Possible to run custom DHCP and DNS with fall-back to Cable Modem?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I am trying to accomplish a task that may, or may not, require a creative solution. Essentially, I want to run my own DHCPd and, more importantly, DNS for my home network. I want to run my own Name Server for the purpose of having *.local names assigned to our various computers and devices. (HowTos)

Moontoast Raises $5M For Premium Social Adsview story

http://techcrunch.com – Social advertising startup Moontoast just announced that it has raised $5 million in Series B funding. CEO Blair Heavey told me that the company currently works with about 50 clients. It’s not an enormous list, but one that includes names like Universal, Lexus, Nike, Ford, Lady Antebellum, Time, and Simon & Schuster. (IT news)

What Games Are: The Fun Boson Does Not Existview story

http://techcrunch.com – Editor’s note: Tadhg Kelly is a game designer with 20 years experience. He is the creator of leading game design blog What Games Are, and consults for many companies on game design and development. You can follow him on Twitter here. Back when the social game scene looked like it might be generationally, rather than merely technologically, disruptive, we game makers discovered Eric Ries. (IT news)

Enterprise-Worthy Improvements in the 3.7 Linux Kernelview story

https://www.linux.com – The 3.7 Linux kernel was released just in time for Christmas, gifting us with a host of enterprise-worthy and desktop user additions and improvements. Just in time for Christmas, the 3.7 Linux kernel was released on December 10, 2012, and brings with it 64-bit ARM support plus a multitude of improvements and changes. (Software)

'Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition' Coming to Linuxview story

http://www.ubuntuvibes.com – Much awaited role playing game Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition will be coming to Linux platform. The game is a remake of popular isometric role playing game Baldur's Gate (released in 1998). (HowTos)

With Custom Art Startup JuicyCanvas, You Add A Personal Touch To Paintings Before You Buy Themview story

http://techcrunch.com – Startup JuicyCanvas has launched a new service for buying custom art. The experience is pretty straightforward. You go to the JuicyCanvas site and choose a piece of art that you like. Then you can tweak it to your liking, adjusting the size, rotating it, changing the colors, and so on. When you’re done, you can pay JuicyCanvas to print the piece and ship it to you. (IT news)

Checkthis Updates Its Social Posters: Share Visually Compelling Content Without Setting Up A Blogview story

http://techcrunch.com – Checkthis received a major update today, making it more than ever a visual complement to the text-only updates on social networks. The service enables users to create compelling posters and share them with their friends. But users now get realtime reactions, a web profile with all of their posters, and notifications. (IT news)

Mobile Burstview story

http://techcrunch.com – I use my phone far more than I use a computer these days. If you’re not already, soon, you’ll be doing the same. Yes, a huge part of this is that it’s a device that is always with you. But recently, there’s something else I’ve noticed too. For a few services out there, I far prefer to use their apps instead of their websites. (IT news)

Official Twitter app gets updated with photo filters, wages war against Instagramview story

http://www.talkandroid.com –   It’s no secret that Twitter has been tightening its belt when it comes to allowing its competition to access its services. Today Twitter tightens that belt one notch tighter with an update to its official Twitter app that adds photo filters. This seems to be a direct attack against its biggest photo sharing competitor – Instagram. (IT news)

With 200K Paid Members In 4 Months, Adobe Adds Teams To Creative Cloud, Subscriber-Exclusive Updates To Photoshop CS6view story

http://techcrunch.com – Adobe is hosting an event today to show off some new updates it’s making for its Creative Cloud offerings, but here’s an advance look: The service is getting a number of exclusive updates that seem clearly designed to paint it as the upgrade path of choice, vs. (IT news)