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Evidently NCR is working on something close to your suggestion for the GE oven. Check out:
Maybe you can have Jin make it dual boot Win2k and Linux when it comes out...
For about a year, I have been running Exceed on top of NT to access Unix machines. At first, I was a bit uncomfortable with the small amount of real-estate on my machine. While I was spoiled by an X on Mac setup with two monitors seven years ago, I knew better to try to try the same thing with PC hardware for another few years.
Then someone pointed out Desktop Switcher to me. I was skeptical at first as I have always found virtual window managers pretty annoying. But I found Desktop Switcher quite streamlined and simple: Drag the mouse all the way to the right hand side of the screen, and click to switch to the other desktops. (Like the Macintosh menus, you can perform this gesture without ever looking at the screen at all.) I can switch between my Windows desktop and the Unix windows in an instant.
I recommend Desktop Switcher highly as an ultra-cheap replacement for a multi-monitor setup. (No screwdrivers necessary!...
I've given up on having a drawing tool. I simply can't draw.For simple schematics, I have found the Microsoft Draw program to be pretty useful. (It comes as an addition to Microsoft Office, not to be confused with PhotoDraw.) It has adequate support for gravity and a nice library of common shapes and arrows.
...I can't believe I am promoting a Microsoft product, but I do believe it is one of their better products....
Probably the most sensible discount for traveling to the bootcamp via MBTA Commuter Rail is to get a 12-pass. The exact price depends on the zones you cross but usually you get 12 passes for the price of 10. You can pick these passes up at the counter at South Station. There are such things as monthly Commuter Rail passes which may be cost-effective if you have to take the T to commuter-rail.