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February 24, 2010 by

Elon Musk, SpaceX are the future of space exploration

Elon Musk's critics have come out of the woodwork because President Obama's NASA budget favors private rocket companies over traditional and expensive NASA space flight programs. Are Musk and SpaceX, the company he founded, qualified to hurl astronauts into space? I think so.

September 21, 2009 by

Elon Musk talks Tesla and Space X on the Valley Girl Show

Elon Musk is the incredibly sharp and even more impressive...big-thinking co-founder of PayPal now behind Telsa as CEO and SpaceX as CEO and CTO. Musk knew early that the Internet, the transition to sustainable energy and space exploration would have a dramatic impact on our society and he's dedicated himself to innovation in these arenas. In an interview that one could only find online... the fun new and very fun Valley Girl Show, hosted by Jesse Draper, spends some time with Elon Musk and learns more about his ventures.

October 2, 2008 by

Slimming down the bloated iTunes installer

How do you supersize a simple music manager? Ask Apple. The Windows version of iTunes 8 takes up nearly 200MB of space on a Windows PC, including kernel-mode drivers, multiple system services, and at least one add-in. It takes a supersize helping of chutzpah to create an ad that criticizes Windows for its “bloat” and then deliver an upgrade with as much unnecessary junk as this one. If you’re like most people, you don’t need any of that additional junk. In this post, I’ll explain how you can figure out which parts of the package you need, and then show you how to wrestle control of iTunes back.

February 14, 2007 by

Vista Hands On #3: Check your disk before upgrading

If you're getting ready to perform a Vista upgrade, be on the lookout for two gotchas, both of which are related to your system drive. You'll need sufficient disk space and the right disk format. If your old PC is still using FAT32, this installment in my 30 Days of Vista Hand On series will explain how to convert it to NTFS.

May 23, 2006 by

Does Vista really need 15GB of disk space?

When you run the new Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor, you'll find that Vista won't install unless you have 15GB of disk space free. Is this the most bloated OS upgrade ever? Nope. The actual installation uses much less space. Here's why.


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