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  • Akademy 2009 Group Photo

  • New Apache board elected
  • Firefox 3.5 makes browsing a delight ... and much faster
  • LOL @ Mono outpaces Java in Linux desktop development
  • GIMP Lightning Brushes
  • Gentoo to Ubuntu Migration Part 3: Conclusion, Part 2, Part 1
  • Windows of mass destruction
  • Silverlight for Linux
  • Keeping In Touch: A Guide To Linux Audio Comm Channels
  • Google vs MS Comic
  • The Web at 20
  • Lancelot 1.7 screencast (KDE 4.3)
  • Linux Basement Episode 40 - SELF Recap

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  • Browser Comparison: Memory Usage, Speed, Acid 3 Test

  • Group test: screencasting apps
  • Ubuntu Past
  • Google Frenzy and Mono Mania
  • Peek seeks help to get Linux running
  • Ubuntu's maker: Chrome OS 'no slam dunk' just because Google announces it
  • Linux, Thunderbird, and the BlackBerry; A Love Story
  • Towards responsible disclosure
  • GNOME Annual Report 2008 released
  • Of Monopolies and Mono
  • Virtualbox 3.0: Virtualization Brilliance
  • An interview with Travis Newman
  • Five ways Microsoft has changed since Gates left
  • Life with Linux: Up and running, and changing the look
  • Linux Outlaws 101 - FISL, Fo' Shizzle

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  • Jim Zemlin: Linux the Clear Winner in Google OS News

  • Google Chrome OS vs. Microsoft Windows CNBC News Report Video
  • Life with Linux: Simplifying and starting over
  • Life with Linux: First customizations
  • Linux Mint 7 Gloria – MiniReview
  • The Future Of EGL On Linux With Mesa, Eagle
  • Funtoo-dev Mailing List - Initscripts
  • Opera Unite is a scary little Wave
  • Google Chromium gains native theming support on Linux
  • KDE 4 on Ubuntu
  • Twitter Gets In Your Face About Upgrading to Firefox
  • Tuxradar: Podcast Season 1 Episode 12
  • Oscar Mayer dies at 95

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  • Life with Linux: The basic situation

  • Don't you hate it when people say that Linux is "hard to use"?
  • Bold Prediction: "Ubuntu's Bug 1 will be closed in the next 24 months"
  • Acer Aspire One with Linpus Linux
  • Should I disable AppArmor?
  • KDE e.V. Elects New Board of Directors
  • Gran Canaria and Akademy
  • Day 2 at Gran Canaria Desktop Summit
  • X Server 1.6.2 Gets Released
  • kde4 multihead, 4.3 rc1 tasks widget crashiness, multi-head update
  • 4 Universities Move to Cooperative Support Program for Open Source LMS
  • Neptuny Joins the Red Hat Partner Program in Italy
  • Windows "Screen Of Death" now on Linux (GDM Theme)
  • Linux Foundation Appoints Executive to Support Initiatives in Europe
  • Open Source on the Agenda
  • Why Dag, Dries and RPMforge can’t fully be trusted
  • Virtualization: Pushing Linux Into Small Businesses?
  • The Software Freedom Law Show - Episode 0x11: Patented Languages
  • Firefox 3.5 vs. Chrome 3 Showdown, Round 3

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  • The cloud is a lie

  • Cisco, Red Hat in the Cloud: Friends or Enemies?
  • Could Firefox 3.5 Spark a Web Design Boom?
  • First Linux Action Show released using the new HTML5 Video Tag – The RESULTS!
  • Could I Have Lost My PR3 Because of Firefox 3.5?
  • The Florida Linux Show Helps Establish FLAG
  • Ingres: We're Gaining From The MySQL Meltdown
  • there will be no Nokia devices running Android any time soon
  • Nokia Denies Android Reports
  • SSH, the Cluster is working.
  • No mandatory audio and video codecs in HTML 5
  • Firefox Icon History and Creative Brief – The Big Picture
  • A Comparison of Open Source Search Engines
  • DRM: The Programmers View
  • New Features Of PHP 5.3.0
  • Red Hat KVM virtualization announcement expected at VMworld
  • Will AMD's XvBA Beat Out NVIDIA's VDPAU?
  • My Week in Ubuntu: Twitter-fix
  • How to try Google Android on x86 computers with a LiveCD
  • Introducing the new FSF campaigns manager
  • Identifying pointless .la files for plugins
  • This is the house
  • Light and efficient teeny-weeny text editor
  • PostgreSQL speeds up database
  • Linux Outlaws 100 - Outlaws on the Autobahn

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  • What if Microsoft bought Ubuntu?

  • VoIP: Fedora Talk gets talky
  • HOWTO: Compiling packages from source on Debian Linux
  • Ubuntu: Featuring Closed-Source Technology
  • ExMan – the super simple personal expense manager
  • Arena live started
  • LinuxTag aftermath
  • Did OpenBitTorrent just become The Pirate Bay 2.0?
  • The end of the mono-debugger saga
  • Add Facebook chat to Pidgin on Mandriva 2009.1
  • The Linux Action Show! Season 10 Episode 8
  • Gran Canaria Day 1 & 2
  • Frustrated? Try compiz, use as directed.
  • Prefered Linux Applications

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  • Linus Issues Independence Day 2.6.31-rc2 Kernel

  • Claws Mail: Must-have plugins
  • Yo Frankie Game Gets Updated, Version 1.1
  • Opera Unite - File Sharing, Messaging, Note Taking & more Right in your Browser
  • The debugged debugger — part 2
  • What does RAND mean?
  • Implement SSH port knocking on OpenSuSE
  • On the importance of MTU
  • Ubuntu Linux Resources

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  • GNOME and KDE developer conference begins on Gran Canaria

  • Canonical Party Welcomes Gran Canaria Desktop Summit
  • KDE Updates
  • USB 3.0 Equipped PCs Will Be Shipping by End of the Year
  • Apple, Linux exempt from Chinese filter
  • Working With Upstream: An Interview with Laszlo Peter
  • Ubuntu 9.04 desktop edition
  • The neverending fun of debugging a debugger
  • Firefox 3.5 Hits 10 Million Downloads
  • firefoxes are cute
  • Ubuntu Tweak 0.4.7.3 released
  • Ubuntu 9.04 on the IBM T60 – going Linux full time?
  • Microsoft weighs next-phase in open-source support
  • Jackalope Seems to be Jaunty Enough
  • Opera Unite Review - Potential Not Fully Realised
  • Three Open Source E-book Readers Worth a Look
  • Microsoft Keeps Beating a Dead Browser
  • Mixxx-ing Tracks on Linux
  • Podcast 58 Gentoo Developer Diego E. Petteno (Flameeyes)

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  • U.S. Netbooks: Five Examples Why Windows Dominates Linux

  • Fireworks from the Command Line
  • Five best download managers for Linux
  • Winning war won't secure peace for open source
  • NVIDIA Issues An Open-Source Driver Update
  • Will "good enough" virtualization topple VMware?
  • eight million firefox downloads in two days
  • The Promise and the Pain of Open Source
  • Ubuntu: brought to you by Microsoft
  • Open Source and the Cloud: Where’s the LAMP?
  • The Best Free Linux Games Ever
  • Why haven't you heard of Linux
  • Antix Player ported to Linux
  • Ubuntu private clouds need more than tools; they need support, too
  • Linux Vendors Head to the Cloud in Search of Cash
  • A Root-less X Server Nears Reality
  • Ubuntu 9.10 Boot Performance - It Does Matter
  • Linux Outlaws 99 - FUDCast (Linux Tag Special)

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  • Microsoft punishes Linux, Mac and white box PC builders

  • Windows And Linux Prepare For Netbook Wars II
  • Linux Netbooks: 3 paths to a bright future
  • Red Hat creates program for cloud providers
  • Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Services Helps Users Build Private Clouds
  • Gecko end-of-life
  • 3 Alternative CD Ripping applications on Windows / Mac OS X / Linux
  • Tracking Your Time with Project Hamster
  • Why do I have to fill out a registration form to use VirtualBox?
  • Cisco Getting Ready to Delivery Office-Like Apps?
  • The Benefits of Setting up sSMTP or any Email Server
  • Mono is not a patent threat for Debian
  • What is Distro and Why They Exist
  • Linux Gazette July 2009 (#164)
  • Kubuntu 9.04
  • Tiny Core Linux 2.1
  • Novell SLES 10 to OpenSUSE 11.1 Migration
  • Linux virtualisation hypervisor KVM hits release 87
  • The Cost Of Free, Revisited
  • Three Books Every System Administrator Should Read
  • HP Mini 2140 - I Get To Try One
  • Creeping Unix featurism
  • SourceForge New Site On Line
  • Veteran Actor Karl Malden Dies at 97
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