Internet Ready Hardware
"This email request comes from a student of Graham Harwood from Goldsmith University London this is a letter I received earlier today not just to me but all of us really. Jean Demars is a trusted and valued student of Grahams if you can help him in anyway with this project or projects it will be much appreciated by all"
Update Friday 6th January 2009 Tantalum Memorial Wins First Prize in Berlin Exhibit
Wiki Structure and Navigation
First off you do not need to register to view anything on this site, nothing is blocked from your view all pages created are available for public scrutiny. Registration is only required if you wish to contribute to the wiki itself and want others to comment on your experiences and techniques.
Project IPoAC (The Great Internet vs Pigeon Race)
Project Co-ordinators:- [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Derek Shaw], [mailto:email@example.com Graham Harwood]
Scouts Home Made TelephoneCollaborative organisations
Here is a project that we started along with the the Strowger Project which you will hear more about later in the additional supporting pages.
Linux for the most part is what SoSLUG is all about but from time to time we indulge in some electronics just for some fun. The pages that follow document these projects the details and information we sourced and where applicable the author of the idea. As with all the pages listed on this site you are free to copy or use the material posted provided credit is given to the originating author.
Twenty Four Reason's Why You Should Choose Linux
As an alternative operating system Linux scores on a number of points compared with it's costly alternative so we will list them.
Ubuntu in our eyes has very much been a success story as far as we are concerned SoSLUG and the MediaShed then called the Jelliedeel Shed having had donated to it a number of redundant computers and screens for a "Grow Your Own Media Lab" hosted by Access Space in Sheffield and hosted by James Wallbank a Linux Lab was setup covering a three day period to introduce the concept of extending the life of old or redundant computers, these same computers would normally destined for land fill sites.
Welcome to SoSLUG Wiki Pages
The Southend Linux User Group has been meeting every week at TAP in North Road Southend since 2009 and previous to that the MediaShed in Grainger Road also in Southend now closed, as a group we have functioned on a weekly basis since March 2003 when the group was initially formed.
Southend on Sea Linux User Group Wiki Site.
At last Southend Linux User Group has it's very own wiki site and can, if call demands have its own forum also. But this will very much depend on the success of this Wiki site for that to happen.