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Rethinking Gmail: Reliability Matters

Gmail has changed the way we think about email, mostly for the better. Lately, though, Gmail has become notorious for its problems rather than speedy search and its "never delete mail again," storage allotments. It might be time for a tough love approach.
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The Linux Desktop--The View from LinuxCon

I have just finished up three days at LinuxCon in Portland, put on by the Linux Foundation. As you might expect from such an event, there were discussions on a wide range of topics...
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LinuxCon: Community, Collaboration Key to HP's OSS Strategy

Addressing the LinuxCon attendees in his Wednesday keynote on "The Freedom to Collaborate," HP Open Source & Linux Chief Technologist Bdale Garbee announced the launch of a new HP-sponsored web portal for supporting non-commercial Linux distributions.
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LinuxCon: Linux Success In the Key of Desktop

Linux has been a big success in a lot of areas, but there are still some things that need to be fixed, according to openSUSE Community Manager Joe Brockmeier.

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True Email Power at Your Fingers with Claws Mail

I have to admit I am an email junkie. I rely on my email client for keeping up with my work as well as my personal life. From my email client I require speed, power, and flexibility. When you think about email in Linux you think of three main players: Thunderbird, Evolution, and KMail. But there is a fourth player in the game, one that is as powerful, faster, and as user-friendly as all of the competition. That client? Claws Mail.

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Swine Flu: How the Open Source Community May Cope Well

As the swine flu threat continues across the nation and around the world, the open source community could potentially make it through any epidemics or pandemics better than other groups, especially those in formal, structured workplaces and schools.
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