Y Combinator Of Education Imagine K12 Launches Its 3rd Cohort, Bringing The Digital Revolution To Classrooms Near Youview story

http://techcrunch.com – The number of startup accelerators has grown exponentially over the last few years. There are now over 100 of them scattered throughout the U.S. — a fairly dramatic increase from 2007, when there were just about four, according to Y Combinator’s estimates. Today, when it seems that every vertical — mobile, gaming, hardware, etc. (IT news)

Multiple vlans access to shared pbx systemview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm new to networking and was looking for some assistance. First off I'm using packet tracer to diagram my scenario as I will be receiving my equipment next week to deploy. Hardware to be used: 2 catalyst 3560 switches all connect to a sonic wall router I have two companies that work in the same office space. I need to keep these companies separate on their own vlan. (HowTos)

Google App Engine Back Up After Major Service Disruption – Dropbox and Tumblr Also Sufferview story

http://techcrunch.com – Update: Google App Engine is back up. They just issued a statement: Google App Engine has now been restored and users should see service returning to normal. Our team is still continuing to investigate and determine the root cause of the issue. We know that many of our customers rely on App Engine for their mission critical applications. (IT news)

Developer Auction Racks Up $78 Million More Bids, Expands To LAview story

http://techcrunch.com – Last month we wrote about DevelopersAuction, a company that lets startups “bid” on developers who are looking for work. During the first two-week long auction companies made $30 million worth of offers from companies like Quora and Dropbox. (IT news)

HTC Sweetens The Deal For Its Windows And One Phones With Best Deals Service In Europeview story

http://techcrunch.com – To drive more consumers to its handsets in Europe, HTC is turning to exclusive content. Today the company is launching a daily deals service called Best Deals, which is rolling out today in the UK, Italy, Germany, France and Spain. (IT news)

Dropbox taking too much CPU timeview story

http://askubuntu.com – I recently noticed that Dropbox is taking about 50-90% of my CPU for more than just a few seconds sometimes - mostly when downloading/syncing many or large files. Still, I guess that even when syncing a lot of data, there's no reason to use that much CPU (perhaps network or disk..) Any ideas or suggestions? (running on Ubuntu 12.04 on Lenovo X220 with SSD Drive) (HowTos)

[lubuntu] Enabling xattrsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – How do I turn on xattrs support? I know it is in the fstab file, but I don't know for sure what I need to change. I'm VERY new to Linux. I need to enable it because I am having problems with file from Dropbox syncing to my computer and the Dropbox website says to enable xattrs. (Hardware)

[all variants] Bash script errorview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I'm posting this in hopes that someone can help me solve my dilemma. I have created a script which I found in the following link: http://www.labnol.org/software/print...n-linux/17841/ This is supposed to enable moving a file to a Dropbox folder named PrintQueue and then have it sent to a remote printer when the script runs. The script is giving me problems. (Hardware)

A couple of things.view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Just did a waldorf install with the 2012-10-15 32bit PAE image and everything went well in general. I would like to point out a couple of things:1. After installing dropbox and changing the conky to what I usually use, the startup script would get stuck at running conky. It would move on fine after killing conky. (HowTos)

Don’t Call The New Microsoft Surface RT A Tablet, This Is A PCview story

http://techcrunch.com – The Microsoft Surface RT is a PC. It’s not a mobile device and it’s not a tablet, it’s a PC. And Microsoft’s first self-branded computer. It is, in short, the physical incarnation of Microsoft’s Windows 8. The expectations and competition for the Surface are daunting. (IT news)