v00d00.net: Now with any major new release of GNOME you are going to get alot of “omg totally awesome new stuff in gnome!” posts. The real question is do you want it to do something new?
informationweek.com/blog: If Linux doesn't change its attitude about prepackaged binary (read: closed source) software anytime soon, here's a suggestion: a generic software deployment system for Linux binaries.
computerworlduk.com: Once upon a time, the monthly Netcraft Web server survey was nice and boring. Regular as clockwork, it showed the complete dominance of Apache in this sector.
sinaisix.blogspot: One of the drawbacks to most people who want to migrate to Linux is that it lacks some really good image manipulation applications. Below are five.
techradar.com: Despite all the glitz, the same age-old tools are chugging away at the back-end, giving the front-end apps approximately equal powers. So, how do the various disc burning apps stack up against each other and which one should you trust with your data?
penguininside.blogspot: Why do you even need it? Clipboard management is not just for content editors. In fact you will always need one on your Linux box. So, Here are some clipboard management applications for Linux desktop.
phoronix.com: While the X.Org developers are responsible for a lot of critical code and much of it is quite old and massive. Concerns about the degrading quality of releases have been voiced for years. Fortunately, this situation may finally turn around.
linux-mag.com: Coding is often just a small part of software development. There are lots of other tasks to attend to. Here are some tools to help with all aspects of the job.
openbytes.wordpress: Many users without experience of Linux will not know how well catered for Nintendo, (or indeed most system) emulation is. The is one of a few articles I will be writing on the subject as I think a barrier that prevents people from running Linux will be area’s like this.
blog.internetnews.com: During the Intel Developer Forum this week, Microsoft announced that it was planning on delivering its Silverlight media for Intel's Moblin Linux. What's the point of replicating what Novell already does?