When you look at Tux, the Linux mascot, what do you see? Do you see a penguin? Do you see a project? Or do you see something that’s dated and in need of a revamp? If it’s the latter then check out a modern reinterpretation of the famous penguin notify by designer Ecogex, which is dubbed […]
Got a spare five minutes? You can help the Canonical design out by filling in a questionnaire. The team is looking to “gather information about how people perceive colours and use Scopes.” The short questionnaire is split into two sections: colour and Scopes. The section on colours …well you don’t really need me to explain […]
To the right are a bunch of familiar looking web browser icons. Familiar, and yet also very similar. All four icons use a compass motif. A red-tipped needle points north-east and south-west, presumably in the direction of l33t web 1.0 content. All four icons are are predominantly draped in shades of blue (the unofficial colour of the internet thanks […]
You all know the the word ‘Ubuntu’’ — and if you don’t, how’d you end up here?! — but do you know the correct way to pronounce it? Is it Oo-boon-too? Uh-bun-too? You-bun-too? Urgh-ban-too? Pedants will (quite rightly) that there is one correct way to pronounce Ubuntu and that’s “oo-boon-too”. But I’m here to say those people are (sort of) […]
How often do you use GNOME System Monitor? I (thankfully) don’t. The only time I do is when a background process is going rogue… But if GNOME’s designers manage to implement a proposed top-to-bottom redesign of the app comes, that could change. Meet Usage Under the new name of “Usage” (it’ll become clear why) the revamped GNOME System Monitor app gets […]
PC cases for the most part look like… Well, look like a word I shouldn’t use on this site.
But with a bit of imagination, some paint, and plenty of LEDs a boring box can be transformed into a terrific-looking tower. Just like the following: a planned case mod by Ubuntu ISO tester Jackson Doak.
Based on a Power Mac case, Jackson aims to use plenty of orange, plenty of LEDs and possibly even orange-coloured liquid as part of a water cooling system. The completed system will be used to test daily ISOs – so not only will it look Ubuntu, it’ll be helping Ubuntu, too.
Admittedly the size of the case means that it’s not quite as sublime as the mini Ubuntu PC concept we showed you a year back, but it is delicious enough to have my mouth-watering.
Head over to Jackson’s blog for the full skinny on his plans and if you’ve seen any awesome case mods – Ubuntu related or not – feel free to share them in the comments.