There’s no excuse for not backing up your computer in 2017. Hard drives can fail on us with little or no notice. Don’t risk losing years’ worth of work and memories by not installing a backup system. Simply owning an external hard drive or SSD isn’t enough. An off-site backup system is your best bet for 100 percent insurance. Luckily, there are plenty of free backup software programs for your PC.
If you visit Distrowatch regularly, you will notice that the popularity ranking barely changes from one year to another.There are distributions that will always make it to the top ten, whereas others may be in the list today and not at the end of next year.Another not so well-known feature of Distrowatch is a waiting list that consists of distributions:Not reviewed yetWith missing or faulty componentsWithout solid English documentationProjects that do not seem to be maintained anymoreSome of the distributions that have not been reviewed yet may be worthy of consideration due to their great potential. Keep in mind that they may never make it to the front page ranking due to lack of time or Distrowatch resources to review them.
As 2016 comes to a close, it is time to bring you the best 10 Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) programs I have come across during this year.Some of these programs may not be new in that they weren’t released for the first time in 2016, but they are new to me and I have found them helpful.
Whether you’re a freelancer or a flautist, a graphic designer or a greengrocer, if you’re running any kind of business you really need some kind of accounting software to stay on top of things – as we discovered, the age-old system of chucking everything into a drawer and panicking at tax return time isn’t the best.But that doesn’t mean you need to invest huge sums or learn something hopelessly complicated. The best free accounting software is easy to use and enables you to see how well you’re doing and who owes you money.
¿Termina el Individuo conectado con el concepto de generación? Resulta una coincidencia curiosa que estemos llegando al fin del abecedario cuando denominamos generación Z a la de los nacidos desde mediados de los noventa a nuestros tiempos. Porque es cierto que son distintos, muy distintos de sus hermanos mayores de la Generación Y (nacidos en los ochenta), pero también lo es que de algún modo, tanto estos últimos como los de generaciones precedentes (los setenteros X, principalmente), estamos adquiriendo, al ritmo que el mundo de la aceleración tecnológica obliga, muchas de las características de la generación más conectada. Ocurre de algún modo, en buena medida gracias a las TIC, que ya no tiene sentido describir a las generaciones por año de nacimiento. Estar vivo en el año 2015 significa, gracias a Internet y las redes sociales, algo mucho más independiente a la franja generacional, a la edad que se tenga, que nunca antes.
When we think of the word, motivation, instantly two things come to mind. First, when we are young, there are many outside things that motivate us, a desire to do something, the reality of punishment from our parents, positive and negative reinforcement of what we are doing, etc. All of these things help to motivate children and in some case it has a positive effect and in other cases it does not. The more proactive the motivation, the more positive the response to that motivation, the more reactionary the motivation, the more negative the response. The second picture that comes to mind is a learned reaction to something. Like Pavlov and his dogs, which would salivate when he rang the bell, motivation can be at times subconscious.