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Mobile Gadgets for Linux Gearheads on the Go

There are more options than ever for mobile Internet, from ubiquitous wi-fi to purchasing your own personal MiFi to carrying all of Wikipedia with you. Paul Ferrill looks at some cool mobile gadgets for traveling Linux users.
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Extend OpenOffice.org with Toolbars

OpenOffice.org has risen to quite a place of prominence among office workers, home users, students, and just about every category in between. Why?

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Mozilla Adds Extra Firefox 3.6 Beta, Still Plans to Ship Final in 2009

Mozilla last week slipped in a fourth beta of its upcoming Firefox 3.6 browser, but said this week that it is still shooting to ship the final code by the end of the year.

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Open Source Tweeting

Can we liberate tweeting from Twitter? It's an open question. And it's one that Dave Winer hopes we can answer, in response to his post We need: An open source Twitter shell.

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Linux Desktop Search Engines Compared

I have a large electronic library and was looking for a way to cope with this mass of information. I thought a local indexing service with a full-text search might solve my problem, but I could not find a good modern comparison of these services. I had to compare them myself.

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