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Peter Hebert
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A look at options for Drupal 6 site owners to move their site to a supported platform.

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Convert a cluttered mess of recipes clipped from magazines and newspapers and printed out from the web into something easily viewable and searchable in your tablet. Part 1 of a series discusses using FileMaker Go on the iPad. #FileMaker #database #recipe #foodie

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Sweet - GIMP is implementing their own version of Photoshop's Puppet Warp! Soon I won't need Adobe for anything...
Marek Dvorožňák recorded a quick demo of the n-point deformation tool that he created for GIMP thanks to Google Summer of Code program.

We can't say yet, if it lands to 2.10, but we'll let you know :) Meanwhile, there's still a lot of work to do before we can release 2.10 (or estimate its time of arrival).

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so true!
HTML5 Presentation :D
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If you trust one company to essentially be the guardian of all your data, then it's your own fault in the end if that data gets compromised, no?

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funny but sadly not far from the truth...

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Love it! good to see they have a sense of humour about the situation...

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"960 Grind Sistem" - what is that, a framework for strippers? You might want to run a spellcheck...

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Why my next phone might not be a phone.

About a month ago, I wrote a column called: Wait, so why do we need phones again? My point was that the "phone" inside smartphones is the most unnecessary part of the phone. After all, there are dozens of really good apps and connected services that replace nearly all aspects of phone-call making and text messaging.

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9235952/Wait_so_why_do_we_need_phones_again_

To me, the most important features of a phone are the camera, and also the ability to run all kinds of apps.

So what's the downside of buying something like the Samsung Galaxy Camera EK-GC100, which is an Android-based, Android-app running, mobile broadband and Wi-Fi connecting digital camera that does not have a "phone" built into it. (Besides the bulk.)

Am I missing something? Why not use this device, plus Google+, Google Voice and Skype to replace the phone feature?

http://www.gizmag.com/review-samsung-galaxy-camera/26311/
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