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Was talking with Teron on IRC a bit and got to the subject of Beryl which reminded me of my problem with it. While 3D desktop is not really a must-have for productivity, when everything works smooth with it except one thing I gotta wonder why that one thing doesn't.

Looks like Nintendo's Wii may play a more important role in the GNU/Linux world than we thought. According to this video it is possible to control beryl window manager using Wiimote. If this is possible then I imagine replacing a mouse completely might be possible as well, which is a big deal if people find it easier to interact with their computer using a "remote" rather than a mouse.

I am looking to organize myself a bit better this year. I've had a rather bad habit of putting my to-do lists and notes in plain text files. It seemed the simplest. I would just put them on the desktop and add notes or to-do items as I need to. However, I end up having quite a few of them thrown around the desktop with a few quite bloated ones. It would've been better to have a wiki-like desktop tool where I can put and link all my notes in one place coherently.

It's Snowing!

Ok, So it isn't snowing here. We have too much rain, but it is on my desktop..
with XGLSnow.