Thursday, December 31, 2015

Mina With Us Here And It's Christmas 2015

Hi Reese


December 21 - January 2
It's all about the green mangoes.


Just checking.
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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Income Expense Profit Chart: Looking Back Now


Generating charts from raw data has never been this easy if you're using LibreOffice.

My goal of course is tracking that green line towards positive numbers. I'm nearing
that goal unless something adverse happens. 


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Saturday, December 19, 2015

Tenant Security Deposits Accounting Treatment

Hi Reese

Formerly, tenant deposits are treated as income when they 
are received and expenses incurred when contract is terminated are
recognized in the month contract is terminated which may be far
apart. 

The effect is income is overstated in the contract start and expenses
are overstated in the month contract is terminated. No liability is shown
for the amount of the deposit which is the real nature of the tenant 
deposit. 

So NOW, tenant deposit is recognized as liability. The liability is
recognized for the life of the rental contract. It is discharged when 
the contract is terminated. Any amount incurred as expense in excess of 
the liability is Bad Debts. 

Journal Entry:
(1)Cash                                                                              XX.xx
            Rental Income                                                                            XX.xx
            Liability-Name of tenant-Deposit                                           XX.xx
                   to record start of contract, receipt of deposit and advance rent

(2)Liability-Name of tenant-Deposit                             XX.xx
             Accounts Receivable-Name of Tenant                                   XX.xx
             Bad Debts (if any)                                                                     XX.xx
                    to record termination of contract,closing of tenant account

Adjusting entries were made to correct affected accounts. 
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Monday, December 14, 2015

Do I find Fedora Linux Buggy Or Unstable?

The last Windows operating system I used is XP and although it isn't
buggy or unstable, security is far and wide atrocious. The first 15 
minutes of using XP, my personal computer PC is already infected by
malware and virus but as long as you don't connect to the Internet 
you're okay. That was 2001.

I have used Debian, Ubuntu and OpenSuse since 2007, hopping from
one distribution to the other as long as I can find a spare PC or laptop.
I really have settled on Fedora for personal taste and preferences. I
like GNOME and Fedora brings GNOME fresh to my PC. Of course it 
wasn't love at first sight a few releases back. Fedora's installer 
needed work and important repos like for the NVIDIA drivers and 
proprietary music and video codecs are difficult to enable. It wasn't 
for somebody who's just starting out his journey in Linux land. 

Since then, open source graphics drivers have changed the world for
me. I don't hunt for drivers nowadays. Printers and scanners seemed 
to work like magic when I connect to a LAN. I find it surprising that
co-workers who are using Macs and Windows laptops are unable to
detect printers when my laptop can. That's a marked switch of places.

No I don't find Fedora Linux unstable. If you need something that's 
more unchanging, you can try other distributions like Debian's stable 
channel. I like the way Fedora has changed my attitude towards 
system updates. Since using Fedora (starting with 20) every update
has made my system happier. i look to the next update like it's
breakfast. Yes I do it everyday. Now compare that to what Microsoft
is doing with the big Windows 10 update coming up.



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Thursday, December 3, 2015

Profit Comparison 2014 And 2015





When you are hungry, you work harder. 
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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Income, Expense & Profit Chart

From January To November 2015



This is an 11 month snapshot of operations from January 2015 to end
November 2015. 
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Saturday, November 28, 2015

The Martian "Watch"


The Martian

is Mark Watney an astronaut left behind on Mars with meager resources. 





He has to solve many problems of human survival on another world. He has to breathe air, but the atmosphere on Mars is very thin. He needs water, but accessible drinking water on Mars comes from biological processes he has to maintain. He needs food, enough to last until rescue arrives from Earth. Of course, Mars won't cooperate with plans and things go south, things explode and Mark Watney makes mistakes. 




What strikes me about The Martian is they didn't turn this into a drama about science. Mark Watney dances around, the script is light and the relationship between NASA employees and the astronauts were down to earth. There were running jokes about mission commander's taste in music (disco) and the bull* is present in the conversation. I guess the astronauts weren't gods after all.
  

The movie didn't depart from the book by Peter Weir. All the science are intact even the NASA speak.The book has a lot of fans, me included.






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Saturday, November 14, 2015

CNN Content Organized Automatically

Due to the Paris attacks today I immediately turned to CNN and my attention is quickly drawn towards the video as always with breaking news. Then my brain wants some answers and I scan down to the text.






When I scan down the video/media content moves to the side where I can still watch it. Here's a good reason why web sites track our habits when we visit them. The tragic events in France remains the center piece of it, but also providing needed context and information.




Friday, November 13, 2015

App For A Web Site

You can create an "app" from a website. The practical use of this feature is with your blog site. I created an app from my wordpress and blogger web site. You just need to open the wordpress page or blogger page in Chrome. Then click the menu icon on the right corner, choose tools then Add to Desktop. 
Choose an appropriate name for your app. Perhaps something short and unique. 
Once created the app for the web site is easily launched from your applications. 
Ok. Another suggestion is to create an app specifically for creating new post. Again, open and navigate to your web site's new post / create new post page in Chrome. Click the menu icon, choose tools and Add to Desktop. Whenever you get that itch to tap a sentence or paragraph for a post, you can just launch the app for your web site. 

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Food and Utilities Graphical Analysis

Two of the most important part of expenses, Food and Utilities, 
requires understanding. 


Most of the data points averages between 7,000 - 7,500. That is 230 to 250 pesos a
day for two persons. 




Utilities include electricity, water, phones, internet service. Overall utilities have gone down
over the 4 year period. It averages below 5,000 now. 
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Income Profit Expense October 2015



Happy holloween everybody. 
Some unexpected repairs in October and some re-stocking of supplies at this
time increased expenses. 


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Thursday, November 5, 2015

dnf repolist After Upgrade To Fedora 23


bash-4.3$ dnf repolist all
RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree 39 kB/s | 218 kB 00:05
determining the fastest mirror (3 hosts).. done.
Fedora 23 - x86_64 - Updates 27 kB/s | 4.8 MB 02:58
RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free - Test Updates 35 kB/s | 205 kB 00:05
Fedora 23 - x86_64 21 kB/s | 43 MB 34:02
RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free 79 kB/s | 738 kB 00:09
RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree - Test Updates 24 kB/s | 16 kB 00:00
Last metadata expiration check performed 0:00:00 ago on Thu Nov 5 09:49:06 2015.
repo id repo name status
adobe-linux-x86_64 Adobe Systems Incorporated enabled: 2
*fedora Fedora 23 - x86_64 enabled: 46,074
fedora-debuginfo Fedora 23 - x86_64 - Debug disabled
fedora-source Fedora 23 - Source disabled
google-chrome google-chrome enabled: 3
google-talkplugin google-talkplugin enabled: 1
rpmfusion-free RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free enabled: 692
rpmfusion-free-debuginfo RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free - Debug disabled
rpmfusion-free-rawhide RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide - Free disabled
rpmfusion-free-rawhide-debuginfo RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide - Free - Debug disabled
rpmfusion-free-rawhide-source RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide - Free - Source disabled
rpmfusion-free-source RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free - Source disabled
rpmfusion-free-updates RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free - Updates disabled
rpmfusion-free-updates-debuginfo RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free - Updates Debug disabled
rpmfusion-free-updates-source RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free - Updates Source disabled
rpmfusion-free-updates-testing RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free - Test Updates enabled: 157
rpmfusion-free-updates-testing-debuginfo RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free - Test Updates Debug disabled
rpmfusion-free-updates-testing-source RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Free - Test Updates Source disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree enabled: 206
rpmfusion-nonfree-debuginfo RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree - Debug disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-rawhide RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide - Nonfree disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-rawhide-debuginfo RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide - Nonfree - Debug disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-rawhide-source RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide - Nonfree - Source disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-source RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree - Source disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree - Updates disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-debuginfo RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree - Updates Debug disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-source RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree - Updates Source disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-testing RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree - Test Updates enabled: 8
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-testing-debuginfo RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree - Test Updates Debug disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-testing-source RPM Fusion for Fedora 23 - Nonfree - Test Updates Source disabled
*updates Fedora 23 - x86_64 - Updates enabled: 2,842
updates-debuginfo Fedora 23 - x86_64 - Updates - Debug disabled
updates-source Fedora 23 - Updates Source disabled
updates-testing Fedora 23 - x86_64 - Test Updates disabled
updates-testing-debuginfo Fedora 23 - x86_64 - Test Updates Debug disabled
updates-testing-source Fedora 23 - Test Updates Source disabled
bash-4.3$

Questions:  rpmfusion-free-updates-testing is enabled, why? rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-testing is enabled, why? These are "testing" repos. Should I disable them? This is a production machine.


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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Upgrade, Update and Keeping In Touch

I try to remember not to sign my email blogs as this blog posting
method(Thunderbird) does not remove the encryption characters. I always
sign outgoing email. The last time I forgot, I had to go to the blog
website and edit the post then update.

I finished upgrading from F22 to F23 on the day F23 is suppose to be
released. They released it all right, just like they say they would. But
I started downloading 2 days before, and I have F23 the next day. I just
did an update today - a modest update of about 150 MB of packages.

Here's GNOME 3.18 on Fedora 23 Today. (above)
If you're wondering about the number of opensuse emails, I subscribe to
a lot of fora - debian, ubuntu, opensuse, archlinux, and fedora. I like
to keep in touch.





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Blogger since August 2007.
Linux user since 2004.
Fedora 23 kernel 4.2.3 GNU/Linux

Upgrading Fedora 22 To Fedora 23



Upgrading from Fedora 22 to Fedora 23 is a command line away.

#dnf system-upgrade download --releasever 23

The command will download upgradeable packages from f23 repos. Note
this does not include application from third party like in my case
megasync client. What it include are packages from RPM fusion, which
means your codecs and packages you downloaded from the repo.

After the download is complete you can reboot.

#dnf system-upgrade reboot

The reboot process will automatically install Fedora 23.

Finally clean the cache with

#dnf system-upgrade clean all


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Linux user since 2004.
Fedora 23 kernel 4.2.3 GNU/Linux

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Upgrading Fedora 22 To Fedora 23

Happy Fedora 22 user here and quite surprised after trying to upgrade to the next version of Fedora.

I'm expecting that the upgrade won't go because the Final release is on the 3rd Tuesday but I was fiddling with the terminal and the dnf command. So i did:

#dnf system-upgrade download --releasever 23

expecting, as I said, to get an error. But lo and behold! It connected to the Fedora 23 64 bit repos and calculated what packages to download for my system.


It then gave me the packages to be downloaded from the Fedora 23 repos including the RPM Fusion repos. Yes they are ready this time.



It started downloading the upgrade packages!
I can't download 2.5 GB right now. So I watched for a while and decided to pause the operation until I can get a better internet speed later in the day. I'm in that area where the time of day affects the speed of the connection.

I'm under no illusion that this is the Fedora 23 Final Release. They won't release until the 3rd. So I'm getting the beta. If I finish installation before the 3rd, then I'll get the beta version. When the 3rd of November comes or sometime later, I'll just have to update the system and I'll have the stable release version.



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Friday, October 30, 2015

Patriotism



If you can do one thing well

Do that one thing the best way you can

for the country.


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Linux user since 2005.
Fedora 22 and Linux kernel 4.2.3 user.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

A Happy Fedora 22 User

The release of Fedora 23 the next stable version of Fedora Linux is 
delayed to the 3rd of November. Of course most of us Fedora 22 users
are waiting for the next stable version to be released but waiting one
more week isn't a big deal. Fedora is a cutting edge distribution. Packages
are the freshest I've ever used in a distribution. I'm on kernel 4.2.3 and 
this was released by the devs the first week of this month. 

I have not encountered any instability from Fedora 20 onward. I've 
updated it to Fedora 22 continuously every stable version becomes 
available. My experience with the distribution is that most problems are
solved by the release of new packages as they are made available. I'm
using GNOME as desktop environment but you could just use dnf to 
remove it and install another. I'm looking forward to GNOME 3.18. I hope
that it too would be stable in Fedora 23. 
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Monday, October 26, 2015

Fedora 23 Final Release Moved To November 3rd

Yes I'm too late to blog but the news is that Fedora 23
Final Release encountered show-stoppers. Developers 
delayed its release to November 3rd. 


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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

House At Maly, 2015


window framing, late 60s style wood panelling
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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Core Expenses After Four Years: Data And Analysis


Depreciation includes Property Improvement and Equipment cost spread over 30 months and 24 months. 


Food expenses for 2 every month, remains on average at 7,000.


Utilities include electricity, water, phone and broadband services. 


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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Typhoon Koppu #Lando Makes Landfall

Hi Reese

US Navy Weather forecasters upgraded Koppu to Super Typhoon
because it further intensified to 240 kph winds. This weather will
bring 40-60 mm / hr rainfall over a an area of 600 km. for the next
3 days or more. In fact the storm is so slow at 12 kph that it will
still affect the country within the whole week next week. 

Just go Koppu why don't you?


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Friday, October 9, 2015

Exciting Times


Take a leap of faith. You'll never know where it will lead. Exciting times.
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Sunday, October 4, 2015

Fedora 24 Schedule



These are plans for Fedora 24 and are subject to change. 
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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Expense Report September 2015


Items that stand out are taxes and licenses for January, 
medical expenses in August, returned deposits for August.
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4th Year Income and Cost Report

Hi Reese

Sending you my Profit and Expense report this September 2015. 


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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Income Profit Analysis

Income-Profit analysis from July 2014 to September 2015 (quarterly)


Turn around, if ever I see one. good cost control. 





Friday, September 11, 2015

Kim Davis Is Not A Martyr

Kim Davis is the Rowan county clerk from Kentucky who refuses 
to issue marriage licenses after the Supreme Court of the United
States ruled to recognize gay marriages. There were others who 
sought clarification from the courts about that ruling. Kim Davis
challenged the court's order for her to resume issuing marriage
licenses. Finally, a federal judge ordered her jailed for contempt of
court when she still refuses to follow the court. 

No doubt, Kim Davis is standing firm on her principles. 

But she's not a martyr. Nobody is persecuting her or people standing
up for their principles. She has a position, an elected position. Those
who put her in that position wants her to do her job. She has injected
her personal religious beliefs into her job. and worse, she refuses to 
do her job. 

When ordinary workers do their jobs poorly, they get fired. When 
elected officials don't do their jobs, they get impeached. That will 
cost taxpayers delay and money. For the couples who wanted to
get married, gay or not, Kim Davis put their lives on hold. 

If you are going to argue that Kim Davis has a moral right to do 
what she did then let me ask you this. If I convert to Islam and 
somebody put me in charge of issuing driver's licenses in the DMV,
would you support me if I refuse to issue driver's licenses to women?
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Thursday, September 10, 2015

Evolution *Not* Crashing on Fedora Forum Emails

Hi Reese

I don't know what got updated, what package in Fedora was patched or 
fixed but Evolution is *not* crashing  when I open users-request* emails
from the fedora forum anymore.  I got 5 of 5 from them just today and
they did not crash Evolution mail. Good job.
 
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Monday, September 7, 2015

Cutting Down Trees

The neighbors are cutting branches off their tree. A couple who lived at least
fifty years are trying with ladder and rope to climb and trim their tree. The man 
climbed twenty feet and is shouting instructions to his wife down on the ground.
I'm next door well next yard and listening to my collection of BestEverAlbums. 
Every now and then, words would come raining down, loud and unclear. I think 
they were in German, I'm not sure. 


Some words speak for themselves, some I just guess the meaning from 
context. He wasn't angry just loud. 


He tied this rubber hose up twenty feet to the branch and somebody is 
tugging at the end on the ground. I guess she's his wife. He's up the tree with
a saw. An hour later, the words are getting desperate and futile. The tree would
not give away its branch. The morning goes to noon now and the midday 
temperature moves to 32 degrees. I'm sweating in the shade. 

He is loud again. The sun goes full bore and the branch creeks ready to break. 
The leaves move down slowly, as if to cushion the fall.  

The wife wants to see some sky from the patio. 

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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Iglesia Ni Cristo, EDSA and Justice

Politicians are always willing to buy votes. They can do it with cash or the expression
of their opinions. Obviously they would rather express and part with their opinions
since they love their cash more. 

Religions have their hands all over politics. Kings were heads of churches and Popes 
anoint Kings if you remember history. Last week, the Iglesia Ni Cristo, occupied EDSA
and stopped traffic for hours. They have a permit given them by the city of Mandaluyong
signed by Mayor Abalos. Filipinos who use this highway were angered and took to the
social media. The Iglesia Ni Cristo wants the investigation by the Department of Justice
to stop. This investigation started with an alleged detention and kidnapping of members
of Iglesia Ni Cristo by its leader. Secretary Leila de Lima rightfully, investigates any 
crime reported by citizens of this country. 

Should government keep its distance from matters of faith as the Iglesia Ni Cristo wants
it to do? Did the leader of Iglesia Ni Cristo illegally detained and kidnapped some of its
members? Netizens who quickly took to their social media accounts certainly believe that
they had been kept away from using EDSA. These people believe they were detained from
going home. They were delayed and inconvenienced, denied access to a public road by a
group who wants something from the government. 

I am not a lawyer but detention and kidnapping are serious crimes. Justice must take its
course. Politicians notwithstanding, justice should move blind and slow but right. 
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Sunday, August 30, 2015

August Expense 2015 Tally

I'm doing this monthly reporting again because a lot will be forgotten soon if I don't. To summarize: basic expenses include food, utilities and repairs. Food and utilities are self-explanatory. Utilities include electricity, water and phone bills.

Repairs were formerly expensed out in the month they are incurred or paid. This year I changed the treatment of all repair costs. I am capitalizing them all and putting them all to Property Improvements except for repairs specific to the period, non-recurring and small. I will systematically charge this cost over the life of the assets as depreciation. This treatment will be more logical and values assets more accurately.



Security Checklist In Linux


Hi Reese

I just finished reading a security checklist made by the Linux Foundation for its
system administrators. I'm going to set them down at least the most critical ones.

Enable Secure boot. Use it in hardware that supports it.
Enable UEFI rather than legacy BIOS.

Full disk encryption via LUKS.

Consider Distros that are widely used. Consider distros with automatic updates.

Use two browsers-one for work related browsing and the other for play or the rest.
Consider these add-ons for installation. No Script. HTTPS Everywhere. Privacy Badger.

Use a password manager. Use unique passwords for all sites.

Protect your SSH keys and PGP keys.

Backups.


Friday, August 21, 2015

Evolution Mail Vs. Thunderbird Mail Clients


For the most part of my computing experience, I have been using email
clients in the desktop and laptops. These would be Outlook, Evolution
Mail and Thunderbird in various machines, in different times and in
many scenarios. I have tried in lesser degrees other email clients but
these three form the bulk of my email experience.

I have not used Windows OS for a very long time now so I can't write
much about Outlook.

I want to recommend both Evolution and Thunderbird to users looking
for an alternative to Microsoft and Mac. Having done that I want to
talk about some issues about these applications for the rest of this
post.

Evolution Mail is both able to handle email and calendaring. It can
work with OpenPGP and encrypt or sign your emails. It is integrated
with the GNOME desktop to manage your keys and for desktop notifications
.

Thunderbird Mail is able to search your email fast. It is extensible
so you can add OpenPGP integration and calendaring. At version 38.x,
it comes with lightning (calendaring add-on) by default. It is highly
theme-able just like Mozilla's other product, Firefox. And also it
shares Firefox's extension store.

Lately, I have seen Evolution crashing when I try opening malformed
emails. I don't exactly know why, but certain forum emails present
Evolution with opening problems. Opening the same email in Thunderbird
doesn't seem to faze it. So this is an Evolution problem.

So just use Thunderbird, right?

I really like composing email with images inline to see how they'll
look. Most of my blog posts come from my email client. Evolution can
do this and more. It can even provide a limited image editor. Great
for thumbnails and icons. I can save a default signature for certain
emails. I like how it handles PGP signing and encrypting. It makes it
easy to read text even if it is signed. I like how easy it is to
choose fonts.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Pamana, the Philippine eagle, Is Dead


Somebody Shot Pamana, the Philippine eagle. The Philippine eagle is an
endangered specie. This is so profoundly sad.

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Fedora: Everyday Computing


Fedora 22 is the current stable version of the open source Linux operating system I'm using for my desktop. I love Linux and I prefer using it from any Windows or Mac operating system. 

Most of what I do in the Web I do using Mozilla's Firefox browser. Firefox browser comes with Fedora by default. 

Email is handled by Evolution as well as calendar functions. I use gEdit for text manipulations. If I need more than text editing there's LibreOffice Writer. 

I use GnuCash for my Accounting and Financial recording needs. If I need graphics for my data, I open LibreOffice Spreadsheet. 

For media like music and video I use gmusicbrowser and SMPlayer. 

There are a few non-open source applications in my computer. I have skype. I have megasync for syncing files to the cloud.  I still have flash but the way things are going it will go the way of the dinosaurs. 

I mostly play Super Tux Kart and Quadrapassel. 

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Sunday, August 2, 2015

A Visit From The Salazar Family

in picture: jun,tessie,rosemarie,imee,epe,evelyn,mina,danny

July 2015 Maly San Mateo Rizal
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