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Old School Browsing with w3m

Not to sound like a Luddite, but sometimes the old ways are best. When it comes to Web browsers, that's not very often, but knowing your way around a text-mode browser like w3m does come in handy from time to time.
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Ubuntu Backer Canonical Offers Bazaar Support

At the heart of every serious software development project is the use of some kind of version control code repository.
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Mozilla Exec Urges Firefox Users Ditch Google for Bing

Asa Dotzler, Mozilla's director of community development, used his personal blog to urge Firefox users away from Google and to use Microsoft's search engine Bing, instead.
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Sugar Software Environment Gets Sweeter with Version 2

Sugar Labs announced this week a major update of Sugar on a Stick, a Linux-based computing environment for education that runs from a flash storage device. The new version brings an improved user interface and several new applications, including an integrated ebook reader.
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Fedora Switching From CVS To Git

Package source control for Fedora has relied upon CVS since the inception of this Red Hat Linux distribution, but it's soon going to switch over to using Git instead.
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Chrome for Linux Beta May Change Browser Habits

Chrome for Linux certainly is different than my ever faithful net-cruising companion, Firefox.  I'll talk about some of the features that I liked and outline things that were an issue for me.
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