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Weekend Project: Add Conversations and Calendaring to Thunderbird

Thunderbird got a big boost recently with the news that Ubuntu will be using it as the default mail client in Ubuntu 11.10. If you're getting ready to switch to Thunderbird, or just want to spruce it up a bit, here's a few extensions that will make Thunderbird 5 even more useful.

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What's New in WordPress 3.2? Better, Faster, Stronger

While many of us were barbecuing and blowing things up, the WordPress folks were putting the finishing touches on WordPress 3.2. On July 4, the "faster and lighter," WordPress 3.2 was released with some features well worth checking out.

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PiTiVi Video Editor Now Kitten-Friendly

PiTiVi is a GStreamer-based non-linear video editor (NLE) developed by members of the GStreamer project itself. That means it is often the first project to showcase new features, and last month's new release is no exception. The major new feature is support for audio and video filter "effects" but there are usability and speed improvements worth examining, too.

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Weekend Project: Create Virtual Hosts with Apache

Apache is very flexible, and it's easy to configure Apache to handle several domains even when your Web server only has one IP address to share between them. You can use this to host multiple sites, or just to provide a sandbox for development rather than making changes on your live site. This weekend, we'll learn how to create virtual hosts with Apache.

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FreeNAS 8.0 Simplifies Storage

The FreeNAS distribution is tailor-made for installation in a small office environment. It is an extremely low-resource network storage system that you can administer through a Web browser, but it supports high-end features like automatic backups, replication, LDAP or Active Directory authentication, and seamless file-sharing over NFS, CIFS, AFP, and even FTP and TFTP. The latest release — version 8.0 — is just a few weeks old, and it is the perfect time to take a look.

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