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blogs.nytimes.com: Two whirlwinds blew into Buenos Aires this week: the hundreds of Wikipedia supporters, editors and administrators here for their annual Wikimania conference, and the free-software activist Richard Stallman.
linuxcritic.wordpress: Every so often while I’m working on something, I’m struck by how satisfying it can be to be running Linux as my operating system of choice.
makeuseof.com: Old school games have always been fun, yet simple and easy to play. They may not have the best of the graphics but you can surely enjoy a trip down memory lane! Here is how you can play those old, free games on your Linux machine. There are various emulators available for Linux, let us look at them one by one.
linuxloop.com: Ubuntu 9.10 is coming in October, and, in addition to some new features, it will also feature 100 less “papercuts”. To give you a better idea of what to expect, here are five common and annoying papercuts that should be fixed by 9.10.
toolbox.com/blogs: Full of contradictions, Linux is. When you think about it, hundreds of thousands, there are, if not millions, be like, of programmers contributing their own ideas of what Linux should. Recipe for contradictions without a doubt, this is. Yeesssssss.
linux-foundation.org: Rolex, movies, Gucci, and even Sharpie pens, among other consumer goods, are well known for reaching a level of ubiquity where people start producing fakes or knock-offs. From our industry, even Steve Jobs’ personal brand warranted a knock-off in the form the FakeSteveJobs blog. Linux, too, has reached that level of ubiquity and maturity.
linuxfordevices.com: Octagon Systems announced a ruggedized Linux-ready mobile computer for police, taxi, medical, trucking, transit system, and mesh security network applications.
thevarguy.com: As Novell prepares to announce quarterly results on Aug. 27, the company offered this tidbit of information: More than 2,000 independent software vendors (ISVs) have signed up for the SUSE Appliance Program — which is less than a month old.
marilyn.frields.org: Yes, you heard it right — among the other cool features in F12 Alpha, you can now take a look at Moblin directly in Fedora proper, regardless of your hardware platform.
makeuseof.com: While statistics put Internet Explorer clearly ahead as the most widely used web browser, it’s clear to many people that it is not due to the excellent programming.
anandtech.com: Back in the early part of 2008 we decided that we wanted to take a fresh look at Linux on the desktop. To do so we would start with a “switcher” article, giving us the chance to start anew and talk about some important topics while gauging the usability of Linux.
h-online.com: New performance counters allow developers to take a detailed look at the runtime behaviour of program code to target specific areas for optimisation. The recently introduced tracing infrastructure has been further modified and improved. Other changes affect the architecture, the memory subsystem, and various virtualisation solutions.
phoronix.com: X.Org 7.5 that will bear X Server 1.7 has already been delayed multiple times. Originally X.Org 7.5 was supposed to be out in April, but it looks like we are still at least a few months from seeing this important update.
the451group.com: We reported recently on Red Hat’s revenue growth and deferred revenue. One of the things I have been looking at recently is the slowdown in Red Hat’s growth in recent years, and the opportunities that the company has to improve that growth.
reuters.com: Nokia Oyj will try again to tackle Apple Inc's iPhone in the top-end of the handset market with a bet on Linux software, several industry sources told Reuters.
linuxcanuck.wordpress: What works for me may not work for you. That’s the great thing about Linux. We have choice. There are well over 300 distributions and many different possible desktops to multiply the choice several fold. As with many people, my Linux starting point is Ubuntu.