ChatGPT in YOUR Terminal

AI and ChatGPT is possible in your Windows, macOS, and Linux terminal! In this article, we cover a small utility called tgpt that will allow you to run AI prompts in your terminal without the need for API keys. From its GitHub page, the application is described as “a cross-platform CLI (command-line) tool that lets … Read more

These Linux Distros are ACTUALLY FREE. Stallman Approved!

Linux is open-source software; however, most Linux distributions usually include some non-free software. Whether it’s proprietary blobs or drivers for running certain types of hardware, or it’s a distribution that ships Google Chrome by default for some reason… While the core of a distribution is usually FOSS software, there are still proprietary elements on most … Read more

Chrome OS Flex is a NIGHTMARE!

Chrome OS Flex is a way to run Chrome OS on almost any computer you would like, even if it isn’t a Chromebook. What we’ll be going through is the pros and cons, the installation process, and my personal experience with it, as I’ve been playing around with Chrome OS Flex on all the devices … Read more