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Top 10 Docky Themes – Gnome Do Dock

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linuxnov.com: After installing Ubuntu 10.10 I installed avant window navigator dock the development version but i had many problems with it. i installed Gnome do docky lately on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick and to totally awesome.

Video editors usage statistics: duty calls

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jeff.ecchi.ca/blog: I can’t resist biting OpenShot’s bait. Jonathan, with all due respect, I think you haven’t paid enough attention in statistics class.

Clementine music player goes mono…

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omgubuntu.co.uk: Clementine – the Amarok 1.4 inspired music player – is going mono in its forthcoming release.

Web browser speed test: Chrome, Firefox, IE9, Opera and Safari head-to-head

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daniweb.com: With Internet Explorer 9 being acclaimed as the fastest ever browser client from Microsoft, DaniWeb decided to put it to the test against Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari and see just how quick it really is in a real world test of web browsing speed.

Eight Tech Signs the World really might be coming to an End

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: You have all heard the jokes that the end of the Mayan calender on December 21st 2012 might bring about "the end of the world." There have been more than a few technology releases/announcements in the past couple years that many of us thought would never happen.

Wallpaper Changer for Linux

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linuxaria.com: In Linux, setting an image as the desktop wallpaper is not a difficult task, but getting it to change automatically at a certain interval is.

Linux Audio Update: The Fall Fashions

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linuxjournal.com: This week's entry looks at a unique new audio editor, some important updates, and a very cool programming environment for graphics (and much more). As always, some tasty treats are cooking in the Linux audio kitchen.

Schools Combine Netbooks, Open Source

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Ubuntu

edweek.org: Thanks to the relatively simultaneous development of smaller and cheaper laptops and advances in open-source computing, schools that could not afford 1-to-1 computing programs a few years ago are finding ways to adopt them today.

Surviving Mac, Windows, Linux on daily basis

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linuxevangelist.blogspot: I am a Linux, Mac & Windows user and I use them on daily basis. I use Linux for all my personal works, Windows at my Office and Mac on the move [since I bought it at high premium].

Qalculate is a Powerful Calculator For Linux

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maketecheasier.com: Qalculate is a powerful calculator for Linux that can solve complex mathematical expressions, units conversion, graph plotting and many more sophisticated functions.

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