ostatic.com/blog: On a regular basis, we at OStatic round up our ongoing collections of open source resources, tutorials, reviews and project tours. Hopefully, you'll find something to learn from here, and the good news is that everything found in this post is free.
desktoplinuxreviews.com: Hulu is one of the most popular video sites on the web. You can watch all kinds of different television shows and movies right in your browser. But there’s also another way to watch Hulu and that’s to download the Hulu Desktop application for Linux.
linux.com: One of the handiest tools you'll ever have on Linux (and other *nix systems) is rsync. As the name implies, rsync is used to sync files on remote and local machines. You can use rsync to copy files to remote systems and back again, or to make backups to locally mounted hard drives.
blogs.techrepublic.com: Vincent Danen walks you through the easy steps for changing the application defaults associated with certain file types in the Gnome desktop.
earthweb.com: Linux may no longer have the largest share of the netbook market, the way it did a couple of years ago. But you could still say that if the community isn't dominating in sales, it's taking the lead in interface choices.
mybroadband.co.za: Opera Software ASA announced Tuesday that co-founder and CEO Jon von Tetzchner has stepped down following 15 years at the helm of the Norwegian software developer.
linux-mag.com: If at first you don’t succeed, try again. Opera hasn’t cracked double digits in the desktop browser market, but that doesn’t mean the company is giving up. A few days ago, Opera released alpha builds of Opera 10.5 and made them available for download.
stormyscorner.com: The GNOME Foundation's mission is to provide a free desktop accessible to everyone. Accessible regardless of their ability to pay, their physical ability or the language they speak.
linuxuser.co.uk: Arora is a simple and lightweight cross-platform web browser based on the WebKit web browser engine, which has a small memory footprint. It can do some things that the more sophisticated web browsers can do.
kmandla.wordpress: I mentioned byobu the other day, and a few days before I mentioned a slew of audio players for the console. Here’s a mis-mash of those ideas, with three audio mixers running inside the Ubuntu version of byobu.