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today's leftovers:

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  • NVIDIA 190.53 Pre-Release Linux Driver
  • The Moblin Netbook OS – Giving Chrome OS A Run For Its Money
  • On Ailurus and w3m
  • Linux applications: Part 1 - Productivity
  • Yet Another Reason To Learn Linux – It’s Free
  • The Nouveau Pony Is Pulled, Ctx_Voodoo Ignored
  • Wow! Krita Donations
  • Red Hat will host forum on open source cloud computing
  • Open source hardware 2009 - The definitive guide

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  • Introducing Simple Scan
  • Bad economy may lead to good IPOs in open source
  • FUDCon Toronto report
  • GNUstep 2.0 OS released
  • Open source was good enough, will non-open source be open enough?
  • CH: No settlement between Swiss government and open source suppliers
  • Why Eiffel is my favorite language
  • SFLC Chairman to Testify at Oracle/Sun Hearing
  • IT: Move to innovation park benefited South Tyrol's open source centre
  • Videotrans
  • Kpilot gone inactive
  • What is KDE worth?
  • PL: Interior ministry supports open source group's procurement project
  • Seeding breakthrough thoughts
  • FLOSS Weekly 99: Ubuntu One

today's odds & ends:

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  • Part 2 Of Nouveau Saga: The Microcode
  • GnuPG Context Menu Options for Gnome Nautilus
  • openSUSE 11.2 and its retail box
  • The case against the case against Oracle-MySQL
  • Video: KDE SC 4.4 Preview (Part II)
  • 2010 Linux Events
  • Flash in QGraphicsView
  • GNOME Do 0.8.3.1 Released
  • CH: Parliament members say vendor lock-in desktop is causing chaos
  • AT: Vendor dependency forces Vienna to renew proprietary office licences
  • The speed of technology's 'creative destruction'
  • French army sides with Mozilla in Microsoft email war
  • Experts Question Hungary's Role As European Open Source Leader
  • Where Are The Linux Workplaces?
  • Gentoo: devtmpfs and boot times (revisited)

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  • Ubuntu Lucid Lynx Alpha 1 To Be Released Later Today
  • Cisco gets into SMB space with new Linux routers
  • Linux Foundation Announces “Get One, Give One” Holiday Membership Program
  • Open Source Is Smart Choice For Business Intelligence
  • Sugar on a Stick adds ebook support
  • Yet More Malware Found on Gnome-Look
  • Windows 7 download tool (finally) open-sourced
  • Complying With Open Source Licenses Just Got Easier
  • Juniper Networks backs FreeBSD with MIPS port
  • How GNOME Foundation Hackfests Operate
  • Better ripped-off than switch to Linux?
  • Gift Ideas for Linux Geeks
  • AutoZone settlement signed, sealed and delivered
  • Portable thin client's based on Dell notebook
  • MySQL and a tale of two biases
  • Mono and C# 4.0 Released
  • OpenCL Over Mesa, Gallium3D Discussion
  • Blood Frontier Beta 2 Released
  • Pandora Handheld Video
  • Linux Outlaws 126 - The Man with the Golden Laptop
  • TuxRadar - Podcast Season 1 Episode 23

today's leftovers:

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  • Photos: Firefox through the ages
  • Thunderbird 3 Released
  • Main frozen for Lucid Alpha 1
  • Upgrading an Ubuntu server on the fly
  • Phone Shops and Ubuntu
  • Fedora 12: Upgrading vs. Fresh Install
  • So Long, Debian
  • Novell's quarter crumbles, but a new market beckons
  • Novell Intelligent Workload Management
  • These Investments Quadrupled My Portfolio
  • GUI design app targets embedded devices
  • Linux development board targets mobile multimedia devices
  • JooJoo Debacle Suggests Three Pitfalls for Apple, Microsoft Tablet PCs
  • Netbook World Summit: Worth A Look?
  • Samsung Bada: Koreans set to adopt open source system
  • Barnes & Noble's GPL fun
  • GNU Chess Fail

today's leftovers:

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  • X.Org 7.5 Gets Pulled Into Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
  • Open Source In A Parallel Universe
  • The big Linux Achilles: Documentation
  • The market for humanitarianism (OLPC)
  • Google DNS Benchmarking and Rationale
  • Do you Really Need Google? Benchmark Your DNS
  • Lenovo ThinkStation S20 Workstation
  • Exherbo Install Process
  • MedCon, conversion utility intended for reconstructed nuclear medical images
  • openSUSE Weekly News hits triple digits
  • Tux Typing for kids- A Tuxy alternative to Mavis Beacon
  • DIY pfSense firewall system beats others for features, reliability, and security
  • It’s definitely working…
  • Szulik to deliver commencement address Dec. 13 at Appalachian U
  • Open Source Web Analytics Software
  • Gallium3D Workshop Videos, Slides Posted
  • Boxee and D-Link Partner For Boxee Box
  • The Computer Action Show! Season 1 Episode 9

few leftovers:

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  • The Project Of Linux Documentation
  • Why natural language interfaces suck
  • KDE 4.4 Solid Auto Mount Enhancements
  • G&P: Latency
  • Calculate Linux 10.0 released
  • KDE 4.3.4 now available for PCLinuxOS
  • Gaming Briefs: Bloodfronteer Beta2, Tremulous 1.2 gameplay beta, Nexuiz
  • Fun Sites To Find Out What Your Name Says About You
  • Going Linux = Dec 05: #086 - Listener Feedback

some leftovers:

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  • FreeNAS ready for the next step – Future of FreeNAS
  • Pentoo 2009.0 Screenshots
  • Building Dream Machines, Studio PC and Media Server
  • Video Review: Nokia N900
  • Red Hat's CEO on Obama jobs summit – 'Creating jobs the open source way'
  • Update to openSUSE.org
  • KDE 4.4 Beta 1 experiences (openSUSE howto)
  • Need A College Degree? How About One In Growing Marijuana?
  • G&P: We All Had Our Dreams
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2009.12.04
  • Meet the GIMP - Episode 128: Beam it up, F-SPOT

today's leftovers:

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  • Alice, where have you been all my life?
  • Building OpenOffice.org with GNU make
  • FUDCon F13: Another SNAFU
  • Gamer completes fairytale: From PlayStation to real-life pro track racing
  • Rwanda: Workforce Authority Joins OLPC Drive
  • Imitation IS The Sincerest Form Of Flattery
  • Linux Outlaws 125 - Voltron's Head
  • Linux Basement: Episode 47 - Alfresco and GDNS
  • Using Your iPod with (K)ubuntu 9.10
  • Legitimate Limitations On Freedom Of Speech
  • Performous Is Like Rock Band for Your Linux PC
  • The Windows 7 License can make you love free software

today's leftovers:

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  • Support keeps coming for community open source
  • Qt: More, More, More
  • What Have We Learned from OLPC?
  • Building a Virtual Bridge to Linux Migration
  • A close look at the Android OS
  • World's First Linux Laptop Orchestra
  • Mandriva 2010 One Top Notch Version For Wireless Or Multimedia Use
  • SUSE powers virtual appliances
  • Top 10 Vaporware Letdowns of 2009
  • Objections to Sealing the AutoZone Agreement
  • Photo Sharing with Opera Unite
  • Forbes Russia using Drupal
  • Bologna achieves vendor independence for its office applications
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