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How Do You Find Usenet Files?

Over the weekend, the popular Usenet indexing service, NZBMatrix shut down because they couldn't keep up with DMCA takedown requests. So, we're curious: how do you find Usenet files? More »...

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Ekiga 4.0 offers a fresh, open source Skype alternative

Longtime users of Ubuntu Linux may already be familiar with open source Ekiga, which used to be the default Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) client in that popular Linux distribution, but late last month the telephony software got a major update.

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New PlayStation PSN Web Store blocks Linux computers

 

Sony again snubs Linux users with a PS3 by refusing access to the new SEN Web Store, with a generic error message giving no rhyme or reason

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Contest: Create Konqi with Krita

Konqui the friendly dragon has been KDE's mascot for over ten years. It's time for a new look! So KDE forum admin Neverendingo is organizing a splendid contest together with the Krita community! There are two prizes: a DVD+Comics pack and the last original First Krita Sprint t-shirt! And of course undying fame!

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10 Conferences To Attend If You Are Looking To Meet Developers

The events world is getting really stale, but it is showing a new spring of innovation that in many respects mirrors the enterprise and its own paradox of sluggishness and fresh perspectives. The big trade events and user conferences do have their merit. They provide an opportunity to get the user perspective and insights into the byzantine labyrinth of legacy software suites that so many customers still depend on. But the well spring of innovation is best discovered at events that focus on developers. These are mid-to-small-sized events that give you the chance to talk to developers and learn what is happening on the front lines of technology development. We are coming to the end of the year so hopefully you can plan ahead to attend at least one of the 10 events below. This is not a definitive list — I am sure there are several others that have merit. Please use the comments to add ones you would recommend attending. Defrag/Blur/Glue: Expect to meet developers creating SDKs for brain-controlled apps, pioneers of emerging programming languages and the world’s...

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