A little over a week ago, this years Vivid Sydney Festival kicked off in earnest. If you’re not familiar with the event, Vivid is a celebration of Light, Music and Idea’s and has become an annual phenomenon that attracts 800,000+ visitors to the city. The centrepiece of the festival would have to be the light projections that transform many of Sydney’s landmark buildings into wonderful and surreal canvasses of colour and movement. According to the Vivid website, this years Sydney Opera House light show was created by ’59 Productions’ and takes viewers on a journey through time, art, architecture and human achievement. The shots in this post don’t really capture the storyline as its a flowing animation that runs for some 12 minutes. That aside, I hope you get a sense of some of the spectacle that we’re currently being treated to down at the harbour. Fingers crossed, I hope to…
This week in Entrepreneur corner, I have some really long reads for my fellow entrepreneurs to help them become successful. I found some really good tips after reading these.
Also I have started to curate all these articles in one place – Flipboard Magazine. I invite you to add this magazine to your sources on Flipboard, bookmark it to read it later. As you can guess, this magazine is aptly named – “Entrepreneur Corner” on Flipboard too. It is embedded in this post and I strongly recommend you to subscribe to get updates on a daily basis.
For those who would want to read individual articles on the web, here is what you should know in Entrepreneur Corner:
50 Ways to find co-founders: Starting a business without a co-founder could mean end of life and no time for family. Inc. provides 50 ways to find the right co-founder for your business.
Based on a report published by Buddy Media titled “Strategies for Effective Tweeting: A Statistical Review.” Fusework Studios put together this infographics. Based on the data they make several recommendations for how best to maximize the use of Twitter as a business.
The graphics focus on some of the most common questions about Twitter best practices, including:
That’s a nice question. Actually most of the newbies in Linux world don’t know that Live CD and alternate CD are two different things because of the way the install the operating system.
Live CD is generally provides graphical user interface (GUI) and hence you don’t have to enter any UNIX command to run the applications.
Alternate CD files are different and while installation you don’t generally get the graphical interface. While installation you will see Blue and gray screens which receives only keyboard inputs. Your mouse won’t work. (At least I have seen that way).
So in short, you need to download a separate Ubuntu file. Search for “alternate” in the file name and then burn it on a CD/DVD and follow the instructions above.
Hope this information helps you understand the difference between Live and Alternate CD.