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  • Linus says: “C++ is a horrible language”

  • Microsoft's browser market share drops 9.5 percent in a year
  • Shaping up the time for KDE.
  • OpenLierox

today's extra links and whatnots

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  • Ubuntu Howto: Install Ruby and Ruby on Rails

  • Analogy: Ubuntu is to WordPress as openSUSE is to Movable Type
  • Itanium Linux creds lined up for Gelato ICE
  • The Horsemen Assemble
  • ActiveState opens part of Komodo IDE
  • DistroWatch Top 5*
  • IT practical tests on ‘open’ platform
  • Firefox Locks Out Adblock Plugin Users
  • Open source shouldn't just be a marketing exercise
  • Getting Open Source help for schools
  • No other operating system has ever been this shaky.
  • Linux Yesterday And Linux Tomorrow, But Never Linux Today
  • Slackware: There's something totally sane about it
  • Slackware: Secure all the way back to 8.1
  • Settingup an FTP Server on Ubuntu with ProFTPD
  • Tweaking Ubuntu Ultimate

today's leftover links

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  • Mac, Linux BBC iPlayers in the offing, says PM

  • A childlike pleasure can be derived from a computing catastrophe
  • Linux Based PLAYSTATION®3 System to Power Office 2.0 Conference
  • Which OS You Use Can Depend On What Looks Good
  • Linux Community Chuckles at Slowdown Prediction
  • Linus' new T-Shirt
  • HP OfficeJet 5610 works well with Ubuntu
  • Geneva Public Library moves to Ubuntu
  • Licensing issues
  • PyClock 0.1.0, Now with some Images!
  • Why I’m staying with Debian
  • Parliamentarians to discuss Open Source software

today's leftovers

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  • My Favorite Open Source Business Models

  • Linux is Alright
  • Open source acquisitions, time to grow up?
  • PhpGedView puts your ancestors on the Web
  • Ian Murdock: Where's the War?
  • GP2X-F200 Video
  • Time to Show More Oxygen
  • GPLv3 up 19% over last week
  • Layers of Ubuntu

today's leftovers

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  • Google grows into a target

  • Sub-$10 processor does HD video, runs Linux
  • Mozilla keeps Eudora alive, releases new version based on Thunderbird
  • GNOME GUI task scheduler install howto
  • Enterprises saving millions of dollars with open source
  • National openSUSE Portuguese Meeting (ENOS) is Over
  • Review of RoadRunner Cable
  • MSOOXML: What Happened in Hungary
  • Back on Ubuntu
  • Jono Bacon Proud of his Dad
  • Fedora Linux add MP3, Java, DVD Playback and multimedia support
  • Using TrueCrypt on Ubuntu for Encryption
  • Paul "Locki" Wedgwood Interviewed + Special ET:QW Competition

today's leftover links

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  • 2007 OLF Speakers

  • Nero burns on Linux
  • Motorola's Linux phone arrives at U.S. stores
  • Free x86 Linux router distro rev'd
  • Finally! Upgraded to 7.04 "Feisty"
  • Open source booming in K-12 education
  • Email marketer harnesses the power of Gentoo
  • Two More Linux Games
  • Command line tip - add a user from the command line
  • Finstall: New GUI installer for FreeBSD Operating System
  • Xandros CEO Andreas Typaldos: Getting Along With Redmond
  • Video on the Web: Browser Support

new links

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  • Apache Guru Greg Stein Mugged

  • Awesome timeline of Unix, Linux and Mac OSX
  • Linux: The Really Fair Scheduler
  • More clues point to Google phone
  • Linux is so cool because....

Today's Leftovers

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  • Animal Logic keeps Linux on edge

  • using wget for data and file transfers
  • More Microsoft Malfeasance
  • Hackers adopt Linux-based IAD
  • Java administration tips for Ubuntu
  • next desktop jump
  • Unix is not just Unix
  • Defining OSS Community Roles - Why the Fuss?
  • fix Debian Etch font problem
  • Traffic Monitoring with vnStat

midday link dump

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  • Tabbed File Browsing

  • Linux (Simply Mepis vs pclinuxos 2007) installation on a PC
  • Multiboot - Solaris and Ubuntu
  • "The Linux Experience" at Dell, a tale of woe and wow.
  • Utah Open Source Conference
  • klik2 Development: A First Screencast with First Results
  • Ubuntu Founder Mark Shuttleworth on Productivity and Linux
  • Becoming a part of the Firefox quality assurance process
  • Installing Valve’s STEAM and Counterstrike on Ubuntu
  • BibleTime - Bible study from Linux howto

today's leftovers

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  • Google Gphone touted for September

  • New Design for digiKam Camera Interface
  • Microsoft's OOXML 'choice' argument squashed
  • Google's Mobile Operating System: Linux
  • Mount and Unmount Images Using AcetoneISO
  • Send Twitter updates from XChat using Python
  • Can you save the planet by switching to a “black” Google?
  • Open Source VoIP on Campus, Part 1
  • Opera 9.5 Download Available Tuesday
  • Installing Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn on a ThinkPad 600E
  • FoxTorrent - Next-Generation File Sharing
  • Does Google own your content?
  • Turn Firefox into a Security Platform
  • UFRaw 0.12 could make new converts to open source RAW photo conversion
  • Micrososft: Linux Keeps Losing - NOT!
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