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- There Is No Doubt, Steam Is Coming To Linux!
Phoronix: "Yesterday we showed proof of Steam's Linux client existence via its Mac OS X launcher that is currently in closed beta, then this morning we showed further signs of Linux support."
- Cities of the Future, Part 4: Open Source Avenue
LinuxInsider: "Many large businesses and government organizations use OSS, but keep in mind that open source doesn't necessarily mean free -- or even cheap."
- Our Tech-Savvy Supreme Court
WSJ Law Blog: "...the first sign of trouble came was about midway through the argument, when Chief Justice John Roberts asked what the difference was �between email and a pager?�"
- wall mounted touch screen linux computer features "green" technology
Handle With Linux: "This is a wall mounted, touch screen, low power, linux computer. Made from recycled materials, this is a pretty environmental friendly device."
- Five handy tools in the GIMP toolbox
Ghacks: "For many Linux users, The GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Project) seems to mostly be a tool of mystery and confusion. The biggest reason for this is lack of exposure. Most users that complain about The GIMP's interface really only need to get to know the interface."
- Facebook conference opens with controversy
SFGate: "I don't see how it's meant to benefit Facebook users. I can see what it will get you is data mining and targeted advertising."
- The Thing about Volunteers and Civility
Modern Perl Books: "The thing about volunteers is if it's not worth their time or energy or health or sanity or happiness to keep volunteering, they can walk away whenever they want."
- Freshly Squeezed Debian: Installing from Live DVD
Tuxmachines: "Last month, the Debian Live Project released live CD and DVD images of the next version of Debian, codenamed "Squeeze." They included an installer that uses the live filesystem rather than packages, so it has the advantages of being fast and allowing you to preview on the live media"
- Obama open sources custom White House code
The Register: "The Obama White House has contributed code back to the Drupal community, six months after it made headlines by adopting the open source CMS."
- Zmanda's Data Backup: Enterprise Quality, SMB Prices
Small Business Computing: "...many SMBs vulnerable to natural and man-made disasters because few small business owners have been able to tackle the cost and complexity of data backup and disaster recovery processes. Zmanda, an open source, cloud-based data backup company, aims to change that."
- Intel's Meego OS to Reach Mainstream Laptops
PC World: "Intel is developing an edition of the Linux-based Meego OS that will work on mainstream laptops and desktops, a company executive said this week"
- A Music Lover's Fedora Linux Workstation
Tech Source: "We've got here our very first entry for "The $100.00 (USD) Coolest Linux Workspace Contest". It's from Mauricio, a Music Theory student. If he wins the contest, he says that he will be using the money to buy a USB mic for some serious music recording."
- Frontier Communications "Testing" Users Response To Being Ridiculously Overcharged For Bandwidth
TechDirt: "Last year Time Warner Cable took a pretty severe beating from the press and public for plans to impose not only monthly broadband usage caps as low as 5 GB a month, but also for their decision to charge users up to $2 per additional GB."
- C language inventor spurns Google's language exam
The Register: "Google won't allow the co-inventor of Unix and the C language to check-in code, because he won't take the mandatory language test."
- Linux Shedding Indie Status is a Good Thing
OStatic: "But like the fanboys who pine for the days before indie bands went to major labels, there's a loud minority in the Linux community protesting the commercial offerings that come along with success."
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