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Subject: Google: 'We want to strip out operating system frustration'

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We popped along to Google's London HQ this week to talk Chrome OS, Google's new low-resource Linux-based operating system for netbooks and notebooks. Chrome OS product marketing manager, Eli Lassman, took us through the features of the CR-48 prototype portable which TechRadar saw last week and gave us some background on the imminent launch of notebooks featuring Chrome OS.

http://www.techradar.com/news/mobile-computing/google-we-want-to-strip-out-operating-system-frustration--939684


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Subject: Weekend Project: Create a Paperless Linux Office

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The paperless office: whether to combat clutter or save the forests, it has been the dream of many a computer user ever since the first electronic record of, well, probably anything. But it remains elusive, in no small part because whatever your personal intentions, you just cannot control the actions of other people, and many businesses today still insist on sending you printed bills and receipts. You can at least dispense with the filing cabinets, however, by scanning in the documents you need as searchable, full-text PDFs. Fire up the scanner and the weekend.

http://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/426566:weekend-project-create-a-paperless-linux-office


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Subject: Review: Elementary OS 0.1 "Jupiter"

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Elementary OS 0.1 "Jupiter" is fast, slick, and pretty, and it's an amazing distribution, but the developers did promise some things that couldn't be included in the end.

http://dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot.com/2011/04/review-elementary-os-01-jupiter.html


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Subject: Music Production in Linux part 2 (Jack, Qsynth and LADSPA)

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I came across by chance in what I consider one of the more comprehensive guide to creating audio in Linux, and Stefano gave me the permission to republish his material that I consider really good and that he uses as musician. Stefano it’s an Ubuntu user and his guide it’s based on this distribution

http://www.linuxaria.com/article/music-production-linux-2?lang=en


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Subject: Natty Narwhal with Unity: Worst Ubuntu beta ever

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Last year, Mark Shuttleworth christened Ubuntu 11.04 "Natty Narwhal", saying the disto would be stylish and create a good, lasting first impression. While its debut in beta form is smart looking and definitely chases the fashion in operating-system design it's also the single worst beta release of Ubuntu I've ever tested.

http://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.co.uk/2011/04/01/ubuntu1004_beta_review/


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Subject: ABLEconf streaming starts at 10:00 localtime (UTC-7)

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Thanks to sponsor [url=http://www.ConferenceByWire.com/]ConferenceByWire[/url] ABLEconf will be streaming the main presentations from [url=http://www.UAT.edu/]UAT[/url]'s auditorium. Watch the [url=http://www.ABLEconf.com/2011/Phoenix/Schedule]schedule[/url] for links to the streams.

http://lxer.com/module/newswire/view/149825/index.html


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Subject: UMPlayer: New Cross-Platform Mplayer GUI Based On SMPlayer

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UMPlayer is a new cross-platform SMPlayer fork. Since it uses Mplayer, it can play most video formats and comes with some very interesting features. For instance, it supports CSS skins so it's very easy to theme.

http://www.webupd8.org/2011/04/umplayer-new-cross-platform-mplayer-gui.html


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Subject: Mozilla's "Do Not Track" header gaining support

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Mozilla, the non-profit organisation behind the Firefox web browser, has announced that it's proposed "Do Not Track" (DNT) header is gaining industry support. In a post on the Mozilla Blog, Alex Fowler, Technology and Privacy Officer for the Mozilla Foundation, says that "Two developments bring it closer to being respected by industry".

http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Mozilla-s-Do-Not-Track-header-gaining-support-1220145.html


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Subject: Firefox 4 marketshare overtakes IE9 in EU

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3 days after its release, 3.6% of visits were made through Firefox 4 in Europe, in other words three times more than Internet Explorer 9.[size=10][ English version just became available it seems, sometimes it takes over a month for AT Internet Institute to provide an English version, but this time they did it within a week -hk ].[/size]

http://en.atinternet.com/Resources/Surveys/Browser-Barometer/IE9-FF4-March-2011/index-1-2-3-229.aspx


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Subject: ABI projects rosy Android future -- with Bada a surprise contender

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Mentor Graphics released an "OpenMCAPI" open source implementation of the Multicore Association (MCA) MCAPI (Multicore Communications Application Program Interface) specification for inter-process communications. The announcement comes two weeks after the MCA released the MCAPI 2.0 spec, adding a new "domain" layer touted for improving messaging routing and security.

http://www.linuxfordevices.com/c/a/News/ABI-Research-smartphone-study/?kc=rss


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