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Top 15 Uses for Duct Tape:

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cybernet: The list of uses for duct tape could probably be endless and I’m sure most of you would agree. I think it’s safe to say that the list of things you can do with duct tape is much larger than the list of things you can’t do! Here’s CyberNet’s 15 uses for duct tape!

Top Ten Rejected Ubuntu Version Names

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Linux Online: Linux Online has obtained internal memos from the Ubuntu project regarding the codenames they choose for different releases of Ubuntu. For the first time, we're providing the names that were debated by the development team but were eventually rejected as official Ubuntu version codenames.

Meet Linux Genuine Advantage

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p2pnet: Are you a Linux user who’s feeling disadvantaged, ignored and unloved because you don’t have Microsoft’s Windows Genuine Advantage looking out for you? Be troubled no more.

A KDE branded bus in Turkey.

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As I had no other choice but to come back on time to I don't know exactly what state things are at work I had to use a bus to come back to Ankara from Bodrum. At the last rest stop in Afyon I saw a bus number plate that tickled my fancy so much I had to take a photo of it to share with you.

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The Golden Penguin Bowl at LinuxWorld (underground video)

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Humor The Golden Penguin Bowl is a perennial LinuxWorld event frequented by inner-circle types and shunned by the humorless. The format is simple: two teams, the Geeks and the Nerds, answer a series of not-serious technical and movie/TV trivia questions and possibly engage in other feats of derring-do, such as a robot face-off. One team wins, the other team loses.

Windows share as seen by Mac OS X Leopard

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radr: A friend of mine got his copy of Leopard and it looks like the Apple team dropped a funny easter egg when viewing a Windows share.

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The worst open source project names

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Humor The GIMP. It sounds more like something you'd drag out of a dark box in your hidden underground lair than an image manipulation program -- and yet, someone, somewhere, thought it was a great name. It still secures first place on my list, but we'll move on to the more interesting ones now.


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Newsvine: People have been arguing about which Linux desktop environment is better for years. However, we need a "rational" way to decide. So, I've put together a list of things to compare the two.

NewsFlash: Microsoft has Anti-Linux weapon

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ittoolbox blogs: According to the article Microsoft has released a new weapon against linux. In this article the author claims to have seen this new weapon as is evidenced here: "we were allowed a glimpse of this innovative product, codenamed “Precision Patent Penguin Powergun”

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    As you already know, Wireshark is an open-source protocol analyzer software, very used for monitoring the network traffic.
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