This post caught my eye the other day. Apparently, Google is allowing you to search for images by license. This is great if you are looking for images for things like Power Point presentations and such.
I saw this post about Google Maps on Android, and I thought I would share my comments. I had the opportunity to use my Google Maps for navigation on a trip a couple of weekends ago to Chicago. During the middle of that trip, I decided to upgrade my Google Maps through the Market. Here are some things I noticed.
When I upgraded to Juanty, my sound did not work on my laptop. I found a couple of posts that helped me get it back up and running.
I think I found this post from this one:
I have had trouble with the pulseaudio service not running, and so I did a little research to find the command to restart it. I haven’t tried these so be warned.
This article suggests:
pulseaudio -k; sleep 4; pulseaudio -vv
This article points out that you can use “pulseaudio –check” to see if an instance is running. Also, they mention that if the -k doesn’t work, you can use “killall pulseaudio”.
Finally, since I use Skype, I have been contemplating going back to alsa. I am not ready for that, but I am keeping this in my back pocket: