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Ubuntu developers: Jonathan Riddell: Kubuntu 12.04 LTS is out

A shiny new Kubuntu release all for you. You can install it safe in the knowledge that the Kubuntu community will make security
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Buculei: A history of Mozilla browsers design

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On his blog, Nicu Buculei has an interesting retrospective of browser design, complete with screen shots. Readers may or may not agree with his
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Wouter Verhelst: Switching to duckduckgo

In the late 90s, google became popular for one reason: because they had a no-nonsense frontpage that loaded quickly and didn’t try to play
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Ubuntu developers: Scott James Remnant: Book Review: The Years of Rice and Salt

Enough people have recommended that I read Kim Stanley Robinson’s The Years of Rice and Salt that it’s surprising that it’s taken me
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Featured projects, week of 2012-04-23

This week, we’re featuring two games – Glest and Zero AD – three media tools – aTunes, fre:ac, and gPhoto – one security tool –
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The Anvil Podcast – CMU Sphinx

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Rich: A few days ago I spoke with Alex Rudnicky, Evandro Gouvea, Bhiksha Raj, and Rita Singh, who all work on the CMU
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Why Juniper Gives Back to the FreeBSD Community

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Michael Bushong, Senior Director of Product Management for Junos Software at Juniper Networks, wrote today on Giving Back to the FreeBSD Community.  With
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Tour of the Arduino Manufacturing Facility

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Have you ever wondered where all those magical Arduinos come from?  Surprise!  They come from Torino, Italy.  The video below will walk you through the PCB manufacuring and assembly process.  A quick history lesson for you: this revolutionary microcontroller platform was created in 2005 by founders Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles who wanted a device to [...]

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