Hi I'm a recent graduate and I've recently had an idea of building an online application, a text-editor, along the lines of stuff like Google Docs. I'm not going to give out the unique features out here but I think this idea when implemented would allow students, and writers of any kind take better notes and help keep them decluttered. The concern I have at the moment is I'm not sure if it's something that would be beneficial to other students. It could so be that this is something I think the world needs, but most others end up seeing …

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Here’s the concept behind the smartpen: there are millions of pages of good old fashioned handwritten notes taken every day in business meetings and school lessons around the world. Unfortunately they remain trapped within the confines of the paper they are written upon. But what if you could easily share those notes, make them searchable and accessible by digitising them with a tap of the pen you write them with? [attach]21268[/attach] That’s where the Echo smartpen comes in by digitally capturing what you write, and what you hear, and then ‘pencasting’ the data using the new Livescribe Connect software. To …

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Hi, I am running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, and wanted to install RVM today, I used: bash < <( curl [url]http://rvm.beginrescueend.com/releases/rvm-install-head[/url] ) (NOTE: I already have git-core and curl, etc.) After running that command I get the output in terminal from Wayne, and I added: if [[ -s "$HOME/.rvm/scripts/rvm" ]] ; then source "$HOME/.rvm/scripts/rvm" ; fi to .bashrc. I also replaced the return statement in .bashrc with the one recommended on the RVM website. After a system reboot, I tried to run rvm notes, and then a bunch of: "No such file or directory" lines are printed. I'm no Linux expert, …

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