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  • Trio of Audio Related Reviews
  • Everybody Loves Windows 7
  • Kate’s Vi Input Mode — What will KDE 4.4 bring?
  • I Can Haz Virus
  • Geocities Shuts Down - XKCD Remembers
  • playing with x264
  • GRUB 2.0 Moves Closer With GRUB 1.97 Release
  • EU Strategist Claims an Oracle-owned MySQL Cannot Be Competitive
  • A Hackfest To Improve Linux Video Playback
  • Interviews: Red Hat's Mel Chua
  • Qualcomm Invests in Open Source
  • Open vs. open vs. open: a model for public collaboration
  • Machinarium- A point-and-click adventure game
  • UMPC ref design runs Linux
  • Harish Pillay and Brian Aker debate with Richard Stallman (Part 2)
  • File Synchronization With Free File Sync
  • Native C port of Tor for Android
  • Announcing the Second openSUSE Board Election

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  • Gentoo 10.1 LiveDVD Brings Fixes & Enhancements
  • Exciting Open Source developments in Thailand
  • Is Windows 7 still a Crossgrade? Yes.
  • Linux for low-end HW, pseudo-scientific study(1)
  • Whitehouse.gov using Drupal
  • Thoughts on the Whitehouse.gov switch to Drupal

today's leftovers:

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  • Chromium Rocks
  • Happy Birthday PCLinuxOS
  • “Linux” support
  • Upstart in Ubuntu 9.10
  • Hudzilla Coding Academy: Assignment Two
  • Ding Dong, The Wicked Vista's DEAD!
  • It's official: we love Windows 7
  • Windows 7 Vodka and the Microsoft Hangover
  • Working together
  • Sabayon FDC09 photos! Here they are!
  • Why XBMC is the best thing on TV
  • Imagination – A lightweight and simple DVD Slideshow Maker
  • FLOSS Weekly 92: MakerBot
  • Meet The Gimp - Episode 124: PS Translation Service

today's leftovers:

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  • Talking with Pierre Fricke of Red Hat… about BPM and 'the Stack'
  • Techiemoe tries Windows 7
  • This year's linux.conf.au
  • Open Source conference returns to Portland
  • Open Source Events and Webinars
  • KDE Notebook Shell Search and Launch improvements
  • Training and Support: Still Key to Enterprise Open Source Adoption
  • Why Was The Open Source Guy At The Windows 7 Party?
  • Open source? No good for cost cutting, say CIOs
  • Linux and Security: Mission Impossible?
  • Cloud Computing. Does it have any value at all?
  • Get involved with GNOME Journal
  • From the iPhone to the Cloud: What's new with the Mono Project
  • Linux Outlaws 118 - Naughtify OSD
  • Going Linux: Oct 22 - Computer America #19
  • animations in plasma with javascript on top
  • Eén using Drupal
  • VMware to launch own Linux distro?
  • Choosing a Desktop Linux Distro, Part 2: Installation and Support

today's leftovers:

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  • NVIDIA Releases 190.42 Display Driver
  • Open Office 4 Kids
  • Free Software but not Open Source
  • Meet the Platform Team Managers: Jono Bacon
  • CoverGloobus 1.5 Released – Gets Theme Preview, Auto-restart, Exaile Support & More
  • 6 Linux Twitter Apps, Only 1 Winner [Review]
  • ZaReason Prepares Ubuntu 9.10 Server, Expands Customer Base
  • Five Ways Windows 7 Could Become another Vista
  • Open source to reset IT expectations
  • LXer Book Review: Pro Linux System Administration
  • Psystar releases Mac clone software
  • Hulu to begin charging in 2010 says exec
  • LordsAWar! 0.1.6 Released
  • Robbie Williams using Drupal
  • Lucas Arts using Drupal
  • Foresight Linux quickie
  • Autonomously Finding Performance Regressions In The Linux Kernel
  • Cloud Computing: Good or Bad for Open Source?
  • the_source Episode 10 "Ohio Linuxfest 2009" Released

today's leftovers:

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  • Desktop Tumblr Blog App Get’s A New Interface
  • Freedom of the openSUSE Buildservice?
  • Palm makes WebOS app catalog browseable on the web
  • Music Applet – GNOME panel applet to control several music players
  • Alien Arena 7.32 Released
  • Microsoft to launch Windows 7 today
  • What Does Windows 7 Have That Linux Doesn't?
  • Phoenix Pre-Boot Will Appear in Samsung Notebooks
  • The Decline and Fall of the Idealistic Spark
  • Novell's threat assessment survey results
  • E-Book Ecosystem Should Look to Open Source
  • Parallel Programming: Non-optimal Is as Non-optimal Does
  • PDF Editing tools for Ubuntu
  • KDE + Distro + Package splitting = 100% fail for user?
  • Kernel 2.6.32 for Debian Squeeze
  • New: OOo-DEV 3.x Developer Snapshot
  • EvriChart: A Linux Success Story

today's leftovers:

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  • Solang and Gnote make it into Ubuntu Repository
  • Fedora 12 Beta is go!
  • OpenShot Video Editor Gets New Icons & Preference Window
  • Remembering Mandriva
  • Interesting GUI Concept
  • Puppy Linux Built From Ubuntu Still Has 99 MB
  • Marvell launches Armada fleet
  • Interview with Boston Book Festival Participant Nicholas Negroponte
  • Ubuntu Code of Conduct v1.1
  • Community Question: Teaching Linux Newbies
  • Introducing Cantor
  • Rise of the Floating Fonters
  • Cutting the Web Down to Size
  • Software Freedom Day ‘09 Celebrations @ Jaya Engineering College, Chennai
  • Amarok going downhill
  • Puppy Linux 4.3 gains bugfix, rave reviews
  • Greenie 5.1j Review
  • Win7 Transformation Pack for Ubuntu
  • Interviews: Noirin Shirley, Vice President of the Apache Software Foundation
  • Going Linux: Oct 20: #081 - Changing Linux Default Applications

today's leftovers:

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  • Next from open source: warehousing apps
  • Know your audience: Going beyond “true believers”
  • Meet the Platform Team Managers: Robbie Williamson
  • Open source vendors should focus on value and price
  • Statistics: Web Grows, Apache Profits
  • A math teacher with his students bring Desktop4education to austrian schools
  • Linux-gamers -Play 33 world class games on Linux without installation
  • REvolution R coming to Ubuntu
  • I stumbled upon Sexism this week
  • UK trailing USA in adoption of open source defence technology
  • Why Microsoft can't afford Windows 7 to fail
  • FLOSS Weekly 91: Boycott Novell
  • Linux Outlaws 117 - May the Schwartz Be With You
  • Linux Basement - Episode 44: Jay and Friends

today's leftovers & howtos:

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HowTos
  • KMail is slow
  • Re-enable Missing Icons In Ubuntu 9.10
  • Migration from Mac to Linux
  • An Interview With Mako
  • Platinum Arts Sandbox Free 3D Game Maker 2.4 Release
  • How To Write, Compile and Execute C Programs under Linux
  • Open Source Hardware
  • Understanding PHP Exception Handling

few more howtos & stuff

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HowTos
  • 8 Useful extensions for Google chrome
  • Disable KDE’s HTTP Cache Cleaner
  • Windows 7 Launches. Get Linux Instead
  • Troubleshoot networking problems with GNOME’s Nettools
  • Networking Ubuntu PCs with SSHFS
  • Why Wait. Upgrade to Ubuntu 9.10 Now
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