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  • Acer to bring out dual-boot Windows/Android netbook
  • Google’s Empire In Progress with Don’t Be Evil Motto (Video)
  • Google Asks, "Are You Done With That Sandwich?"
  • Debian Squeeze Linux - Where Is It?
  • Linux on your iPhone
  • Perl 4, Back Where It Belongs
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 5 - April Fools
  • Interview with Andrzej Wasylkowski from the checkmycode project
  • Official Statement Objecting BBC/OFCOM Proposal
  • MeeGo gets going: source code and developer builds available
  • Using Alexandria
  • Firefox claims 40% of Euro browser share
  • GNU Generation 2.0
  • Introducing Larval Editor
  • Wtf? The US FDA Just Banned Caffeine?
  • Root of Cult of SEO
  • Update on Ubuntu Buttons
  • PureOS 2.0 Screenshots
  • One Laptop Per Child delivers 200 XO computers to NT kids
  • The best windows emulator for Linux
  • Sony's PS3 Drops Linux; Why You Should Care
  • Linux Link Tech Show #347 - 3/31/10

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  • Stone Soup 0.6.0
  • openSUSE FAIL page
  • Coming Soon: X Server 1.8
  • On highly customizing that open source code
  • Makagiga - Easy-to-use application for doing a variety of tasks
  • Linux and Small Business: The Ongoing Disconnect
  • Enterprise Open Source is Booming
  • Oracle will cut Sun's open source
  • What’s in a name? Still open source
  • Replacement coloured indicator message alert icons for Lucid
  • A K12 Educator’s Guide to Open Source Software
  • Gartner Smackdown on Open Core
  • State Leaders Weigh In on Open Source Assessment
  • New Zealand govt against software patents
  • Viewnior 1.0 Released; still fast, awesome image viewer
  • Happy Birthday, Gentoo!
  • E-mail: See it here, see it there, with Sync Mail Dir
  • What's inside your home is yours, except computer files
  • Zotac MAG HD-ND01 Nettop review
  • Ubuntu 10.04 Beta One Released – My First Impressions

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  • KDE: Kate Tabify Plugin
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise 11's renewal plans
  • SCO Wants to Sell Java Patent
  • GNOME's Empathy instant messaging client hits v2.30, matures
  • Making mobile Linux work
  • Chelsea School Uses Ubuntu To Create VMampache
  • OpenSSL 1.0.0 arrives
  • What your web browser says about you
  • Asa Dotzler: a ten year old dream realized
  • Are you being watched online?
  • Linux phone ships with RF-enabled keyfob panic button
  • Live CD full of mini-games
  • Geek Of The Week: Bill Joy
  • OIN Extends the Linux Ecosystem as Guest-tek Becomes Licensee
  • Meet Dash, a new file browser
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 - GF100 Has Landed
  • SFLS - Episode 0x24: Directors and Conferences

today's leftovers:

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  • Skype Open-Source Update Expected Soon
  • Interview with Aleix Pol of KDE Edu and KDevelop
  • Clonezilla Live adds UFS support
  • Open Source: Stop Romanticizing Unpaid Contributions
  • IBM, Novell Plot More SUSE Linux Moves
  • Free Cloud Alliance Formed - Includes Mandriva
  • Open source tool to manage electronic petitions
  • Red Hat previews Terabyte-bustin' next virtual machine
  • Lindy USB 3.0 Drives and Docking Station for Linux
  • Maddog: Quality, Not Quantity
  • Waiting for MeeGo: Code No Show
  • Watching OpenSolaris: What's the Story?
  • IBM celebrates a decade of Linux on its System Z mainframe
  • Open-Source Software Shortcut, Excluding Directories From Grep
  • ODF: Setting the standard for office documents in the public sector
  • Debreate - A Debian package builder
  • The Linux Action Show! s11e05 - Boxee is Awesome!

today's howtos & leftovers:

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HowTos
  • Hooking up a projector using Nvidia Twinview on Kubuntu
  • How To Upgrade Packages in PCLinuxOS 2009.2
  • Sony Removing Linux from Fat PS3s to Combat Piracy
  • Jury deliberating UNIX ownership in ongoing SCO trial
  • BackupPC and the USB Drive
  • Review: Geany IDE – Integrated Development Environment
  • Clementine-player - music player based on Amarok 1.4
  • Troubleshooting Wi-Fi Issues With Ubuntu
  • Library for reading and writing Quicktime files (utilities)
  • Geek Gang Signs
  • A Quick Shortcut to Shortcuts
  • Learning competence with free and open source software
  • Diagnosing font issues on Linux
  • Configure hostgroups for Nagios
  • Sysinfo- Display your system information in Ubuntu | Gnome
  • How to disable Shutdown Timer in Ubuntu Linux
  • update your Ubuntu system remotely using Webmin

today's odds & ends:

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  • Shutter screenshot tool updates; Gains new features
  • Uget - A complete Download Manager
  • More Patent 101, and some Patent 201
  • Mozilla Developers Talk Up Firefox as a Key Development Tool
  • Fedora Open Source and Open Heart
  • Lucid power icon glows red when restart needed
  • Culture in computing
  • Command Line Basics: List Hard Drives By UUID
  • Debianpackagemaker - ubuntu package maker
  • Opera Browser, Widgets as standalone Applications [Opera 10.5x]
  • What is There Besides Money?
  • New Windows Phone App Provides Linux and UNIX Access
  • Meet the GIMP: Episode 137: A Trip to Hamburg

some odds & ends:

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  • 3 Lightweight Podcast Managers For Linux
  • Guayadeque Adds Slick New Player controls
  • Reviewing the Behringer BCF2000 and FCB1010
  • Why You Should Be Careful Outsourcing Your Logo Design
  • Radeon GPU Recovery To Hit Linux 2.6.34 Kernel
  • Miguel de Icaza: Microsoft and .NET
  • DtO: A life of its own
  • GNU Accessibility Statement
  • Winning and losing with open core
  • Linux Outlaws 142 - Stroking the White Cat
  • FLOSS Weekly 114: Ada Lovelance Day
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #346 03/24/10

today's leftovers:

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  • All Your Browsing History Are Belong to Us
  • FSF announces Free Software Awards winners
  • Open Source Fundraising Campaigns: The GNOME Ruler
  • varnish changed my life
  • Installing and Running Linux on Nintendo Wii
  • My XFCE Desktop
  • Wally - Wallpaper changer using multiple sources
  • Compiz 0.9 Release Finally Approaching
  • My Mom Runs Ubuntu
  • Compaq Presario 2175us Ubuntu Graphics Driver
  • Now Hear This
  • Opera 10.51 Review
  • Trisquel- Ubuntu habla espanol
  • Linux Basement Episode 52 - Podcatching an Asterisk
  • List of Debian-based Distributions
  • Of Google, China and a disease called hypocrisy
  • Open Source Exchange Alternatives
  • Hack your Samsung TV, linux guy
  • AVG kills Windows viruses with Linux and emergency rescue CD
  • Oracle-Sun: An Insider’s View for Sun Partners
  • Open Source Software conference planned for April
  • Sneak Preview: Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04 LTS

today's leftovers:

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  • The VideoLan Movie Creator
  • Ailurus 10.03.2 is available for use
  • Those Pesky Migration Issues
  • A real distro-hopper-stopper
  • Arista - Multimedia Transcoder for GNOME
  • Shared libraries worth their while
  • How to release and renew a DHCP IP address in Ubuntu
  • Mensa using Drupal
  • RTS Game 0 A.D. Needs You!
  • Virtualization for Developers with VirtualBox
  • Gnome And KDE Might Collaborate in Creating A FLOSS Alternative To Dropbox
  • Parted Magic 4.9: New Device Names
  • "Hands on Drupal" rap
  • Groups in eleven EU member states participate in Document Freedom Day

today's leftovers:

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  • Compiz cube and your icons
  • BAR - Backup archiver program
  • Bursting with reports to deliver? Here’s a tool for you
  • Lucid Lynx beta boasts social networking features
  • Open source finds its way into CFD trading
  • The Difficulties of Unwritten Community Standards
  • XtreemOS 2.1: Linux for the Grid
  • Saint Tim Berners-Lee
  • How a Couple of ex-Microsoft Guys Built An Open Source Powerhouse
  • OData Client goes Open Source
  • muscle memory
  • Going Linux - Mar 22: #097 - Linux and Cloud Computing
  • redirect requests to domain names without www to www.domain.tld
  • Radeon 3D Performance: Gallium3D vs. Classic Mesa
  • New brush in Krita: Softbrush
  • UK government’s open source commitment words not deeds
  • Tim Berners Lee gets $30 million for web studies
  • Five Must-Have Chrome Extensions
  • Red Hat Inc. Call Buying Spikes Ahead of Earnings
  • Demand grows for SQL and Linux skills
  • Need for Open Source Developers Continues to Increase
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