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Your Financial Buddi

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everyjoe.com: Yup, I’m talking about a financial buddy whose name is Buddi. It’s almost the new year and if you’re one like me who just recently started getting more concerned about her personal finances, then it’s great to have tools to help us.

12 Awesome KDM Themes For Your Linux

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  • 12 Awesome KDM Themes For Your Linux
  • 2 Gorgeous New Docky Skins

An analog clock for the console

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  • An analog clock for the console
  • No, terminal apps are not dying

Where is Samba going?

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Every few months the Samba developers have started releasing a status and direction report called "The Samba Team Blog".

OpenTumblr Goes QT

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omgubuntu.co.uk: OpenTumblr is a desktop application for posting and uploading files, photos, etc, to your Tumbr account.

Decent Office Suite in Linux

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pclinuxos2007.blogspot: Ashampoo Office a a tiny humble suite that consisted of a word processor (textmaker), a spreadsheet program (planmaker) and a presentation software (presentation). This suite takes just 39.77MB of install space, and 33.25MB of memory.

An early look at VLMC

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linuxcrunch.com: VLMC (VideoLAN Movie Creator) is a free video editing software, offering features to realize semi-professional quality movies, but with the aim to stay simple and user-friendly.

To-Do Applications Reviewed

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omgubuntu.co.uk: To-Do applications may seem over-kill to some (“what’s wrong with pen and paper?”) but I, personally, find they really help my workflow. Linux has a fair old selection of task applications, but are they any good?

Organize Holiday Photos with digiKam 1.0

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ostatic.com/blog: Just in time for the holiday break, and all those holiday photos, the digiKam team has put the finishing touches on the 1.0 release and Kipi-plugins 1.0 as well.

GnoMenu – A Customizable, Good-Looking Application Menu

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makeuseof.com: One of the great things about Linux is that there are a number of options for almost everything that you can hope to achieve. A very slick application menu is the GnoMenu. GnoMenu is a highly customizable application launcher. Let us see what all it can do.

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