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todays' leftovers:

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  • 10 important Security and privacy addons for Firefox
  • What would it take for you to switch to Linux?
  • The Netbook World Summit, a major IT event
  • ClearFoundation Unveils ClearOS 5.1
  • Launchpad Bug Filing Changes for Ubuntu
  • A Skeptical Look At The Linux Server Botnet
  • Linux-ready Linutop mini-PC powers up
  • Oracle *could* kill off MySQL as a commercial product, but probably won’t
  • libzypp-6.16.0: Download policies for commit
  • SFLC: Episode 0x16: Documentation Licensing and the Google Books Settlement Objection
  • Run Evernote in Ubuntu Linux with Wine
  • Preview of LinuxCon 2009
  • The Apache Software Foundation to Host Most Extensive Conference Program to Date
  • OOo4Kids, um OpenOffice para crianças
  • LCA2010 Schedule is now available

some shorts:

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  • Who's developing Linux?
  • Announcing Lifesaver
  • Ubuntu 9.10 Installer Screenshots
  • New Developer Build of OOo 3.x
  • Dell Latitude with ubuntu
  • The Many Uses of Screen

today's leftovers:

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  • The CodePlex Foundation: First Impressions (and Recommendations)
  • LinuxCon Keynote Series: An Interview with IBM’s Bob Sutor
  • The Bluecurve Theme For GNOME
  • Indie Game Studio Amazed At Linux Sales
  • Break Free with gNewSense 2.3
  • REVIEW: Webconverger 5.5
  • Managing Linux and Mac Fileshares in Windows
  • Home smart grid system runs Linux
  • Linux botnet discovery points to lazy administrators
  • The Linux botweb story that wasn't ...
  • SpiceBird 0.7 – Strong bird to your fleet
  • Extra Extra: An Interview with Matthew Helmke
  • Gecko Edubook Running wattOS
  • The Internet at 40: What's next?
  • Google File System II stalked by open-source elephant
  • Good News, id Tech 5 Is Likely Coming To Linux
  • Karmic Gets New IM Session Status Icons (!)
  • Laurus Technologies Expands Reach with Red Hat Partnership
  • JAVAAAAAAARGH.
  • Flash Wins! Hoo-freaking-ray! Adobe are so awesome!
  • Apple opens Grand Central; challenges impede Linux adoption
  • Changing the World
  • Open-PC users choose KDE
  • Fixing libtool

today's odd & ends:

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  • Ohio LinuxFest is ready for 40 Years
  • How to turn your old PC into a home media server
  • Recover data with Linux
  • Security vs. Utility
  • openSUSE-LXDE Live CD 1.0.0
  • Tomorrow's World classics go online
  • Is ZipTie a good candidate for a fork?
  • Small Tip - Copy and paste on Linux
  • Celebrate Software Freedom Day on September 19!
  • Ubuntu r0xx! on The IT Crowd

today's leftovers:

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  • GNOME Group Photo
  • Side effects of using QtWebKit for desktop apps
  • More Impressions of C#: 3.0
  • How Important Is The Wayland Display Server?
  • Success: Ubuntu 9.04 on Fujitsu U810 with Dual Monitors
  • Flash: I hate you
  • Open Source Think Tank Europe 2009
  • Apache enabling tunneling SSH over HTTPS
  • Market Parallels – Cloud and Open Source?
  • Sometimes automake is no good… Mono projects
  • LXDE: LXDM and Trash support
  • FOSS.IN: Wind of Change
  • FLOSS Weekly 86: Ardour

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  • Happy birthday linuX-gamers.net
  • Software that I use that are not in the default install of ubuntu
  • GNU/Linux Software I Use Regularly
  • Ubuntu Wallpaper Pack
  • Linux Skin Art
  • GNOME 2.28.0 Release Candidate Is Out
  • Profile: Alan Turing
  • Top Five Twitter Plugins for Firefox
  • An Interview With nhandler
  • Is cloud computing killing open source?
  • No, the Cloud is Not Killing Open Source
  • Updating timestamps of mp3 files alphabetically and recursively
  • Red Hat: Quiet winner amid Sun's server apocalypse?
  • Create a Web-based Photo Gallery in a Jiffy with GMFoto
  • Four Open Source Blogging Clients for Linux
  • Why Open Source is Hard for Closed Source Vendors
  • Novell Releases SecureLogin 7
  • Open-source companies' developer dilemma
  • How Long Should It Take To Load A System?
  • Big news update for FUDCon Toronto 2009
  • Git/Bazaar historical performance comparison revisited
  • Security in Your Pocket: OpenBSD on ARM
  • What to do with Debian money?

today's leftovers:

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  • Group test: newsreaders
  • Kubuntu apps repraise
  • Four GNOME Blogging Clients Worth Noting
  • Are you a 100% free user?
  • Netbooks? Oh Yes, They Are Enterprise Grade
  • Software Freedom Day Italy (Perugia)
  • Will KVM KO Xen?
  • Video: Audio Production With Free Software
  • Microsoft makes points to ponder
  • Case Study: Financial firm switches from Unix, Windows to Linux
  • NYSE/Euronext powers ahead with Unix-to-Linux migration
  • DreamWorks uses Red Hat cloud to cut filmmaking costs
  • The Status Of Unigine's Linux-Compatible Game
  • AMD Eyefinity 24 Display Tech Demo On Linux
  • MySQL Connector for OpenOffice.org 1.0 GA
  • Linux on POWER: Distribution migration and binary compatibility considerations
  • White House Director of New Media speaks about Open Source
  • Novell: Novell Open Source Luminaries to Speak at LinuxCon
  • Not always Gentoo's fault
  • OpenMW interview with Nicolay Korslund
  • GoblinX 3.0 GNOME Edition Has Support for Netbooks
  • Fun and FUD in the Fall Flamebait Follies

today's leftovers:

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  • The 2.6.31 kernel is out
  • App Updates: ViewNior Gets Cropping Tool
  • Episode 118: Looking in the Crystal Ball at GIMP 2.8
  • GNU grep is slow on UTF-8
  • 5 Ways to Pimp Your FireFox Address Bar
  • Drupal's new trademark policy
  • My 7 Favorite Features Of Opera 10
  • The truth about Windows users
  • The new Asus e-reader looks a lot like the OLPC XO 2.0
  • Ubuntu's Koala food arrives on shelves
  • Developers Land Funding for Songbird Open-Source Music Player
  • Clarification on Foresight and Fedora
  • Installing Software: Tux VS. Bill Gates
  • Canonical’s Ubuntu Cloud Strategy
  • Osama Khalid is the first GNU Generation member of the month
  • Test Drive of Spri Linux Beta
  • One Laptop Per Child - The Dream is Over
  • Dell renews Ubuntu Linux desktop line up
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 to 5.4 risk report
  • Noteworthy PCLinuxOS updates (Aug 30st – Sep 05th)
  • Linux Outlaws 110 - The Chinless Hero

Higher-Order Perl: free Perl ebook

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Higher-Order Perl is about functional programming techniques in Perl. It's about how to write functions that can modify and manufacture other functions. Why would you want to do that? Because that way your code is more flexible and more reusable.

today's leftovers:

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  • Third Plasma Summit Lifts KDE Desktop To Higher Grounds
  • The Words Are Important...
  • Novell fannies about with Open Enterprise Server 2
  • Lenz Grimmer to keynote openSUSE Conference
  • LugRadio Live 2009 Announced
  • Linux OS market ‘long term prospects remain good’
  • Zenwalk Linux 6.2
  • cwrapper – a wrapper for colorizing the output of common unix commands
  • The Command Line Is Not Always Better
  • Linux 2.6.32 To Get R600 KMS Along With 3D
  • OpenOffice.org: The Limits of Readability and Grammar Extensions
  • Review: Easy Peasy 1.5
  • Get a Visual Overview of Your Firefox Browsing History
  • Java.net using Drupal
  • about:mozilla 9/8
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