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WordPress – Too Fast For Comfort

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WordPress is a great platform and it’s good to see so much activity around its development. They just need to slow down the pace a little bit so we can keep up.

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Lastpass sold to LogMeIn -- should Linux users panic?

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Enlightenment, KDE, and GNOME

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