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My name is Michael Tunnell, I am a Website & Graphic Designer from Birmingham, Alabama.

I have over 11 years experience designing high quality affordable websites and graphics including logos, brochures, posters, business cards and more.

How-To Fix Your Bootloader for Changes to Intel Microcode (Arch Linux) PDF Print E-mail
Posted on December 25, 2015

Changes to Intel microcode updates - @ ArchLinux.org


I recently realized that there are a lot of people still having issues with the microcode issues on Arch Linux regarding the changes to the Intel bootloader so this is just a quick tutorial that explains how to fix it. I wrote this tutorial as a reply on the Antergos Forum over a year ago so I haven't tested this solution in over a year but after looking over it again I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work. Anyway, here is how to fix this issue.

The Mayor, William Bell vs Councilman, Marcus Lundy Tonight on RAW! PDF Print E-mail
Posted on December 16, 2015

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This morning the Birmingham City Council meeting ended abruptly due to the physical altercation between William Bell, Mayor, and Marcus Lundy, Councilman. The council of my city is known for corruption, members being arrested, wasting city money via "business trips" and now we can add having a fight during a council meeting. This morning's events were so absurd that it compelled me to make an image to commemorate the #BrawlatCityHall.


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Featured on Linux Unplugged to talk about KDE and OpenSUSE PDF Print E-mail
Posted on July 16, 2015

Linux Unplugged Episode 101 - Will Flash Be Trashed?


I was featured on an episode of Linux Unplugged this past Tuesday to talk about my recent experiences with KDE, as a GNOME fanboy, and the new core structure of OpenSUSE with Leap, Tumbleweed and SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE). It was fun to do and even though my throat kind of hurt afterwards, I will most certainly be doing it again. I might not talk as much next time though. :) As a GNOME fanboy, this episode should be interesting to a lot of people, I hope,  to hear why a GNOME fanboy is using and praising KDE. (click "read more" for the video)


KDE segment starts at 51:55 with a few minutes talking about the "Week in GNOME" article.

openSUSE segment starts at 1:19:00.



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