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few leftovers:

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  • The Project Of Linux Documentation
  • Why natural language interfaces suck
  • KDE 4.4 Solid Auto Mount Enhancements
  • G&P: Latency
  • Calculate Linux 10.0 released
  • KDE 4.3.4 now available for PCLinuxOS
  • Gaming Briefs: Bloodfronteer Beta2, Tremulous 1.2 gameplay beta, Nexuiz
  • Fun Sites To Find Out What Your Name Says About You
  • Going Linux = Dec 05: #086 - Listener Feedback

some leftovers:

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  • FreeNAS ready for the next step – Future of FreeNAS
  • Pentoo 2009.0 Screenshots
  • Building Dream Machines, Studio PC and Media Server
  • Video Review: Nokia N900
  • Red Hat's CEO on Obama jobs summit – 'Creating jobs the open source way'
  • Update to openSUSE.org
  • KDE 4.4 Beta 1 experiences (openSUSE howto)
  • Need A College Degree? How About One In Growing Marijuana?
  • G&P: We All Had Our Dreams
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2009.12.04
  • Meet the GIMP - Episode 128: Beam it up, F-SPOT

today's leftovers:

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  • Alice, where have you been all my life?
  • Building OpenOffice.org with GNU make
  • FUDCon F13: Another SNAFU
  • Gamer completes fairytale: From PlayStation to real-life pro track racing
  • Rwanda: Workforce Authority Joins OLPC Drive
  • Imitation IS The Sincerest Form Of Flattery
  • Linux Outlaws 125 - Voltron's Head
  • Linux Basement: Episode 47 - Alfresco and GDNS
  • Using Your iPod with (K)ubuntu 9.10
  • Legitimate Limitations On Freedom Of Speech
  • Performous Is Like Rock Band for Your Linux PC
  • The Windows 7 License can make you love free software

today's leftovers:

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  • Support keeps coming for community open source
  • Qt: More, More, More
  • What Have We Learned from OLPC?
  • Building a Virtual Bridge to Linux Migration
  • A close look at the Android OS
  • World's First Linux Laptop Orchestra
  • Mandriva 2010 One Top Notch Version For Wireless Or Multimedia Use
  • SUSE powers virtual appliances
  • Top 10 Vaporware Letdowns of 2009
  • Objections to Sealing the AutoZone Agreement
  • Photo Sharing with Opera Unite
  • Forbes Russia using Drupal
  • Bologna achieves vendor independence for its office applications

today's leftovers:

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  • kde-testing overlay *renamed* – qt and kde status in gentoo
  • The sorry state of Python in Debian
  • BBC using Drupal
  • Radeon DRM Driver Gets New Branches
  • GCC 4.5 Steps Closer To Release
  • linux DVD backup tools
  • Tribulations of a packager (2)
  • What Journalists Can Learn From the FOSS Community
  • DeviceKit-disks Renames Itself To UDisks
  • My Story of Mercurial and Subversion
  • 12 Indispensable Web Design Apps for Ubuntu
  • Command Line Software Management
  • Adobe Flash Player 10 for 64-bit Linux coming Dec 8
  • Open Source Tweeting
  • The Linux Gazette Needs You
  • Chromium: Why it isn't in Fedora yet as a proper package
  • Linux Outlaws 124 - Coughffice
  • FLOSS Weekly 97: eXist-db

today's leftovers:

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  • Diet Chrome OS is smaller, faster, has better hardware support
  • What if Oracle's buyout of Sun falls through?
  • GNOME's Zeitgeist 0.3 Reworks The API, Engine
  • The New Economics of Open Source in the Enterprise
  • Fully packaged Drupal distributions now deployed on drupal.org
  • Mozilla announce Extend Firefox winners
  • Ubuntu Lucid To Use Plymouth; Non-Intel Users To Lose Out?
  • KDE Multitouch screencast overload
  • A Little Virtual Machine Recreation
  • Newsflash for GE, you're already using 'risky' open source
  • AntiX-M8.5 beta release is available for testing
  • Options Spotlight: Red Hat Inc.
  • GE European CIO calls open source risky, playground — really?
  • Gentoo wins again with Python 3
  • 74% of the world, Google’s Chrome OS is not for you
  • BBC Podcast: Martin Owens - English translation of the Ubunchu manga
  • OpenLogic Now Supporting CentOS
  • Mark Speaks; New Artwork, Messaging Applet Improvements, ChromeOS
  • DtO: KKK chat
  • SugarCRM Gets a True Open Source Visionary in Larry Augustin
  • Gentoo service announcement: keep clear of GNU patch-2.6
  • Acer's crippled GNU/Linux
  • Linux Vs Windows Which One to Pick?

today's leftovers:

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  • Fun with SUSE Studio
  • Mozilla Sea Monkey
  • Hosted Version of the Drupal CMS is Taking Shape
  • What's new with Acquia?
  • Beagle Search Tool Fetches Data From Deep Inside Your Linux System
  • Red Hat To Support Meals On Wheels This Holiday Season
  • Explosive Netbook Growth Expected to Slow
  • On KDE notifications
  • Google chart shows which netbooks run Chrome OS best
  • Open source: No vow of poverty (or get-rich-quick scheme)
  • Nokia plans just one Linux phone next year
  • Android And Chrome OS: Google Vs. Google?
  • DE: Open source professorship at University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
  • Linux PDF viewers

today's howtos & leftovers:

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HowTos
  • A Broken Debian unstable/testing Installation
  • How to use Wiimotes w/ Linux
  • Are open source programmers fools and suckers?
  • How to beat proxy using ssh
  • Insiders are selling; should you?
  • Former MySQL boss Marten Mickos talks open source
  • xset
  • Recover lost photos from a camera card with PhotoRec
  • Simple Linux disk burning with Brasero
  • advanced course for Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administrators
  • How to use Redirection and Pipes on Linux System
  • GIMP: Reducing UI Clutter, Docking Bars Removed
  • Key sequence to kill the X server (Control + Alt + Backspace)
  • DtO: after the KKK
  • How to make KVM virtual machines in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4

today's leftovers:

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  • Finally Some Good Use For The Firefox Home Button
  • It’s better because it’s open source?
  • Now Playing: 'DejaVu Sans' Font
  • Top 10 Cross-Platform Apps that Run on Windows, OS X, and Linux
  • 10 Linux Commands for Fun
  • Device automounting in KDE 4.4
  • KDE Community and Apliki Cooperate on Understandable Icons
  • Make Mistakes
  • Mollom: A solution to comment spam
  • NL: Procurement's preference for open source fails to attract vendors
  • Does Chrome OS mean anything for schools?

today's odds & ends and howtos:

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  • Creating a Text Logo in Blender
  • How to update a distro's iso to new one with zsync
  • Drupal: Get started the easy way
  • Convert Ubuntu 9.10 into Windows 7 thru Transformation Pack
  • Customize Ubuntu Desktop
  • Octoshape on linux (Gentoo, Ubuntu, fedora, etc. absolutely)
  • Ubuntu Software Centre "No Install Button" problem.....
  • Yellow Dog Linux Selling PS3 with Linux Pre-Installed
  • New Firefox 3.6 Beta Enables Local File Handling
  • X Server 1.7.2 Released
  • FREE online editon of Linux+ magazine
  • Getting NetworkManager work with pppoe connection on Ubuntu 9.10
  • DtO: KKK Day 6
  • Meet the GIMP Episode 127: Octave Sharpening
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