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How to Make Web Apps Shine in Gnome 3.10

How to Make Web Apps Shine in Gnome 3.10

Getting Web Apps Right If you’re like most people, you spend an awful lot of your time working with a computer in a web browser.  And that’s great!  The cloud is the next frontier for just about everyone, and the developers of Epiphany understand this.  If you’ve had any experience appifying your favorite web services,

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Audacity 2.0.4 Released, Brings Fractions Into The Equation

All Ears Audacity, everyone’s favorite open-source audio manipulator, matures into version 2.0.4.  And with it come a bevy of changes that you are sure to exploit upon installation.  Here is a list of the changes and improvements from the release notes. New “Reverb” effect to replace GVerb, based on the original “Freeverb”. New View >

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Rhythmbox Hits 3.0, Goes On GTK3 Magic Carpet Ride

I Eat Tapes Rhythmbox, the long standing default audio player for Gnome, has been updated to 3.0 after –more or less– an eternity.  This great player now fully integrates with Gnome 3.  Codenamed I Eat Tapes, Rhythmbox is set to please all of us old-timers who still like our jukeboxes to work precisely like iTunes

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Tennis Elbow 2013 Now Available For Linux

Linux?  Chances are you’ve never suffered from Tennis Elbow… If you’ve ever woken up in the morning with a hankering for a Tennis simulation on Linux, you’ve certainly been disappointed each time.  Until now, the only simulation we’ve ever heard of — and the only one Google has ever heard of — is Free Tennis. 

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Open Source Music Streaming Service Napster.fm Released

When the MP3 format was unleashed onto the relatively young Internet, it was an absolute game changer. It finally made audio files small enough to practically distribute over the Internet, as high-speed connections were still a luxury item for the majority of Internet users. But while it was the MP3 format that made it possible,

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GEGL Dev Seeks Crowd-funding Model For GIMP Components

GIMP developer Nicolas Robidoux seeks to leverage a freedom-based crowd-funding solution to bank-roll completion of the Nohalo/Lohalo/Lojaggy/Loblur suite of image resamplers for GEGL.  The idea started back on Nov. 11th in the GIMP mailing list.  Robidoux answers whether or not he plans to create a project on Kickstarter or not. Prospective GIMP “patron”: I would love

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