penguininside.blogspot: Having trouble sorting out hundreds of e-Books? If the collection is too big, its really not friendlier to find a book by file name. We need something like Book Shelf to keep them in order, that is what e-Book Collection Managers are, but they are a lot flexible than our real life Book Shelves.
learningubuntu.com: Even though in the world of Twitter there are a lot of fantastic, feature-full programs for the Twitter power user, that's not exactly what I, a simple Twitter user, is looking for.
tuxradar.com: We picked out the best desktop search tools for Linux and put them through their paces - read on to find out how they fared!
thenextweb.com: Boxee, the popular media center application, is now in public beta following an extensive pre-beta period. The new release comes for OS X, Windows, and Ubuntu.
ghacks.net: Some people choose to draw their flow charts with the help of graphing paper. But others prefer to map out their flow charts with software like Dia. But like Dia is to GNOME, so Kivio is to KDE.
ostatic.com/blog: One of Monty Widenius' arguments about the vulnerability of PostgreSQL has caught the attention of the PostgreSQL community. In a comment on OStatic, Widenius says that "PostgreSQL can also be killed" by a company like Oracle.
arstechnica.com: Contributors to the WebKitGTK+ project recently gathered for a hackfest to improve the open source HTML renderer's integration with the GTK+ toolkit. They added some cache control APIs, improved support for HTML5 video, form persistence, and other features.
penguinpetes.com: I'm going to attempt to answer the number-one most common technology question on the web, and hopefully do it so I can just link people here. Wish me luck, I'll need it!
linuxjournal.com: We're getting close to the last stops on our tour of NLEs for Linux. This week I've focused my attention on two editors, both of which surprised me in many ways.
omgubuntu.co.uk: Instant Messaging client ‘Emesene’ slipped a new release out on Monday but what’s new in it?