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  1. Vasilis's recommendation for monitor advice.
  2. Appears to be the only "web page" of the Retina version of DisplayMenu. Neat.
  3. Ultra helpful article that allowed me to manually set a resolution of 1280x1024 on a VGA monitor with the command xrandr --newmode "1280x1024_60.00" 109.00 1280 1368 1496 1712 1024 1027 1034 1063 -hsync +vsync &&xrandr --addmode VGA1 1280x1024_60.00` `
  4. Sounds like it's a solution to the green screen on plugging in a usb monitor and getting a green screen.
  5. Very simple web monitoring system that checks if a site is online and sends alerts by SMS If down. They also offer a free monit aggregation service. Plans start £3/month basic, £5/month for 5 sites every 30 seconds plus 15 sms credits / month.
  6. Hosted zabbiz service, starts at €5 per server per month. Not sure about data retention.
  7. Monitoring with a focus on browser experience. Plans are €10/month for simple, $50/month for 1 browser, $100/month upwards for the full service.
  8. A system to monitor multiple aspects of a live application in production including the page load times, server load times, mysql response times, javascript render times, and so on. Expensive.
  9. Useful post explaining that xine can be started like `xine --geometry 1920x1080+1441+0 -f /path/to/file` to automatically fullscreen on a second monitor. Handy.
  10. Forum post saying the x301 max resolution on the vga / displayport is 2048x1536. Useful.
  11. Software to control the colour temperature of screens based on the time of day. Available for linux/mac/windows. Yellower light is better for the human brain at night apparently. Seems to work.

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