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Windows installer for Amarok 2 tech preview 1 available

Windows installer for Amarok 2 tech preview 1 available

Today is a great day for all the people waiting for the first bits and pieces of Amarok 2 on Windows. Amarok developer shakes worked hard to get it ready for you. Enjoy! Please be aware that it is only a tech preview with a lot of known problems. From the amarok.kde.org posting: I've had the killer combination of being both sick and busy lately, [...]

TrueCrypt 5.0 now supports OSX

TrueCrypt 5.0 now supports OSX

Since so many Mac users are also child porn enthusiasts, I thought you might like to know that the newest version of TrueCrypt came out last night and they support OS X now. Now my trendy Mac friends can stop having to mess around with their USB keychain, mirroring their passwords and bill pay confirmations from a Mac sparseimage to a TrueCrypt [...]

Unlinker: An Extremely Helpful Firefox Add-On

Unlinker: An Extremely Helpful Firefox Add-On

Some of you might already be using Unlinker since I have posted about it several times before. A lot of you have asked, what does it do? Hopefully this brief post will help you see the usefulness of this relatively simple but powerful Firefox Extension... Suppose you are on a forum, blog, Apache index page, or any other page full of links to [...]

Pidgin “now playing” Plugins (updates status message to song being played)

Pidgin “now playing” Plugins (updates status message to song being played)

These are plugins for Pidgin (the IM client formerly known as Gaim) that update the status message to show the currently playing track, retrieving it from your music player. Here's what I've found so far, in what I think is no particular order... (more…)

Bash Batch Image Processing Script

Bash Batch Image Processing Script

Actually, it's just a simple (well, somewhat simple) set of bash functions all put together in one script with a menu (of sorts) to help you work on batches (entire directories) of images, all at once. I do some web design, and I like to take digital pictures, and have thousands of them. While uploading images to some fancy photo gallery software [...]

Interview with Sean Moss-Pultz, CEO of OpenMoko

Interview with Sean Moss-Pultz, CEO of OpenMoko

Sean Moss-Pultz was kind enough to answer a few questions with fsckin w/ linux. He’s got some pretty interesting answers to questions plaguing geeks and non-geeks alike, such as the eternal debate on which is better - Ninjas or Pirates? Keep reading for some candid responses from the CEO of the company behind the Dash Express GPS device and [...]

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