As you may recognize my website is running on WordPress. Since using WP I was a little bit unhappy with the on-board media management which also can be used to create some kind of photo galleries. In the beginning I
I do own a Toshiba Satellite R630 and I want to run Linux on it, because in common I do use Linux only since years and all the programs I use are Linux/Unix programs. I already tried to run the
The Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is very popular and is getting close to be the de facto standard for describing business processes in a graphical way. Basically BPMN can be used simply by pen and paper but using a
As you may recognize my new laptop is quite a little bit poorly supported by Linux at the moment. Maybe in a few weeks the support of the hardware will be good enough so that switch to Linux again. Until
Today I found two very nice pinball simulators (for MS Windows) which do have a good support by a table building community. Both simulators are basically tables editors which can execute the designed tables.
So far I was used to use some kind of office product to write the text and manage the literature directory, preferred a version of StarOffice or later OpenOffice. In 99% of all cases this is very suitable for writing letters and a short text with not to many pictures and drawings. But when text has a specific length, some more pictures/drawing or special directories (e.g. references, index, tables, literature …) is can get very tricky and you have to do a lot of manual workaround. And that is the point where LaTeX/ TeX is jumping in.