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zrusin.blogspot: There are only two tasks harder than writing Free Software graphics drivers. One is running a successful crocodile petting zoo, the other is wireless bungee jumping.

Applications to make your KDE more powerful and smarter

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reviewglitz.com: KDE is a nice desktop manager for linux operating systems. KDE usually comes with almost everything you might need. But have you ever dreamed if you could make your kde better, smarter and powerful with more amazing applications.

Opera 10.60 goes final

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my.opera.com: Opera 10.60 has been released today! Opera 10.60 is based on a brand new version of Opera's rendering engine, Presto 2.6.30 and includes support for several new web technologies, such as Geolocation, Web Workers and Offline Applications.

The 4 Best Photo Album Managers For Linux

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makeuseof.com: Plug your camera into your computer and it should automatically organize those pictures in such a way that you can easily find them later. This is the idea behind photo album managers, but not everyone agrees about which ones are best for the job.

Calibre Is an Elegant E-Book Librarian

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linuxinsider.com: Calibre allows for easy e-book library management, file format conversions, e-book reading and syncing with an e-reader, all from a desktop, notebook or netbook computer.

Pictures of Ubuntu: Linux's best photo shots at Windows and Mac

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theregister.co.uk: When it comes to photo applications it seems Windows and Mac have things nailed down, with plenty of individual applications and several packages packed with tons of features.

nouveau and Liking It

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sreich.blogspot: So yesterday I felt the impulse to give nouveau a shot. I really had my doubts. After reading endlessly how "2D is in a basic state but 3D is experimental", I predicted that I would have to quickly revert back to the binary blobs before I could get back to my coding work..

Like Experimenting With Your Ubuntu Desktop? Try Ubuntu Sugar Remix

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techdrivein.com: Sugar desktop environment was originally conceptualized to become the default desktop for OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) project. Sugar desktop is designed with the goal of being used by children for learning. The original Sugar desktop environment was repackaged for Ubuntu and it was called Ubuntu Sugar Remix.

Three plus one: disk usage meters

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kmandla.wordpress: I suppose disk usage meters in general suffer the same weak point. The idea of a disk usage meter isn’t innovative either, seeing as you get du as a free gift in most distros. But what du lacks in presentation, others make up in style.

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