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Spotify for Linux arrives

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techradar.com: Spotify for Linux has arrived, with a preview version of the popular music service arriving on the open source platform.

Ubuntu 10.10 Alpha 2 Software Center VS Linux Mint 9 Software Manager

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linuxnov.com: With the new release Ubuntu 10.10 Alpha 2 the new software center comes with a new shape, as well the new release of software manager of Linux Mint 9 Isadora.

The Five Orders of Technology OR Why OpenOffice Impress Sucks

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hartmansblog.blogspot: don't have decades of experience supporting technology, but in the few years I've been at the academies I've noticed that several mistakes I've made were as a result of my failure to properly understand what I've come to refer to as the "Five Orders of Technology".

Smitten with Xfce 4

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blogs.techrepublic.com: The first desktop I decided to cover was, oddly enough, Xfce. The first thing to do? Get to know Xfce. I did..and I was really impressed.

5 things you didn't know about Java performance monitoring

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Java performance profiling with JConsole and VisualVM

Is This the End of the Line for Python 2.x?

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developer.com: The Python programming language has been in a rather long transition. Version 3.x came out 18 months ago, but 2.x has carried on as developers support legacy apps and code. But now that developers have had 18 months to get ready, Developer.com wonders, will Python 2.7 be the end of the 2.x line?

Orage: Xfce calendar application

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ghacks.net: As we continue on with our travels down the Xfce path, I thought it would be smart to highlight the Xfce calendaring application Orage.

Virtual DJ Software for Linux: Mixxx

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junauza.com: When I was still using Windows, I remembered playing or should I say scratching with the popular audio/video mixing software made by Atomix Productions called VirtualDJ. So I started looking for DJ software program that I could install on my Linux box.

Clementine 0.4: Amarok 1.4 reborn

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linuxcritic.wordpress: I’m really not a fan of the new Amarok, and I’ve been as yet unsuccessful in finding something to replace my beloved Amarok 1.4. Fortunately, I’m not the only Amarok 1.4 lover out there. It’s been forked, and the new version is called Clementine.

Make Music For Free

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techradar.com: Free Linux music packages Ardour, Hydrogen and Jack will help you fall in love with a whole new world of creative possibilities

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Lumina Desktop Gets lumina-mediaplayer

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