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A blog built for developing open source skills for any level of user experience.
A blog built for developing open source skills for any level of user experience.

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I've been an Opera fan for many years, and I have seen Opera do many interesting open-source experiments(like Opera web-browser), and Opera Max looks incredible!!!
Come hang out with us!
Come hangout with Opera Max mastermind, Sergey Lossev! The meeting will be aired live on YouTube:
Opera Max video Hangout 

- Cant' wait? You can start asking questions right now - in the comments down below or the Q&A app on the hangout page.

You can also post questions during the hangout for a chance to win prizes. 

We look forward to seeing you!

Try Opera Max: http://bit.ly/1fRJFc9
Opera Max squeezes video, photos and images on almost every app on your phone. Opera Max can compress the data coming to your phone by up to 50%. 

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I've been waiting for this all year! I'm so lucky I could walk there if I had to.
Announcing the Northeast linux Fest on April 5 at the Residence Inn Marriot in Cambridge Massachusetts. Come to the Sillicon valley of the east coast and learn all about open source softwware. We have 2 tracks of industry leaders of the open source world. Jon "Maddog" Hall will be speaking along with Paul Asadoorian from Paul's security weekly podcast. We will also have speakers from Red Hat and Fedora speaking on how to use linux in a active directory environment and using virtualazation. Also from Podnutz.com we will have Doortodoorgeek. Please visit

http://www.northeastlinuxfest.org

You must register if you want to come to this free event! We are looking forward to seeing everyone there!     

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I am passionate about Linux conferences, because I learn so much. I will do almost anything to see the Linux community thrive.
Whether you are new to Free software or a seasoned veteran, the Northeast GNU/Linux Fest is for you! we have speakers and classes to meet your needs. We will have talks from people such as John Sullivan of the Free Software Foundation, and this year we are honored to have Jon 'Maddog" Hall giving the keynote. Join us at Historical Harvard University for the Third Annual Northeast Linux Fest on March 16-17, 2013.
 http://www.northeastlinuxfest.org 

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More great facts from the Mozilla-foundation.
Do you know who's watching you online? A new Firefox Add-on called Lightbeam can help shed some light. Give it a try and tell us what you found out: http://mzl.la/1gYGj6L.
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How many people knew that the original in house only Googledeveloper stations ran firefox as their web-browser for many early years, before chrome was an idea???
The biggest reason I use +firefox is because When I close the browser I have set it up to auto delete the session's/cookies/, why would Google want to help you do that with +chromeOS? Ps I'm a hypocrite, because I have a chrome-book, w/ this set as my wallpaper.
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I have a dear friend wanting to learn cartoon style animation, this is a great intro tutorial.
Kriss Berzkalns writes:

"I used Blender 3D to create the robot and to get the composition and perspective right. After that I jumped into Inkscape and vectorized the image, added the text and finished it up in overall. I hope you like it and you are free to print it to post somewhere or hang on your wall. Enjoy!"

via http://www.blendernation.com/2013/07/30/timelapse-the-angry-robot-poster/

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I was always annoyed w/ 2 seperate passwords for the forums, and everything else. And this made less work for people who already have U1 setup.

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Not a bit surprising.
Twenty years of Top500 supercomputing data shows that in just 10 years the list underwent a complete inversion from 96 percent Unix to 96 percent Linux. A new Linux Foundation paper explains why:

https://www.linux.com/news/featured-blogs/200-libby-clark/730889-20-years-of-top500-data-show-linuxs-role-in-supercomputing-breakthroughs #linux   #supercomputers   #top500   #hpc  
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The NEX format is a step towards an open ecosystem for add-ons development for the future.

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