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SystemRescueCD & Parted Magic Update to Linux 3.0

New versions of SystemRescueCD and Parted Magic offer the latest 3.0 release of the Linux kernel, a number of changes and several package updates, including Firefox 5 and GParted 0.9.0...

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Netatalk Returns to Open Source

The NetAFP developers have received additional financial support and have released the source code for Netatalk 2.2.0 which enables Mac OS X Lion Time Machine to work...

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Firebug 1.8.0 Brings Firefox 5.0 Support

The latest version of the web debugger is fully compatible with Firefox 5. It adds a new API for creating timestamps during JavaScript execution, while also improving stability and performance...

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Here Comes the Neighborland: Creating Communities by Crowdsourcing

Neighborland is a new ideation crowdsourcing startup that gives citizens a “fun and easy way for residents to suggest new businesses and services that they want in their neighborhood.”

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LibreOffice 3.4.2 is "Enterprise Ready"

The third release in the 3.4.x branch of LibreOffice is now ready for both individuals and enterprises; version 3.4.0 and 3.4.1 were not recommended for production use. This release brings improvements to Writer, Impress and Calc, as well as to the office suite's GUI...

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