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- Forget about HTML 6 - HTML5 is the last 'version' of HTML
Netstat -vat: "From the 'Dumb Ideas' files: HTML5 (yeah with its new logo), could be the last 'version' of HTML. "
- Revisited: 3 Newbie-Friendly KDE Distributions
Das U-blog: "In anticipation of my new laptop, I decided to test 5 major KDE distributions to see which one could work best on my laptop."
- QEMU vs. VirtualBox
Linux Journal: "I thought I'd take this relatively quiet period to do a quickie comparison between a couple of virtualization tools: QEMU and Oracle's VirtualBox."
- Getting Enlightened with Bodhi Linux
MakeTechEasier: "In our recent discussion about Ubuntu Remixes, there were a few names that kept popping up in the comments. One of them was a distro mostly unknown to MTE but immediately of interest, and that's Bodhi Linux."
- Setting Up An NFS Server And Client On Mandriva 2010.1 Spring
Howtoforge: "This guide explains how to set up an NFS server and an NFS client on Mandriva 2010.1 Spring. NFS stands for Network File System; through NFS, a client can access (read, write) a remote share on an NFS server as if it was on the local hard disk."
- Webopedia Term of the Day: Ubuntu Certified Professional
Webopedia: "The Ubuntu Certified Professional (also called Ubuntu Professional) is a training certification based on LPI level 1."
- Can Linux Open-Xchange Replace Microsoft Exchange?
Linux Planet: "Whether you're replacing Microsoft Exchange or just looking for a competent groupware suite, Open-Xchange is one of the leading contenders for Linux. How does it rate? Very well, with a few caveats."
- Chuck Short Discusses Cobbler On Ubuntu
Ubuntu User: "Yesterday, I wrote about Cobbler, a linux installation server, originally developer by Red Hat's Emerging Technologies group, that allows users to deploy a large number of Ubuntu Servers in a data center quickly and effortlessly, was accepted into the Ubuntu Archive."
- Research seems to point to Google infringement of Java code
IT World: "Fans of Google who were rooting for the company in the Oracle v. Google copyright infringement case over Java may be a bit dismayed after reading the claims by one free software advocate made this morning. According to Florian Mueller, there is mounting evidence in the original source files from Oracle's Java and Google's Android that code was indeed infringed."
- Making music in Linux and beyond
ars Technica: "You can do a lot with free open-source software, also known as FOSS. Musicians with a yen for Linux are in luck; the array of choices for creating, editing, producing, and publishing music using nothing but FOSS software is staggering."
- Ask the Experts: How to Get Paid to Work on Linux
Linux.com: "Looking for a job? If so, you're certainly not alone. Millions of people continue to be on the hunt."
- Tech Comics: "Geek Marriage Proposals"
Datamation: "A geek relies on strict logic when coding the all-important marriage proposal."
- The Perfect PC
The Friday Blog: "A couple of weeks ago I rebuilt my writing PC using Debian Squeeze and lxde. I wrote about it here and mentioned that I was so impressed with the performance that I was thinking about rebuilding my current main PC in the same way."
- Critics' Choice: Smartphone Review of Motorola Atrix 4G
Enterprise Mobile Today: "Raise your hand if you saw this one coming: A phone maker that had lost its considerable cachet in recent years scored one of the recent Consumer Electronics Show's biggest hits."
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