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Nebula Core is a privately owned an operated "cloud services" provider built and maintained by Victor Rossi, a hobbyist designer, photographer, and tech enthusiast. Nebula Core is the central component in a growing network of machines and services, and aims to reduce Nebula users' reliance on major cloud platform providers like Google or Amazon.
If you've got a Nebula account (formerly Catserver account), log in with your credentials in the upper right. Having an account allows you to access the full array of features and services offered by Nebula Core, and allows you to provide some feedback, if you see fit. It's pretty neato.
If you need an account, send me an email and I'll set you up. Due to limited resources, accounts are only provided to friends and family at this time.
Like with Windows 7 and Vista before it, I spared no hesitation loading up my computer with Microsoft's latest creation, and over the last few hours I've been evaluating (playing with) it extensively. There are many things here to like, and some very notable improvments, but overall I find myself wondering: Should I have stuck with 7?
If you've read or seen anything about Win 8, you'll know what I'm talking about - this OS is all about metro. Unlike some, including myself, had initially hoped, there's just no escaping it. The start menu that's been around since Windows 95 is no more, replaced with a full screen metro tile layout, similar to that of the Xbox 360 or a Windows Phone 7 device. It's purpose has changed as well, no longer being a place primarily to quickly access programs and functions, but instead acting as a home for Windows 8's new "metro apps". These apps are, for all intents and purposes, identical to mobile "apps" we've all... [Read more]