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Kickstarting free, open recordings of Bach's

Kickstarting free, open recordings of Bach's | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Robert sez, "The same team that created the Open Goldberg Variations, a new public domain recording and digital score of Bach's famous keyboard work, is fundraising on Kickstarter with the goal of liberating the 48 pieces in J.S.

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A professor learns how to change his methods to open source | opensource.com

A professor learns how to change his methods to open source | opensource.com | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Edward Renner, a professor, learns how to change his methods to open source.
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Best 3 Video Editors for Linux

Best 3 Video Editors for Linux | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Article By Oussama Krifa You are a Linux user and you are searching for a free open source alternative to the most known video editing software which are available only for Windows in paid versions.
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6 Trucchi con awk

6 Trucchi con awk | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Awk has always been for me a source of great hatred and love, isan incredibly powerful command with which it is possible to build real programs. In this article I will give you 6 examples ready for use with your preferred terminal.
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Microsoft’s pathetic attempt to buy Windows 8 mobile customers

Microsoft’s pathetic attempt to buy Windows 8 mobile customers | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Microsoft's latest attempt to get marketshare is to lure Apple customers with a buy-back program. Good luck with that.
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PortSpoof - An interesting anti-snooping tool for Linux

PortSpoof - An interesting anti-snooping tool for Linux | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Fool those who try to portscan your system! The Portspoof program is designed to enhance OS security through emulation of legitimate service signatures on otherwise closed ports.
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Insofter.com: a good source for Linux software

Article by Brian Kent & Danny D. With a plethora of software applications “cloud”-bursting the internet every day, it is quite certain you will have it in mind to download and try a few popular ones.
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Who Writes Linux in 2013?

Who Writes Linux in 2013? | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Both the pace of development and the volume of code continue to grow in the open-source Linux kernel.
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How Copyright Makes Books and Music Disappear (and How Secondary Liability Rules Help Resurrect Old Songs) by Paul J. Heald :: SSRN

How Copyright Makes Books and Music Disappear (and How Secondary Liability Rules Help Resurrect Old Songs) by Paul J. Heald :: SSRN | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
A random sample of new books for sale on Amazon.com shows more books for sale from the 1880’s than the 1980’s. Why? This paper presents new data on how copyri
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Flareget a great download manager for LinuxFlareget un ottimo gestore di download per Linux

Flareget a great download manager for LinuxFlareget un ottimo gestore di download per Linux | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
flareGet is a full featured, advanced, multi-threaded, multi-segment download manager and accelerator for Linux, It allows user to pause, resume or monitor the download speed.
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How to block web sites in Linux by using the hosts file - ITworld.com

How to block web sites in Linux by using the hosts file - ITworld.com | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
How to block web sites in Linux by using the hosts file
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September 10, 2013, 4:58 PM — Here's how you can use the hosts file to block access to web sites in Linux. 1. Open a terminal window.
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How to Setup bitcoin Wallet Headless on Debian or Ubuntu Linux

How to Setup bitcoin Wallet Headless on Debian or Ubuntu Linux | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
It is pretty easy to get started with bitcoin all via the command line, including creating your bitcoin wallet. Here is a quick how-to!
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How to anonymize the programs from your terminal with torify

In the past I've posted an article about Anonymous browsing with Tor that can be useful when you use your favorite browser and you wish to stay anonymous thanks to the Tor software.
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SteamBox: Sabayon’s version of the Steam Machine | LinuxBSDos.com

SteamBox: Sabayon’s version of the Steam Machine | LinuxBSDos.com | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
After Valve Software announced SteamOS, a few days later, the company announced the Steam Machine, a hardware gaming console that will be released sometime in
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Nvidia seeks peace with Linux, pledges help on open source driver (Updated)

Nvidia seeks peace with Linux, pledges help on open source driver (Updated) | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Torvalds isn't yet ready to apologize for giving Nvidia the finger.
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How version 2.0 of the US Constitution was an open source process | opensource.com

How version 2.0 of the US Constitution was an open source process | opensource.com | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
After 'version 1.0' of the US Constitution was released to the public on Sept 17, 1787 there was remaining discontent among several states.
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Game Dev Tycoon Review

Game Dev Tycoon Review | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
By Brian Mac Game Dev Tycoon is a business simulation game that was developed by Greenheart Games. It was released on December 10, 2012 for […]
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How-to make hard-to-crack passwords you can easily remember - Linux notes from DarkDuck

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Steve Vaitl's curator insight, September 20, 2013 1:54 PM

Good advice on figuring out secure passwords, well as secure as passwords can be in this day and age! Nevertheless, good advice!!

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CyanogenMod goes from hobby Android to business Android | ZDNet

CyanogenMod goes from hobby Android to business Android | ZDNet | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Want the latest Android but your device manufacturer or carrier won't give it to you or support it? CyanogenMod can help.
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Why Open Source? - Thomas A. Knight

Why Open Source? - Thomas A. Knight | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
In all my writing work, I use only Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) to get the job done. I've been questioned about this a number of times, and the best answer I can give people is: It's complicated.
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Steganography or how to hide text in image or sound files

Steganography or how to hide text in image or sound files | Linux and Open Source | Scoop.it
Steganography is the art and science of writing hidden messages in such a way that no one, apart from the sender and intended recipient, suspects the existence of the message, a form of security through obscurity.
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