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- An In-depth Look at Gentoo Linux
Kernel News: "Imagine an Operating System that only includes the features that you actually want and use. An Operating System that is finely tuned to your computer hardware. One that doesn't include any resource hogging applications that you don't need such as "Desktop Search" or huge bloated software..."
- Some notes from the Collaboration Summit
LWN.net: "Your editor has just returned from the Linux Foundation's annual Collaboration Summit, held in San Francisco. LFCS is a unique event; despite becoming more developer-heavy over the years, it still pulls together an interesting combination of people from the wider Linux ecosystem."
- Recover Data Like a Forensics Expert Using an Ubuntu Live CD
Lifehacker: "Plenty of utilities can recover deleted files, but what if you can't boot your computer, or the whole drive has been formatted? Here's how to dig deep and recover the most elusive deleted files, or even whole partitions."
- ZaReason Ships Ubuntu 10.04 Systems
WorksWithU: "Each time Canonical ships a new Ubuntu release, I'm inclined to reach out to two specific PC companies: ZaReason and System76. Both companies focus intensely on Ubuntu netbooks, notebooks, PCs and servers."
- SCO: The Real Legal Argument Revealed
Help Desk: "I really don't understand why SCO is still here."
- Microsoft marches on Android and Linux
Cyber Cynic: "Microsoft has never proven, or even attempted to prove, any of these claims. That hasn't, however, stopped Microsoft from using the threat of Linux patent lawsuit to force companies like Amazon into paying them off."
- jQuery: Novice to Ninja
A Million Chimpanzees: "Who should read this book? There was the usual blurb in the book's front matter about "If you're a front-end web designer looking to..." which I expected, but what are the minimal qualifications the reader should have before shelling out his or her hard earned dough for this text?"
- Ubuntu's Lucid Lynx Linux OS Debuts With an Eye on ISVs
Serverwatch: "What's really exciting is the ecosystem support that we've seen around this release," Canonical CEO Jane Silber said on a conference call announcing the release. "With over 80 vendors announcing support for about 100 applications, that's significant and a recognition of the long term support nature of this particular release."
- Critics' Choice Review: HTC Incredible Dubbed 'Best Smartphone'
Enterprise Mobile Today: "If you have the audacity to name your new smartphone Incredible, it had darn well better live up to its name. Based on the reviews from CNET, LAPTOP magazine, PC Magazine, and PC World, the new HTC Droid Incredible does just that."
- Tom's Definitive Linux Software Roundup: Office Apps
Tom's Hardware: "Having covered Linux installation, running Windows XP in Ubuntu, Internet applications, and a handful of open source communications titles, Adam Overa is back with a comprehensive look at office apps for Windows users considering a switch to Linux."
- Firefox Mobile - Review
Thoughts on Technology: "I've been using firefox as the primary browser on my N900 since just prior to it's 1.0 release, the following are my summations of what I think of Mozilla's mobile browser."
- Symantec Acquires PGP, GuardianEdge
eSecurity Planet: "Symantec is ramping up its encryption software portfolio with the acquisitions of PGP and GuardianEdge for $300 million and $70 million, respectively."
- CCIA Releases Economic Study Calculating Value of �Fair Use�
CCIA: "Industries that rely on fair use exceptions to copyright law grew faster than the rest of the U.S. economy from 2002 to 2007, expanded 5 percent and accounted for 23 percent of real economic growth, according to a new economic study."
- Apple: Worse for open source than Microsoft?
My Broadband: "The times are changing, however, and Microsoft is neither the primary nor the only enemy of free software. The new number one enemy could well be Apple."
- Good and Bads of LXDE
A Doctor`s Linux Blog: "KDE4 has given much to the computing world at the cost of its bloated composition. GNOME is fast & flexible but mostly liked by hardcore conventional Linux users. LXDE is a relatively new and highly adoptable free and open source desktop environment."