It looks like I may have bad hardware, though. The internal SD card reader appears borked, and corrupts things it rights to, or tries to boot off of. I'm debating what to do as I don't really want to send it off, and the little USB SD card reader I have works perfectly.
I've found it to be a bit slow for video. It's awesome as an ebook reader, though. It's essentially completely replaced my work Windows laptop as a "carry everywhere" laptop.
I've tried running Ubuntu on it, and while it has more packages, it has enough annoyances (like crappy wireless) that I've given up and stuck with the Xandros that came with it. (With extra repositories.)
In "I'm on a diet" news, I got one of those new spiffy body-fat measuring scales, and am a bit puzzled. It claims that I am roughly %28.9 fat, 34.9% muscle, %47.8 water and %3.7 bone. I guess to fix those numbers, I'm going to have to give it %110. Also not confidence inspiring is the way the percent muscle and fat can vary by %1 in successive weighings.
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