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  • With Days Left, GNOME Shell Continues Advancing
  • Cutting the cost of innovation
  • Qt Compositor For Wayland Is Made
  • Linus Speaks Regarding Claims About Bionic
  • Ubuntu Users are trying to be more Elite then other Users?
  • Connect to the Internet in More Than 10 Clicks (BUG)
  • Oracle Testing Solaris 11
  • 'Audio Recorder’ for Linux: easily record audio streams to mp3
  • Bullish Option Activity Alert: RHT
  • Calendar of Open Source Events
  • Dell Inspiron Duo Convertible welcomes Jolicloud
  • Rwanda: Over 900 Teachers to Get OLPC Training
  • Hands On With Firefox 4
  • Red Hat Global Support Team Honored as a Leader in Support Excellence
  • The “bleeding edge” dilemma
  • SUSE Studio jumps on the 11.4 bandwagon

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  • Mozilla Firefox 4 Improves Memory Use
  • Installation Report: My Mother
  • Gnash 0.8.9 advances open source Flash
  • PHP developer wiki server hacked
  • Bodhi Linux: E17 and Ubuntu make a great combination
  • GNOME marketing contract: week 3
  • Top open source developers coming to Columbia SC
  • emerge libreoffice-bin
  • FireSSH – SSH in a Browser (Firefox addon)
  • New OOo Developer Snapshot
  • Simplifying Monetary Contributions to Free and Open Source Projects
  • Investor.gov using Drupal
  • Linux Adoption Curve
  • What Happened to the Obama Open Source Initiative?
  • AU: Government moves to encourage use of Open Source Software
  • PL: School curriculum to be modernised with courses on free software

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  • Gallium3D OpenGL 4.1 State Tracker Redux
  • Ubuntu Manual Project calling for Project Leader, Editor-in-Chief
  • GNOME 3 Live image, release 0.1.1
  • Help Port Small applications missing in KDE 4
  • Molten Sky Linux version
  • The Land of The Free in 2011
  • An Interview with CharlesA
  • top: The poor man’s performance analyzer
  • Resize Pictures With Picture Resizer XnConvert
  • add timestamp to a picture with free open source software
  • Gnash 0.8.9 released
  • Going Linux Mar 20: #133 - Produce An Audio Podcast Using Linux
  • DtO: They think of Everything!

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HowTos
  • Converting IMG files to ISO images
  • Beautiful Looking LibreOffice Splash Screen, A Must Try!
  • Add ISO image to apt sources.list
  • Quake Live March Content Update
  • Growing Linux Users
  • Finally upgraded to openSuSE 11.4
  • When Freedom Rings
  • Surprise! Microsoft, big Oz banks among most ethical
  • Intersperse a portrait with text in GIMP
  • Restoring configuration files on Gentoo
  • Share your 3G Internet connection over wifi
  • OpenOffice Writer Tip: Add Strikethrough Button to Toolbar

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  • Sorry, Microsoft: Still no cookie for you
  • Kuhn: Questioning The Original Analysis On The Bionic Debate
  • Directing Lemmings
  • Clip Part of a Website to Your Desktop
  • Nvidia users should avoid KDE
  • Welcoming two new Xo’s (and one is red! Smile
  • Open Source's Kith and Kindred
  • Linux Outlaws 196 - Women with Shotguns
  • 11 Years of Linux at IBM
  • DE: federal funding to develop open source business software
  • Distro Testing
  • Ubo Icons Theme - Looks Sweet!
  • The future of open source is on its way
  • BSD Magazine 2011-03: Wonders of Blender
  • Xubuntu Natty default wallpaper chosen

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  • GNOME 3 Beta – Welcome To Your New Desktop
  • Supergamer: World's First Dual-layer LiveDVD with Games
  • BackupPC
  • Password Managers
  • Qt4 GUI Styles
  • Calibre - Really Good E-Book Management Tool for Linux
  • Add Realtime Earth Wallpaper to Ubuntu with xplanetFX
  • Osmo - Simple, Easy to Use Personal Organizer for Linux
  • KTorrent 4.1 adds super-seeding support
  • Glest: Great real time strategy game for Linux
  • Heavy Rain showered with glory at Baftas
  • PHP 5.3.6 closes five security holes
  • Sintel The Game mini-update
  • Get a quad-core DIY desktop PC kit for $199.99
  • SciTE - Lightweight GTK-based Programming Editor
  • Dries: Starting to work on Drupal 8
  • Phoronix Giving Away Linux Copies Of The New Unigine Game
  • The GNU/Linux Girl Who Says Cheese
  • Going Linux Mar 16: #132 - Computer America #36

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  • Classic GNOME 3 Beta 2 (No Shell) [Video]
  • An outreach from Ubuntu to Japan
  • Ubuntu One Contacts sync heading to Thunderbird
  • Never miss a birthday again with Birthday-Aware for Ubuntu
  • Steady increase of Ubuntu jobs demands and news
  • Meet the GIMP Episode 158: Three kinds of Particles
  • 5 Best Free Torrent Clients For Linux
  • AMD Fusion E-350 Linux Performance
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 394
  • PulseCaster 0.1.8.1 released!
  • Upstart 1.1 Released
  • GNOME Control Panel: Network Status
  • Multi-GPU PRIME & GPU Hot-Switching Proposal
  • New Enlightenment snapshot in Entropy
  • LM_Sensors 3.3.0 To Hit Next Week
  • Is Linux Antivirus Software Worth It?
  • Lucid Hydra Is Still Useless On Linux
  • FLOSS Weekly 157: Joget Workflow

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  • Pinguy OS 11.04 Pre-Alpha
  • RedMonk Analytics Custom and The State of Novell
  • GnuCash 2.4.4 released
  • Opera: CSS gradients, WebP, and Declarative UI
  • Opera: Sychronized Speed Dial 2.0
  • Rounded π day story
  • Free as in Freedom: Episode 0x0B
  • Gentoo-sources 2.6.38 released
  • AMD Fusion Falters With Linux 2.6.38 Final
  • Multitouch in Ubuntu 11.04
  • Awoken 1.9 Icon Set Brings in a Darker Version
  • Timeline: The Greatest Show on Earth (Canonical & GNOME)
  • GNOME and Canonical Bruehaha Awesome
  • Survey Reveals Churn in Server OS Market
  • Review: Blender 2.5 Lighting and Rendering
  • Free Software University
  • 9th Annual PIM Meeting Renews Commitment

today's leftovers:

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  • GCC 4.6 Release Candidate Comes w/o P1 Regressions
  • Open Source Revenue Models: Red Hat’s Tactics and Strategies
  • Empathy 3.0 adds contact blocking (finally)
  • More Ubuntu Unity Integration for Thunderbird…
  • Photivo - Free and open source photo processor
  • A Group Of FFmpeg Developers Just Forked As Libav
  • A blueprint for open source software adoption
  • ZFS for Linux 0.7.0 released
  • FreeBSD Events update
  • GNOME marketing contract: week 2, week 1
  • Project Neon is back!
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 6 March 2011
  • It's not an address book
  • PingWin Software Joins Linux Foundation
  • Local government 'detached' from open source benefits
  • Open source news publishing platform gets $975,000 grant
  • LinuxGamecast 0 A.D. Alpha 4 Daedalus – First Look

today's leftovers:

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HowTos
  • Canonical and GNOME: the Atlantic chasm?
  • Profiling my home server power consumption
  • Nokia’s risks
  • An Ubuntu Wallpaper
  • Plymouth Manager- boot manager in Ubuntu
  • Manage Photos from Multiple digiKam Installations
  • Install Zorin Splash Screen Manager On Ubuntu 11.04
  • Firefox VP: Say Goodbye to Flash
  • Changing hostname on OpenSUSE
  • A New CPU, Power Monitoring Utility
  • Using Taskwarrior Instead Of Emacs+Org Mode For To-Do / Appointments
  • create a pop art effect in GIMP
  • Opensuse 11.4 arrives with another kernel and more drivers
  • Writing my own Package Manager (syn), Part III, Part II, Part I
  • Customise Ubuntu with GRUB
  • Backup permissions in linux
  • LAS s15e10 | openSUSE 11.4 Review
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