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10 secrets of Nautilus (file manager)

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linuxcrunch.com: There are many secrets about Nautilus normal users might not familiar with them; therefore, in this article, I will try to shed light on some of them.

Novell plugs Linux developers into Visual Studio

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  • Novell plugs Linux developers into Visual Studio
  • Miguel de Icaza: Mono Tools for Visual Studio
  • Miguel de Icaza And Mono: Platform-Agnostic Programming Power
  • Novell Press Release

Learning with Gcompris

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linuxjournal.com: Today, I'm going to discuss the Gcompris education suite. Gcompris is meant for younger children from 2 to 10 years old, though it seems to focus on the younger part of this range.

September 2010 for GNOME 3.0, official

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  • September 2010 for GNOME 3.0, official
  • GNOME 3.0 in September 2010

5 More Free Linux Apps You Can't Do Without

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  • 6 Reasons Why the Deskbar Applet Kicks Ass
  • Best of Linux Docks
  • 5 More Free Linux Apps You Can't Do Without

tnote: Simple is good

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kmandla.wordpress: Simple is good. For a console note-taker, tnote is extremely simple.

Free online multimedia conversion tools

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dedoimedo.com: Have a lot of multimedia files in all sorts of formats? Would you like some of the less known ones converted into friendly, popular formats that everyone can play? Do not really know where to start?

Banshee Gets "Digital Library" integration

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omgubuntu.co.uk: If you use the Banshee Daily PPA you may have recently noticed* a new entry in the left hand menu panel: Internet Archive.

Open Source CMS market share report 2009

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Drupal

buytaert.net: The 2009 Open Source CMS market share report was released a couple of weeks ago. The report concludes that WordPress, Joomla! and Drupal maintain a large lead on the rest of the pack.

Plugins aren't always a good choice

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blog.flameeyes.eu: I used to be an enthusiast about plugin interfaces; with time, though, I started having more and more doubts about their actual usefulness.

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