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OpenOffice.org 3.0 now in a browser with Ulteo

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Linux
Web
OOo

The latest and full featured version of OpenOffice.org 3.0 is now available through Ulteo.com using a web browser with a single click of a mouse. No download or installation process of the productivity suite is required.

Give your old PowerPC Mac a new lease of life with Ubuntu Linux

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Ubuntu

itwire.com: Windows Vista gets a bad rap for its hefty hardware requirements, but it's not alone. Apple's MacOS X platform has left a lot of Macs with PowerPC G3, G4 and G5 chips out in the cold. However, Linux isn't just for the Intel set; here’s how Ubuntu to can bring new life to your old Mac too.

A look at pdftk

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Software

scottnesbitt.net: I don’t know how many ways you can create PDF files in Linux. Most applications let you save documents directly to PDF, and you can convert files to PDF quite easily. But manipulating those PDFs is a bit trickier.

Lost and Lonely "About Me"

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Software

blog.ibeentoubuntu: If you take a trip to System > Preferences > About Me, you'll notice a place for all your personal information. It's probably completely empty. You've probably never visited there before. Why would you? It's not used for anything ....

today's leftovers

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News
  • Get a Linux-powered HP netbook for $299 shipped

  • Ubuntu Server Or Desktop? Some Tips For Making The Right Pick
  • Converting Videos For The Android T-Mobile G1 Phone With Linux
  • about:mozilla 10/28
  • Linux: The Latest MF Operating System?
  • aseigo: When to Backport?
  • Properties For RandR 1.3 Discussed Again
  • Goodbye Fedora and Welcome Ubuntu!
  • Is Canonical overly paternalistic with Ubuntu?
  • New KTorrent version plugs security vulnerabilities
  • When Slackware was still an option to me...
  • Installing Gentoo Linux on PS3 - part I
  • Walmart MP3 hits 74 cents, gains Linux & Mac support
  • How to Enable Facebook Chat for Pidgin in Ubuntu
  • Ontario LinuxFest 2008
  • Reconstructor: When You Lose Your Restore CD
  • First Look: Ubuntu 8.10 Beta

KDE4 apps: digiKam

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Software

polishlinux.org: DigiKam is an application to manage your digital photos professionally, with a claim of: “Manage your photographs like a professional, with the power of Open Source”.

Using Your Linux Computer As A Media Center

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Software

makeuseof.com: If you are a Windows or Mac user, you will be familiar with Windows Media Center or Front Row that both have the ability to turn your computer into a Media Center PC. Linux users don’t have such luck as most distros do not come with a media center application pre-installed.

Sharpen Your Mind and Have Fun With Tux

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Software

linuxplanet.com: It is time to take a break from Linux commands and have some fun playing computer games. Luckily, the open source software community offers many gaming and educational choices among the other applications.

Update Twitter and FriendFeed from the Linux command line

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Linux

Here's a nice Linux command line Twitter and FriendFeed tip.

Faces behind Popular Linux Distros

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Linux

yabblog.com: Have you ever wondered who are the people behind Ubuntu, Debian, Slackware,..? Stop wondering and have a look at faces behind popular Linux Distros.

Why I don’t like Canonical

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Ubuntu

Mandriva's Adam W: Canonical is a privately-held company. It has no external shareholders and is not listed on any stock exchange. This means it has no legal obligation to provide any information to the public about its assets, liabilities, revenues, costs, or anything at all along those lines.

The Windows 7 GUI from a Linux user's perspective

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Microsoft

tgdaily.com: Today, hard core Linux users were able to view for the first time some of nifty GUI features in Microsoft's next generation desktop operation system - Windows 7. The only significant feature Linux doesn't already include natively in its many free versions is multi-touch.

some howtos:

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HowTos
  • How to listen to your XM Radio on OpenSUSE 11, the "easy" way

  • Share Ubuntu folders with Windows (samba)
  • Manipulating CD/DVD images with AcetoneISO2
  • Bash: Piping to a Shell Script
  • Use DropBox to seamlessly sync files
  • Ubuntu: Change Sensitivity of the Synaptics Touchpad
  • Setup a Rsync server on Gentoo
  • Audacity Tutorial part 2 – applying effects
  • 50+ Resources For Your Linux Setup/Desktop/Machine/Brain

Michael Robertson Sues Me to Impede My Freedom of Speech

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Linux
Legal

kevincarmony.blogspot: As many of you know, I have used my blog as a resource to bring to light the questionable actions of Michael Robertson, and to go public with his treatment of employees and shareholders. Today I was served with a lawsuit by Michael Robertson in an effort to obscure my blog and impede my freedom of speech.

Extenders: now 400% more pretty

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KDE

pindablog.wordpress: You might have seen the screencast about extenders in the commit-digest of a couple of weeks ago. While not much features have been added since, I have applied quite some polish. Not only in the form of bugfixes, but also in the form of a fresh new look, designed by Pinheiro.

Windows 7: A First Look

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Microsoft
  • Windows 7: A First Look

  • First look at Windows 7's User Interface
  • Windows 7: Official screenshots
  • First look: Windows 7 takes on Apple
  • Windows 7 Screenshots

Is open source old news?

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OSS
  • Is open source old news?

  • Help me! I use Open Source
  • Hard questions at the heart of open source security

The 10 lamest Firefox add-ons

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Moz/FF
  • The 10 lamest Firefox add-ons

  • FireFox 3 Add-ons Recommendation List
  • Firefox Add-ons - Manage browser add-ons in centralized manner

Linux-Based Instant-On Trend Spreads Out

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Linux
  • Linux-Based Instant-On Trend Spreads Out

  • The Race to Instant-On Computers Begins
  • Could Linux be the key to instant-on for Windows laptops?

How to sell Linux netbooks to the world

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Linux
Hardware

itwire.com: 2008 has been the year of the netbook. Since the surprise runaway success of the ASUS Eee Linux PC in 2007 there has been a surge of hardware vendors joining in. Yet MSI users have poo-pooed the use of Linux on these systems. I disagree. Here's why Linux netbooks are the future.

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