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- Making Light Leaks on Photographs in GIMP
Scott Photographics: "In this tutorial I'll show you how to create light leaks in GIMP. It is sometimes used aesthetically in photographs creating a sense of vividness or soft blurs of colour."
- Low Cost/Power HPC
Linux Magazine: "The concept is based on building clusters using low cost nodes (less than $500 each). Because lower cost nodes will run slower and have less cores than the big server nodes, they would need to be smaller and use much less power."
- Top 10 Linux Powered Robots From Around The World
Tech Drive-in: "Many Robots built by multi billion organizations like NASA for advanced space exploration and other complicated tasks are powered by Linux. Here is a nicely compiled list of Robots powered by Linux from around the world."
- Improving Plone 3 Product Performance
PACKT: "This article will teach you how to reap the benefits of Plone by dealing with the problem of creating content types in which the objects' final HTML rendering performs badly, and how to benchmark these improvements."
- Looking Back at SCO (what did it all mean?)
ConsortiumInfo.org: "'ORDERED that SCO's Renewed Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law or, in the Alternative, for a New Trial is DENIED.' So ends the ruling of District Judge Ted Stewart. And so also, perhaps, ends the seemingly endless quest of SCO to tax or kill Linux."
- Is Sticking With Solaris a Wise Choice?
ServerWatch: "I admit it: I was a huge fan of Solaris as recently as two years ago. Solaris is really a great operating system, and when developers at Sun were given free rein they created some amazing components, notably ZFS and DTrace."
- Canonical wants to put Ubuntu Linux on tablets
The Inquirer: "Open source software developer Canonical is preparing a version of the Ubuntu Linux operating system for tablet computers."
- HP buys Phoenix's HyperSpace quick-start Linux
The H Open: "Its HyperSpace system is said to stand out because it can use the virtualisation functions of various Intel processors to run simultaneously with the main operating system."
- VMware inks OEM deal with Novell for SUSE Linux
The Register: "Novell needs all the help it can get in its seven-year battle to get its SUSE Linux business growing and profitable."
- Some day, all companies will work with open source
Computer Weekly Blog: "The point here is that technology vendors are waking up to the reality of open source and the so-called community contribution model of code development and enhancement."
- Open source hardware worth $1billion by 2015
Linux User & Developer: "The market for open source hardware is hotting up, with the top 13 companies in the space turning over nearly $50million last year."
- Tech companies will be strong-armed into openness, Commissioner vows
Computing.co.uk: "Technology companies that want to sell software in Europe, will find they are soon subject to new rules governing the interoperability of their products."
- Why No Billion-Dollar Open Source Companies?
Computer World: "Well, today Red Hat is a $750 million business according to Whitehurst. But when, I wanted to know, would Red Hat reach that $5 billion turnover � and why was it taking so long?"
- Storyboards for a film with Flickr, OpenClipart, Inkscape, Gimp, and ImageMagick
Free Software Magazine: "How do you get a flurry of images in your head into a concrete description of a film so that you can produce it? One important step is to create storyboards.This article is part of an on-going series on the challenges I've faced in producing two free-licensed movies."
- Webopedia TOTD: Open Source Tools Defined
Webopedia: "Open source tools are viable alternatives to popular closed-source applications and some open source tools offers features or performance benefits that surpass their commercial counterparts."
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