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First Look At Phoronix's 2010 Linux Graphics Survey Results

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phoronix.com: Earlier this month we started once again our annual Linux Graphics Survey in which we poll our readers about their choices and opinions concerning graphics cards, display drivers, and other graphics / X.Org related features of the Linux desktop.

Menu Spectrum: Understanding Start Menus Across Different Platforms

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anditosan.blogspot: Here is the long awaited review of some of the developments on the launch menu sector. Hopefully putting these menus side by side will help us make sense of what we use in order to launch applications on our operating systems.

Try Kazam, A New Screencasting Application For Linux

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webupd8.org: Kazam is a brand new screencasting application for Linux which records both the audio and video in an .mkv format and you can either save it to your computer or directly upload it to YouTube.

COMPIZ Showcase: What’s coming up in 0.9.2

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smspillaz.wordpress: Development of course is progressing nicely, now as much to the point where we can do blog posts about progress, like I did back in 2007 and 2008! We’ve had some great community contributions and new developers jump on board and the project is rapidly regaining its health from the slow down in 2009.

KVM, Virtualbox, or WMware?

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linuxaria.com: In this article I want to talk about three great virtualization software for your desktop computer.

5 Linux Twitter Clients You Probably Don’t Know About

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makeuseof.com: Ubuntu 10.04 was supposed to be “social from the start,” but anyone who gave Gwibber an honest try is probably a little disappointed. With this in mind I’ve decided to profile a few of the many Twitter clients available for Ubuntu.

Manage your digital camera in Linux with DigiKam

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ghacks.net: For those of you who thought managing external devices like digital cameras in Linux was a challenge, I give you DigiKam.

15 Fantastic Inkscape Tutorials for Creating Awesome Vector Art

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junauza.com: Inkscape is without doubt the most well-known and perhaps the best free and open-source vector graphics editor available for Linux. It is loaded with powerful features that will allow anyone with ingenious mind create some amazing digital art.

Project Canvas Will be *Linux* Based

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opendotdotdot.blogspot: I've been pretty sceptical - and critical - of the BBC's TV over IP efforts, including Project Canvas:

Also: Tanner EDA Tools Now on Linux

Microdata: HTML5’s Best-Kept Secret

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webmonkey.com: Given the amount of industry noise about native video and scripted animations, you’d be forgiven if you had never heard of the new microdata specification included in HTML5.

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