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2012 Plans and Dreams From the Linux Blogs and Beyond

Well 2012 has arrived at last, and not a moment too soon! Not only can we finally dispense with all the holiday festivities, but we can also say goodbye to a year that was far too tempestuous for comfort. Here's hoping that 2012 will be a lot less exciting here...

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Are You Using Firefox 9.0? If So, Get the Updated Version 9.01

Only one day after releasing its Firefox 9.0 browser, Mozilla has delivered a version 9.01 update, in the wake of problems experienced by users on all three major platforms: Windows, the Mac and Linux. Various reports charactize the problems as crashes and instability at handling toolbars.

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Mozilla's Renewed Deal with Google Showcases Google's Real Priorities

As December began, it was unclear whether Mozilla would renew its long-time deal with Google, through which Mozilla gains the lion's share of its revenues by steering users of the Firefox browser toward Google's lucrative search/ad ecosystem.

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More Fun with Vimscript

In my last article, I looked at some of the ways in which you can use Vimscript, Vim‘s built-in scripting language, to set up that text editor to do exactly what you want it to. Apparently you liked what you saw and asked for more, so here are some additional tips and tricks to help you get Vim to jump through the hoops of your choice, including techniques for specifying ranges to work on, accepting user input, and debugging.

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Free Tools for Getting Started with the Mighty GIMP Graphics Editor

If you've spent any time working with graphics--whether you favor open source software or not--you're probably familiar with the power of GIMP, one of the very best open source graphics applications. And, if you know your way around GIMP, you're probably also familiar with the many effects you can execute with it. 

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