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Shotwell – The Future of Linux Photo Management Software

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makeuseof.com: It’s taken a long time, but finally the future of Linux photo managers is looking up. It’s all thanks to amazing new photo management software called Shotwell.

Adobe euthanizes Flash 10.1 for 64-bit Linux

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  • Adobe euthanizes Flash 10.1 for 64-bit Linux
  • Has Adobe killed 64-bit flash?
  • Flash Player 10 for 64-bit Linux

Pino: Fedora’s default social tool

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ghacks.net: Where would we be today without social networking? I have heard many tales how a social tool has saved a life or joined two lives together. I have covered Gwibber, which wis the Ubuntu default social networking tool. This time around I will focus on Pino.

SuperGrub is a Sanity Saver

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gnuru.org: Thank you people at SuperGrub, you saved my computer.

GNOME Journal June 2010

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  • Shotwell Photo Manager
  • Interview with Quim Gil of the GNOME Advisory Board
  • Time's Making Changes - A Letter from the Editor
  • PHP-GTK, Widgets & Gadgets: An Interview With Elizabeth Smith

Flash Player 10.1 Now Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux

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blogs.adobe.com: Today I'm thrilled to announce that Adobe Flash Player 10.1 is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. You can get it now.

Rekonq: Konqueror Killer?

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workswithu.com: When the Maverick Meerkat, better known as Ubuntu 10.10, debuts in October, it will bring with it a new default browser for Kubuntu users in the form of rekonq.

Open Money- A look at Personal Financial Software for Linux

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testfreaks.com: When it comes to personal financial software choices, the Windows folks have historically had plenty of choices… with a few major ones that seemed obvious. However, the fine folks over on the Linux side of the wall have not had the same.

KOffice 2.2: Is It Ready Yet?

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asinen.org: KOffice 2.2 was recently released and can be “used for real work”. Conveniently, just after 2.2 was released, I found myself needing to put together a presentation for Akademy – so what to use?

Review: Amarok 2.3.1

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linux-magazine.com: Except maybe for Pysol and Battle of Wesnoth, Amarok is my favorite leisure application. In fact, I frequently use it while working to play songs that have no lyrics to detrain my thoughts.

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