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some leftovers:

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  • Burning Through Power: Linux Regressions Found
  • Why I Use Linux Ubuntu
  • Advances and Paradoxes of Computers
  • Wallpaper Slideshow App For Gnome 3 (Updated)
  • Pidgin 2.9.0 released (installation in Ubuntu)
  • Blackmagic Decklink SDI and Linux
  • Watching multimedia in Slackware’s browser
  • Video thumbnails in Thunar
  • Ubuntu Unity Concept with Android-esque Trash Icon Gesture
  • Meego/Harmattan – A willfully misunderstood platform.
  • Free or open source for students?
  • Linux Outlaws 214 - Das Router
  • Network Boot Mageia: PXE + NFS Root goodness
  • OIN-A patent pool to protect Linux users from lawsuits
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 19th June
  • Linux 3.0 Faster Than Linux 2.6
  • KDE 4 Service Menu Editor
  • Firefox Drops URL Prefix

some odds & ends:

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  • The 10 worst-named tech products
  • LinuxQuestions.org Turns Eleven
  • Linux Format issue 147 is on sale now
  • What is that character called?
  • 3 network scanner for Linux
  • The Linux Setup - Jeff Hoogland, Bodhi Linux
  • GCC Compiler Migrating To Be More C++ Based
  • FUD Flows Freely Against FLOSS

today's leftovers:

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  • 30 Days Ubuntu: Day 23: Would You Like Some Wine?
  • WebGL is Fundamentally Flawed
  • Introducing the Compliance Lab's summer intern
  • Mageia: preview of ARM port is now available
  • Use a Mac to Turn a Windows Laptop Into a Linux Machine
  • Enterprise IT unhappy with Firefox 4's quick demise
  • Open Or Proprietary, It's Whether It Works Or Not That Counts
  • Out of the Park Baseball 12
  • Happy 15th Anniversary Quake!
  • BatteryMonitor supports NetBSD
  • BlueBubble: The Fine Manual
  • plasma active updates
  • Drupal Gets Social Software Facelift
  • Movie About Indie Game Developers
  • Video: GNOME 3 Shell (and Fedora 15)
  • Likewise Software Joins Open Virtualization Alliance

today's leftovers:

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  • 30 Days Ubuntu: Day 22: Spread Out and Get Comfortable
  • So much open source, so little time…
  • Opera Featherweight: First Phase
  • Drop Your Dropbox and SparkleShare Instead!
  • Who killed the netbook?
  • Apple Threatens Open Source Amahi Project with Legal Action
  • HTML5 in Sugar
  • What to do if you can’t do 60fps?
  • Xfce Design SIG launches
  • XFS Is Becoming Leaner While Btrfs & EXT4 Gain Weight
  • 3D Fantasy MMORPG 'PlaneShift' Updated
  • Windows Newlines Will Kill Your Linux Scripts
  • GNOME 3 extensions will get own website with one-click
  • The Linux Week in Review June 22, 2011
  • FLOSS Weekly 171: Software Freedom Conservancy

today's leftovers:

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  • Say Hello To XWayland & A New X.Org Video Driver
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 221
  • Ubuntu Hardware: Debugging Hard Problems
  • osc client in Gentoo
  • Welcome to Karen Sandler, New GNOME Foundation Executive Director
  • The Dark Side of Google Chrome
  • SFLC Oggcast: Karen's New Job; Supreme Court on Patents
  • BitTorrent - It's not just about copyright any more
  • Why Linux skills are a necessity on your resume
  • Notes from Red Hat Open Source Day 2011
  • Submit a digiKam Tip, Win a ZaReason Teo Pro Netbook
  • How GitHub Saved OpenSource
  • Mind-map of Document-centric Gnome
  • Linux and My Computers' Hardware
  • Piper Jaffray Reiterates Overweight On Red Hat

today's leftovers:

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  • Haiku OS Advances With New Official Release
  • PC-BSD: Devil With Human Face
  • 3 Cloud-based Linux Distributions Worth Trying
  • GCC 4.6.1 RC Arrives; Official Release Not Far Off
  • How can I be a KDE power user?
  • Xen Enters Mainline Kernel
  • Linux Foundation Releases New FOSS Compliance White Paper
  • Available: FreeBSD News website
  • Red Hat Bulls Shop for Calls
  • Bodhi Linux - Swag Store, Affiliates and Memberships
  • Linux ARM support: A hot mess, an ugly clean-up
  • Google Throws Its Weight Behind LibreOffice
  • All the Free Linux Documentation Resources You'll Ever Need
  • Chuckles are Where You Find Them
  • Mozilla to release Firefox version 5 today
  • Release logs are important!

today's howtos & leftovers:

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HowTos
  • 30 Days Ubuntu: Day 19: Using 'man' and 'grep'
  • LC_CTYPE to default locale: No such file or directory
  • Add More power Options To GNOME User Menu
  • Correcting a Misaligned VGA Image on your Monitor or TV in Xorg
  • Magical Diary: Horse Hall Coming Soon
  • Installing a package through a Dolphin action
  • E-book management on Slackware
  • Gallium3D Clover Can Now Execute OpenCL Native Kernels
  • Online resource collection for Linux Administrators
  • To understand recursion...
  • 10 Must-Have Firefox Extensions

today's howtos & leftovers:

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HowTos
  • 30 Days Ubuntu: Day 18: What Is This 'sudo' You Speak Of?
  • Unix date in Bash
  • My smart backup script
  • How to Remaster Ubuntu to Get a Customised Distribution
  • Told you so
  • Live CDs—My Wonder Wall
  • Wakanda is here
  • Fuduntu 14.10 - Now Available
  • Earnings Preview: Red Hat's Quarterly
  • Duck Duck Go Search Engine in Ubuntu’s Firefox?
  • Using KVM and VirtualBox side by side
  • LibreOffice Math Guide published
  • More SSH Port Forwarding
  • Mouse pointer highligher trail in GIMP
  • editing HD video: linux vs imovie
  • Install java browser plugin in Fedora 15

today's howtos & leftovers:

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HowTos
  • Web Server Load Balancing with IPTables in Linux
  • ufw - Iptables under Ubuntu
  • Encrypting an Enterprise Desktop with TrueCrypt
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 12th June
  • FOFF – a lightweight graphical FTP client
  • Announcing Planet Debian Derivatives
  • Beware of KDE 4.6.4
  • Test Plan for Linux File System Fsck Testing
  • Puredyne: pure creativity
  • New round of Debian IRC Training Sessions
  • Sharing Ubuntu with the world
  • GNOME 3 install-fest took place in Beijing, too
  • Open Source Could Change the Future of E-Discovery
  • community proposed unity design
  • LexisNexis Joins Linux Foundation
  • One Laptop Per Child Infographic
  • Xen lets KVM overtake
  • More Linux Benchmarks Of The AMD A8-3500M Fusion APU
  • Firefox 5 RC Updates Version Number and Little Else
  • Counting PCs and Their OS

today's leftovers:

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  • 30 Days Ubuntu: Day 16: EXT4 vs. NTFS
  • Watching YouTube Videos in Totem: is it worth it?
  • gnome screencasts
  • Prey, open source anti theft software
  • openSUSE and online services
  • Gold readiness obstacle #6: more versioning trouble
  • Scribus - Open source desktop publishing
  • Noble Master Are Working On A New RTS Game
  • Helena the Third - Now on kickstarter
  • The racing simulator rFactor on Mac and Linux
  • Bodhi Linux 1.1.0 : Ubuntu and Enlightenment
  • Red Hat, Inc. First Quarter Earnings Sneak Peek
  • Firefox 5 RC: Are You Disappointed?
  • Firefox 5 gets speedy (not SPDY)
  • Evergreen Joins the Software Freedom Conservancy
  • KDEMU with Volker Krauseinator
  • Of Open Source and Open Innovation
  • Adobe kills AIR for Linux. Seriously guys, who cares?
  • Adobe: Market? What Linux market?
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