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today's leftovers:

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  • Saying Merry Christmas in Binary, Klingon, and Elvish
  • Best Youtube videos ever
  • Christmas How-To Using The Command Line
  • When Games Matter
  • Winter Wolves and Tycoon Games are 50% Off
  • Fedora Presents for Everyone
  • winetricks 20101222 released
  • The Drupal Christmas song
  • KMyMoney 4.5.2 stable released
  • Gimp in Mandriva, a glitch than can help you rescue files
  • Undercover UXO: Saving Lives with Educational XO Laptop Games
  • openSUSE Weekly News Team searches for new Contributor
  • Desktop Flickr tool ‘Frogr’ gets updated
  • Minutes for the Document Foundation Steering Committee Meeting from 2010-12-11 Are Available
  • FreeBSD Foundation End-of-Year Newsletter (2010)
  • Open Source Destroys Microsoft’s Oppressive Power Over the Customer
  • Viewsonic GPL update
  • Going Linux: Dec 23: #123 - Computer America #33
  • Linux Outlaws 182 - Special: Gran Turismo 5 Review

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  • Tron Legacy Docky theme would surely be Flynn’s choice
  • openSUSE Announces Fifth Development Milestone with Kernel Interactivity Patch
  • How best to sell a Windows 7 laptop this holiday? w/ Ubuntu Wallpaper
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 21st November
  • Drupal 7.0 RC 3 Released
  • ES: Government support and use are key to adoption of open source
  • EU External Affairs publishes crisis data mining tools as open source
  • Foobnix - Simple and Powerful music player
  • OSS recommended picks for business users
  • FSF Fall 2010 bulletin articles start to appear
  • Is a BSOD on a bus … a BuSOD?
  • Unified Me Menu And Messaging Menu Mockups
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #381 12/22/10
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 2 Episode 24

today's leftovers:

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  • Elementary’s new Wingpanel in action
  • Last Week in Amarok
  • Making Ordinary Laptops Into Ubuntu Laptops
  • Strange Interactions and Side Effects
  • Yahoo! Open Source Now and Future
  • Linux Out, FreeBSD In
  • New FreeBSD Foundation Project: Feed-Forward Clock Synchronization
  • FCC launches Open Internet Apps Challenge
  • Mugen Power Extended Battery N900 - Hands on Review
  • Where does Microsoft make its money? (Updated 2010)
  • How to test if a laptop is working with Linux
  • cmus music player
  • Red Hat Dropping After Earnings (RHT)
  • Rumor Red Hat could move HQ to Durham
  • Tunisian LoCo meeting with Mark Shuttleworth
  • new firefox 4 betas for desktop and mobile
  • Linux Outlaws 181 - BeardCash

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  • PhotoFilmStrip 1.4.0 (Stable) Released With A New User Interface
  • Laura MacPhee on the Canonical Contributor Agreement
  • 'Do Not Track' Coming to Firefox 4
  • Mozilla unloads Firefox 4 spit and polish beta
  • Muon Suite 1.1 Beta 2
  • Proposal for MariaDB trademark policy
  • On Distro Watch Wait Listing
  • Linux Gamers will Buy
  • Free as in Freedom: Episode 0x05: Inducing Fryers
  • Some Sabayon Stuff
  • The Official Ubuntu Book, 4e: Welcome to the Command Line
  • Microsoft Shuts Down Office Genuine Advantage
  • The Document Foundation joins Open Invention Network
  • gbuild: Meet the new boss (Same as the old boss)
  • Bazaar Overlay news
  • Drupal 7 to be released on January 5th (with one ginormous party)
  • openSUSE Board Meeting Summary 15 December 2010

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  • Unity Bitesize Progress Report for 20 December
  • Red Hat and Eucalyptus forge partnership
  • Upstart: The Importance of Being Tested
  • Red Hat Closing In To Resistance
  • Tiny Core Linux 3.4 arrives
  • Firefox Backs Up the “Do Not Track” Feature
  • Pidgin 2.7.8 fixes MSN bugs
  • Linux shows name dates, ask for papers
  • 5 Biggest Tech Winners for 2010
  • Google releases Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" source code
  • Banshee close to being made default music player in Natty
  • New Idea About Chat Program
  • FreeBSD 8.2-BETA1 Released
  • Another Reason Why Governments Should Use Open Source Licensing
  • Introducing K16 and the Future of KDE

today's howtos & stuff:

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  • Saturating your Link with Lftp
  • Dual-screen Ubuntu-based tablet ‘Kno’ to ship this month
  • Enable Transparent Gnome Panels/Menus/Windows in Ubuntu 10.10
  • Install XBMC Media Center 10 on Ubuntu & Mint
  • Play a video in ASCII colour text format using Mplayer
  • Load The Next Page In Firefox With Space
  • Migrating blogs from Drupal to Pyblosxom
  • Select-o-Magic 3000 Automatically Creates Playlists From Your Music
  • No audio in RecordMyDesktop
  • Parameter Expansion
  • Linux in 2010 Review | LAS | s14e09

today's odds & ends:

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  • Humble Indie Bundle #2 Just Made One Million Bucks
  • This Ubuntu Software Centre mock-up is bright but bold
  • Follow-up to “Shy Developer Syndrome”
  • Holiday Surprise: What's On My Linux Gaming Desktop?
  • Difference between Planned and Actual work on Internet
  • User Familiarity != Software Superiority
  • Expect heavy breakage for Cooker 2010.1
  • Basket Note Pads - The best scribble pad/note application
  • Kinect Competitor To Bring Gesture Control To Linux
  • Tux Paint – Simple Drawing Program for Young Children
  • Fedora needs an architect (part 2)
  • Fuduntu 14.7-2 improvements
  • Natty update puts window controls back in the panel, app menu changes
  • Diaspora
  • Munich’s Migration to GNU/Linux Grinds Onward
  • Full Circle Podcast 14

today's leftovers:

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  • openSUSE FUD
  • Educational track at openSUSE conference 2010 big success
  • CodeWeavers 30% off Winter Solstice Sales on CrossOver Mac and Linux
  • Why I run Ubuntu and not something else
  • Australian Bureau of Statistics plans open source census
  • Open Source Think Tank 2011
  • New: 3.3.0 Release Candidate 8 Available
  • new multitouch patchset posted
  • Is your heart fonder?
  • Fixing the Web with the help of the open source community
  • Let's see the 2010 winter solstice lunar eclipse!

today's leftovers:

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  • Myth Busted #6: Ubuntu is only for n00bs and not for serious linux users
  • It’s Been a Crazy Year at Canonical
  • Vietnam slow in applying open source software
  • Bodhi 0.1.3 Released
  • Bored of your homepage? Try this bright Ubuntu-ized one instead
  • Free Software turns DisplayLink docking stations into Linux client PCs
  • The Power of openSUSE Build Service
  • Git Joins the Software Freedom Conservancy
  • Support GNOME by shopping at Amazon this Xmas
  • Fedora Board Meeting Dec 13
  • The Linux 2.6.37 Kernel Nears Completion
  • Periodic table to get atomic weight update
  • Skrooge 0.8.0 personal finance manager released
  • World's first dual-core smartphone debuts in Korea
  • Experiences with (very) rare Linux crashing, upgrades
  • Paludis 0.56.1 Released
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #380 Dec 15

today's leftovers:

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  • Best Gifts For the Linux Geek
  • PC-BSD 9 installer preview
  • Mentor Graphics Joins Linux Foundation
  • Opera 11.00 Release Candidate 3
  • Nothing but 'Net: hands-on with the Cr-48 Chrome OS laptop
  • Roll your own Linux distribution with Novell's SUSE Studio
  • Novell Announces Winners of 'Dister' Awards
  • A New Ubuntu Weather Appindicator
  • Bitcoin - Open Source Virtual Currency Project
  • Google Donates Java Tools Source Code
  • What do we need? Vendors or Users?
  • Important RHN Satellite 5.4 bugs fixed
  • Serious games, KDE and Co
  • New release of Lightweight image viewer Viewnior
  • Pithos and Pianobar, for the win
  • Linux At The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show
  • Changing Launchpad
  • Drupal 6.20 released
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