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Spice up Ubuntu 10.10 desktop with Cairo-Dock

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linuxbsdos.com: Ubuntu 10.10, the latest edition of the popular Linux distribution, ships with the same blank desktop that has come to identify the Ubuntu desktop. But you do not have to live with it. You can spice it up with a very simple and elegant application.

Three graphical tools for a cli guy

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kmandla.wordpress: One of the fun things about bouncing around between distros is that you occasionally (or should I say frequently?) see new and interesting software you didn’t know existed.

10 Young Open Source Projects to Watch

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blog.worldlabel.com: New open source projects launch all the time and there’s so many great ones out there it’s hard to find the diamonds in the rough. Here are 10 promising young FOSS projects to keep an eye on.

The Trouble With GUIs

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linuxinsider.com: "Like everything else in life, it boils down to having the right tool for the right job ... and the command line is like that all-purpose screwdriver that we all have," said Slashdot blogger Barbara Hudson.

Opera 11 will have Extensions

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downloadsquad.com: Sure, Opera is crazy customizable and has loads of built-in functionality that other browsers don't, but simple add-ons like the ones we write about for Firefox and Chrome just haven't been part of the mix.

On GNOME Shell

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jonmasters.org/blog: So I started using the GNOME Desktop last millennium, and over the last more than a decade have overall been quite impressed with the level of polish. Fast forward to today.

2010 Linux Graphics Survey Results

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phoronix.com: Last month we carried out our fourth annual Linux Graphics Survey in which we sought feedback from the Linux community about the most common graphics drivers and hardware in use, what display/GPU-related features desktop users are most interested in, and collect other metrics to aide developers. Here are the results.

Three Apps That Keep Linux Squeaky Clean

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linuxinsider.com: As good as the Linux OS is, troublesome stuff sometimes happens. When it does, BleachBit and GtkOrphan can do a good job helping you solve small problems before they become major complications.

4 Beautiful Docky Themes

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KDE 4 vs. GNOME 3: An Early Comparison

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earthweb.com: How will GNOME 3 compare to KDE 4? The picture is still emerging, since GNOME 3's official release is still months away. However, with GNOME Shell available as a preview in the latest GNOME releases, a general outline is starting to be visible.

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