lived, Lenin lives, Lenin will live!"
- Streamcast - Audio HTTP streaming server feeder for use with your favorite clients, such as iTunes, WinAmp, XMMS, Zinf, mpg123, etc. The speaker icon was taken from the Gnome package, which is licensed under the GNU GPL v2.
- Tool of Media Management - Tool of Media Management, a static gallery creator, view your media files from a web server. The fist-and-spork photo is Copyright (c)2005 by Brian Manning.
- Apache HTTP Server - The Apache Software Foundation's HTTP server. The logo was taken from the Apache HTTPD server's homepage.
- Apple Computers - Anything related to Apple Computers and the software that runs on top of Apple hardware. The logo was created from the famous "bullet piercing the apple" picture taken by Harold Eugene Edgerton.
- Debian - Things to do with the Debian GNU/Linux distribution. The Debian 'swirl' logo was taken from the Debian website.
- Drupal - Things Drupal related. Drupal is a PHP/MySQL-based Content Management System. The Drupal 'Druplicon' logo was taken from the Drupal source distribution.
- Encryption - Things to do with encryption. The Enigma machine entry wheel image was taken from the Wikipedia article on the Enigma machine, with the original image taken by Bob Lord.
- Fujitsu Lifebook S-4546 - Things dealing with the Fujitsu Lifebook S-4546 laptop. The Lifebook photo was taken from the Fujitsu website.
- Gallery - Things to do with the Gallery image storage application. The Gallery logo was taken from the Gallery source distribution.
- Hardware - Having to do with hardware of some kind. The bolt icon was taken from somewhere on the internet.
- IBM Thinkpad T-40 - Running Linux on the IBM T-40 Laptop. The T-40 picture was taken from the Lenovo website.
- ImageMagick - Things to do with the ImageMagick image manipulation application. The Imagemagick logo was taken from the Imagemagick website.
- Lighttpd - The Lighttpd HTTP server, a slimmer server than Apache. The Lighttpd logo was taken from the Lighttpd website.
- LG VX8500 Phone - The LG VX8500 'chocolate' Cellphone. The chocolate phone picture was taken from the LG USA Website.
- Linux - All things Linux-y. The "smashing windows" logo was taken from the internet somewhere.
- The Gimp - Examples of how to use The Gimp. The Wilbur logo was taken from the Gimp website.
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