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today's leftovers:

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  • Imagination, a light weight DVD slideshow maker for Linux
  • Tech Tip: Meld for Visual Diffs
  • Emesene 1.5 - The BEST Messenger for MSN?
  • A POVRAy Modeler - Some Progress
  • Top 3 Linux password managers
  • Ubuntu man finds metalove in Debian attacks
  • Trinity's Humanitarian Open Source Software Project Snags Major Grant
  • Fedora documentation team switching to CC-BY-SA license
  • Stable kernels 2.6.27.36, 2.6.30.9, and 2.6.31.2 released
  • Top 10 things I have learned since the start of the Linux experiment
  • Paris region to launch open source workflow portal for schools
  • Cisco "Think inside the box" contest finalists answer my questions
  • The Pre and Me: A Review of the Palm Pre
  • Twinkle Softphone: Review

some shorts:

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  • KDE 4
  • Linux Mint 7 (Gloria) KDE
  • Plymouth Gets An X11 Renderer Plug-In

today's leftovers:

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  • Linux Outlaws 114 - LinuxCon 2009 Special
  • Using an Epson Perfection V30 scanner in Linux
  • Linux Mint
  • Firefox Tips
  • Search Your Files Using Catfish
  • LiberKey applications work on Debian through Wine
  • Free software is so easy…you don’t even need a keyboard
  • Fedora: XZ takes over Gzip in RPM
  • The Linux Command Line - Third Draft Now Available
  • 2009 Gentoo 10 Screenshot Winners
  • Using Gentoo on a server without C++ compiler
  • October morning sky fills with planets
  • When a laptop’s too much, try a netbook
  • Linux's biggest failing
  • Some Linux Shell Commands

few leftovers:

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HowTos
  • Linux / UNIX: Restrict Access To A Given Command
  • Computers make big difference for families in need
  • Use this iptables script for Web/Mail server security
  • Launch Application Menu In Ubuntu With Windows Key
  • Gnome Find Drive Serial Number
  • Steuben ARC switched to Linux after hack

today's leftovers:

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  • Lightweight Arora web browser turns 0.10.0
  • The Redmond Hype Machine Revs Its Engines — Again
  • Tiny Core Linux 2.3 : Linux 2u
  • Changes to releases.ubuntu.com rsync/FTP access
  • 4.4 million-year-old pre-human ancestor "Ardi" discovered
  • Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Beta: First Looks
  • IBM's developerWorks portal celebrates 10th anniversary
  • X.org Server 1.7.0 released
  • xkcd - you're a linux user
  • Linux Australia: Linux.conf.au domain has a future
  • Plugins and static libraries don't mix well
  • Strength of support models and symbiosis for free and open source software
  • Meet the GIMP Episode 121: Transparent Transformations and Getting Rich with GIMP

today's leftovers:

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  • The OpenBlockS 600 is a Linux server that fits in your palm
  • FSF offering "GNU Bucks" for finding nonfree works in free distributions
  • Kings of open source monitoring
  • No FOSS for Palm app catalog says Netscape pioneer
  • KDE + PulseAudio != Sucks
  • Heileen 2 Announced
  • Patents May Cause Issues For OpenGL 3 In Mesa
  • Linux microserver speeds up
  • Open source groups to merge
  • When An Open Source Company Gets Acquired, What Happens to the Project?
  • Chrome and Chromium for Linux Dev Builds Get Extension Manager
  • Open Source software growing in importance
  • Instant-On Linux: Who Wins With It?
  • Korea Cottons on to the Microsoft Monoculture
  • Mozilla Firefox, Disconnected Installer

today's leftovers:

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  • UK needs to be more open to open source
  • What Light on Yonder gov.uk Site Breaks?
  • Will Friction Between Microsoft and Open-Source Community Cause Flames?
  • Further Reflections on the CodePlex Foundation: The Glass Half Full
  • Portland Plans to Become Open Source Mecca
  • The wrong marketing for open source
  • Computer dream sees light of day
  • One laptop per child
  • Economics and virtualization stunt Linux server growth
  • Gentoo 10.0, Sabayon 5.0, Entropy, New Servers
  • Two Linux smartphones set for October release in U.S.
  • Moving to an IDE for programming (Eclipse with PyDev)
  • Wow, I am Surprised that Linux is Bloated
  • C is for Crap
  • End Users Meet Year End
  • The $300 Home-Brew Street-View Camera
  • Ubuntu Moblin Remix walkthrough – Video
  • There’s More to Dropbox Than Piracy
  • 2009 Is The Year of GNU/Linux On The Desktop
  • Proposed X.org development cycle changes
  • 10 of the Best Free Linux Web Browsers
  • Novell forces customers to pay for maintenance
  • Mandriva: Some things just take time
  • Linux Outlaws 113 - Remember Cancún?
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 1 Episode 18

today's leftovers:

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  • Mac OSX-like theme for your GNOME desktop
  • Ten Of The Best GNOME Themes
  • 10 Days of Ubuntu 10.10 Feature Requests Day 8, Day 7
  • GDM Updated In Karmic Alpha 6
  • Mozilla VP: Chrome Frame is the wrong answer
  • Open-Source Software: An All-Star Lineup
  • Ohio Linuxfest 2009 Review
  • What does advertising say about open source?
  • List of features of OpenOffice.org 3.2
  • 25 years of GNU - support software freedom
  • Plymouth Gets A DRM Renderer Plug-In
  • Dropbox hits two million Windows, Mac and Linux users
  • multiple inheritance - why still using it
  • The Myth of Crowdsourcing
  • HP "Entertainment PC" Revisited
  • Open Source and Open Standards at Home
  • Moblin Brings Btrfs into View, Eschews Ext4
  • IDC: Organisations adopt open source to reduce expenses
  • Congrats Fabio!
  • Karmic Beta Testing
  • Kubuntu Beta Candidate Testing Needed
  • Is open source software finding a home in Whitehall?
  • Q&A With A Post-Microsoft Sam Ramji

today's leftovers:

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  • Mandriva 2010 backgrounds contribution
  • Nvidia Releases OpenCL Drivers
  • Great new features in OOo 3.2
  • 5 of the most popular Linux powered mobile devices of 2009
  • Open source can save schools billions
  • User Agent Switcher keeps Ubuntu usable at College
  • Rutgers using Drupal
  • More SMBs are adopting open source
  • Osmos Coming to Linux
  • Aquaria Coming to Linux
  • With Zipit, who needs a netbook?
  • Open source is a platform, not a product
  • Neterion, Intel, Red Hat Jointly Demonstrate Single Root I/O Virtualization Technology
  • So I “Hacked” My Crappy MP3 Player
  • Google's Doodles: 10 of the best including UFOs and Googlle
  • Quirky Wallpaper Series: Random NASA Wallpaper Script

today's odds & ends

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  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #161
  • Mozilla developers move to Palm
  • 10 Open-Source Developments You Need To Know About
  • Learning to love vim
  • Linux Networking and the Intel Atom D945GCLF2
  • Power to the user
  • Xtra Ordinary OS Review: Better than Ubuntu
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