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Graphic Styles in OpenOffice.org Draw and Impress

One of OpenOffice.org's greatest strengths is its emphasis on styles. Some users balk at styles, claiming they are restrictive, but no other feature repays a little organization with so much ease of use and saving of time.

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GUADEC 2010 Moves to The Hague

The GNOME Foundation has announced that GUADEC 2010 will be held in The Hague, Netherlands, on July 24-30.
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Interstellar Overdrive--Linux and Astronomy

Desktop astronomy has become more accessible over the last few years as hardware and software have come down in price.

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Mozilla Dishes Up Fourth Firefox 3.6 Beta Alongside Deep-Fried Turkey

Praise be - Mozilla has spun out yet another beta for Firefox 3.6, the next iteration of the outfit's popular browser, just in time for Thanksgiving.…...

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Client-side JavaScript File Processing May Come via File API

A new JavaScript API aims to facilitate limited local filesystem access in Web applications.
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Giving Up the GIMP is a Sign of Ubuntu's Mainstream Maturity

Canonical hosted its biannual Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) last week in Dallas, Texas. I was one of many open source software developers who attended the event and participated in the collaborative process of planning Ubuntu 10.04, the next version of the popular Linux distribution.
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