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today's leftovers:

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  • Top 5 Firefox addons that enhance your web experience
  • Interview With Zeev Suraski – CTO Zend, Co-creator PHP
  • KDE Teams over the years
  • MacBook 2.1 : The Best Linux Distro
  • From openSUSE 11.2 to Kubuntu 9.10 - Part 1
  • Open sound series: Part 1 - The Freesound Project
  • What I Have Against Contextual Design and Personas
  • C is number one!
  • AMD Launches FirePro V8800 Graphics Card
  • The future of MySQL in a post-Sun world
  • You like Linux? Tell it to the world
  • New element discovered: Ununseptium
  • Bug fixing in Gentoo: How we are performing #2
  • PaleXO is Deploying OLPC to Palestinian Schools
  • CompTIA and Linux Professional Institute Join Forces
  • Linux Outlaws 144 - No Muppetry Included

some odds & ends:

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  • Metadata Performance: Running New Benchmarks
  • Installing Debian Linux; experiences, thoughts and opinions...
  • Using audio plugi-ins in Linux
  • Nokia looks to regain tablet relevance, plans new tablet
  • Moving to an Open Source LMS: 3 Stories
  • The oddest places to find Linux
  • XBMC Gets Working Intel VA-API Support
  • GCC 4.5 Release Candidate Is Finally Here
  • Microsoft and Patents
  • The Linux Foundation Wants Your "We're Linux" Contest Videos
  • Fedora 13 – See What’s New!
  • XML expert says Microsoft's OOXML fails standards test
  • Photoshop VS. GIMP
  • Egypt: Linux InstallFest a Success!
  • Is Linux the answer to PC woes?

today's leftovers:

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  • A sneak peak at GNOME 3
  • Announcing Aurorae Designer
  • Four Open Source Invoicing Apps Worth Checking Out
  • Portable Ubuntu 9.10 for Windows [Runs Ubuntu Inside Windows]
  • Linux: Memory Compaction
  • Forget about IBM; it looks like HP might need to buy Novell
  • How to tell if your open source project will fail
  • To boldly go and conquer
  • News from the Zypper Revolution
  • Kleo Bare Metal Backups review
  • Canonical announces phone sync for Ubuntu One subscribers
  • VIA M'SERV: the Perfect Little Linux Box?
  • Returning to Linux, where to start? Part 1

odds & ends:

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  • Software Wars through the ages
  • Lyrebird: from the ashes of songbird
  • Fun with DVDs on Linux
  • Mockup: Opera 10.5x + Ubuntu 10.04
  • Linux Action Show s11e06 - VirtualBox vs VMware

few leftovers:

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  • A Look At All Ubuntu Mascots
  • Android vs Maemo - Hands on Review
  • A further note about SCO v. Novell
  • Nvidia Tegra2 and Gentoo: Part Two (Running Gentoo!)
  • DtO: Mano a Mano with Cult of SEO

some leftovers:

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  • Mozilla: 'no plans' to bundle Flash with Firefox
  • QA with IBM's Dan Frye: "Everything Has Changed"
  • The jury has spoken, but SCO is still here
  • 7 Easter Eggs on Linux / UNIX
  • Best Firefox Add-On: Cool Previews
  • FLOSS Weekly 115: The ACM/IEEE Super Computing Challenge
  • Linux Outlaws 143 - Lime Neeson

some shorts:

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  • Retiring from Gentoo
  • New laptop
  • A stable kernel release storm
  • Arch on the Meso
  • Italian court rules free software preference is legal
  • RMS and Tim Berners-Lee: Separated at Birth?
  • pc-bsd-a quick tour of the desktop
  • X.Org Server 1.8.0 Is Here

today's leftovers:

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  • Acer to bring out dual-boot Windows/Android netbook
  • Google’s Empire In Progress with Don’t Be Evil Motto (Video)
  • Google Asks, "Are You Done With That Sandwich?"
  • Debian Squeeze Linux - Where Is It?
  • Linux on your iPhone
  • Perl 4, Back Where It Belongs
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 5 - April Fools
  • Interview with Andrzej Wasylkowski from the checkmycode project
  • Official Statement Objecting BBC/OFCOM Proposal
  • MeeGo gets going: source code and developer builds available
  • Using Alexandria
  • Firefox claims 40% of Euro browser share
  • GNU Generation 2.0
  • Introducing Larval Editor
  • Wtf? The US FDA Just Banned Caffeine?
  • Root of Cult of SEO
  • Update on Ubuntu Buttons
  • PureOS 2.0 Screenshots
  • One Laptop Per Child delivers 200 XO computers to NT kids
  • The best windows emulator for Linux
  • Sony's PS3 Drops Linux; Why You Should Care
  • Linux Link Tech Show #347 - 3/31/10

today's leftovers:

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  • Stone Soup 0.6.0
  • openSUSE FAIL page
  • Coming Soon: X Server 1.8
  • On highly customizing that open source code
  • Makagiga - Easy-to-use application for doing a variety of tasks
  • Linux and Small Business: The Ongoing Disconnect
  • Enterprise Open Source is Booming
  • Oracle will cut Sun's open source
  • What’s in a name? Still open source
  • Replacement coloured indicator message alert icons for Lucid
  • A K12 Educator’s Guide to Open Source Software
  • Gartner Smackdown on Open Core
  • State Leaders Weigh In on Open Source Assessment
  • New Zealand govt against software patents
  • Viewnior 1.0 Released; still fast, awesome image viewer
  • Happy Birthday, Gentoo!
  • E-mail: See it here, see it there, with Sync Mail Dir
  • What's inside your home is yours, except computer files
  • Zotac MAG HD-ND01 Nettop review
  • Ubuntu 10.04 Beta One Released – My First Impressions

today's leftovers:

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  • KDE: Kate Tabify Plugin
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise 11's renewal plans
  • SCO Wants to Sell Java Patent
  • GNOME's Empathy instant messaging client hits v2.30, matures
  • Making mobile Linux work
  • Chelsea School Uses Ubuntu To Create VMampache
  • OpenSSL 1.0.0 arrives
  • What your web browser says about you
  • Asa Dotzler: a ten year old dream realized
  • Are you being watched online?
  • Linux phone ships with RF-enabled keyfob panic button
  • Live CD full of mini-games
  • Geek Of The Week: Bill Joy
  • OIN Extends the Linux Ecosystem as Guest-tek Becomes Licensee
  • Meet Dash, a new file browser
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 - GF100 Has Landed
  • SFLS - Episode 0x24: Directors and Conferences
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