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- There Is No Such Thing as Android, Only Android-Compatible
Wired: The real beauty of open source software isn't that it's free; it's that it's free to change. Developers can tinker with it, strip it down or build it out, depending on their wants and needs.
- Open Source Licensing Defuses Copyright Law's Threat to Medicine
UCSF: Enforcing copyright law could potentially interfere with patient care, stifle innovation and discourage research, but using open source licensing instead can prevent the problem, according to a physician � who practices both at the University of California, San Francisco and the San Francisco VA Medical Center � and a legal scholar at the UC Hastings College of Law.
- Think Penguin's "Penguin Air" reviewed.
The PowerBase:When in the market market for a Linux laptop, or one that simply does not have a Windows license attached to it, it can be impossible to find a good review of the units you are shopping for.
- Recover Your Deleted Files In Linux using Scalpel Utility
Linuxaria: Have you accidentally deleted an important file because you are in a habit of using "Shift+Del" rather than delete only?? Well don't panic. There is a utility named as "scalpel" which helps you in recovering the so called "permanent deleted" files.
- $25 Linux PC 'Raspberry Pi' to Go in Production Early Next Year
- Linux Mint's Cinnamon: A GNOME 3.x shell fork
ZDnet: GNOME 3.2 keeps losing fans so leading Linux desktop distribution Mint turns its attention to forking the GNOME shell into a GNOME 2.x like desktop: Cinnamon.
- Two decades of Linux: the big open source stories of 2011
Ars: In 1999, Linux founder Linus Torvalds joked about plans for world domination. But as the Linux kernel celebrated its 20th birthday this year, Linux, and open source in general, have achieved a limited version of world domination.
- Wargus - Open-Source Warcraft II On Linux
Phoronix: An update has been released to Wargus, an open-source version of the Warcraft II game that was originally released back in the 90's
- Matt Mullenweg's Resolutions for 2012
GigaOM: Founder of WordPress opens up about his views of the year ahead.
- Demystifying Krita with Comics
Linux.com: Linux painting apps like Krita can produce stellar results.
- GNOME 3.3.3 Heats Things Up For GNOME 3.4
Phoronix: GNOME 3.3.3 is now available as the latest update in what will ultimately become GNOME 3.4 next March.
- Facebook shuts down EventPress development
Always Right: "The legal department of Facebook has recently forbidden EventPress developer, Kunal Bhalla, to continue his (brilliant) work on EventPress, as it's similar to a Facebook product (Facebook events)."
- The Top Five Linux Stories of 2011
ZDnet:: 2011 was a big year for Linux, but then what year isn't a big one for Linux these days?
- Using OpenLDAP for Remote Authentication
Wazi: "Here's an introduction to the software and instructions on how to implement OpenLDAP as an authorization server."
- Suicide Linux, Not for the Faint Heart
Ubuntu Vibes: "Suicide Linux punishes those users who often misspell terminal commands."
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