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Contacts Add-On Brings Your Web Address Books into Thunderbird [Featured Thunderbird Extension]

Thunderbird 3.1 only: Contacts is Mozilla's nifty Labs project that compiles and manages all your web address books in Firefox, and now it's made the logical leap into Mozilla's email client, Thunderbird. It's a really convenient syncing tool for your desktop email.

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Cultured Perl: Perl and the Amazon cloud

This five-part series walks you through building a simple photo-sharing Web site using Perl and Apache to access Amazon's Simple Storage Service (S3) and SimpleDB. In this installment, get a feel for the benefits and drawbacks of S3 and SimpleDB by taking a tour of their architectures and starting to design your photo-sharing site.

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GNOME Do Launcher Starts Apps on the Right Foot

I have a problem with Linux! It has too many cool ways to navigate the desktop and launch programs. I fell in love with the really awesome GNOME Do recently and started a feud with my other computing personas. One relishes the panel, and another is enamored with the desktop...

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Five Reasons to Keep NoSQL on Your Radar

The NoSQL phenomenon is worth keeping an eye on for these five reasons.

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Google warns Chrome Canary is only for the brave

Who wants a highly unstable browser which will often break entirely? Google is calling on extremely brave individuals to test drive the so-called Canary build of its Chrome browser.…...

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Wine 1.3.0 kicks off new development cycle

Wine 1.3.0 is the first step in building towards a future stable 1.4 release. It includes more than 110 bug fixes over the previous release and features the beginnings of a user interface for the built-in Internet Explorer...

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