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Weekend Project: Replacing Google Reader with Tiny Tiny RSS

If you are like a lot of Linux users, you get more and more of your information through RSS and Atom feeds: news sites, friends' blogs, projects' Planet feeds, automatic content delivered from search engines, and so on.

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Finding Evernote Replacements for Linux

One of the applications many users ask about when migrating to Linux is Evernote. While the folks at Evernote haven't created a Linux port, you'll find plenty of apps for note taking, organization, and wrangling important personal and business documents.

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5 Useful Google Command Line Tricks

Last week, Google rolled out a fun new feature that lets users interact with Google Apps via command line. Naturally, our friends at LifeHacker geeked out with it over the weekend and found these 5 handy GoogleCL tricks.

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Linuxables: Intro to Linux Command Line

Ah, the Linux command line - that of which myths and legends are made.

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Weekend Project: Configure Your Keyboard Into Submission

Most of us take our keyboards for granted when they're working smoothly; perhaps we struggle for a bit finding the correct keyboard layout when doing a fresh Linux install, but once the OS is up and running they tend to stay out of our way. Except for those one or two keys that never quite do what they are supposed to.  From the application "hot keys" on full-sized or multimedia keyboards to the peculiar add-ons sported by some laptop and netbook models, there are bound to be one or two specialty keys that need tweaking. You'll need some time and a couple of spare terminal windows to configure them into submission.

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