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Microsoft: Novell is toast and the patent Juggernaut rolls on (Dec 30, 2010)

Facebook and Social networking: Tim Berners-Lee closes the stable door after the horse has bolted (Dec 19, 2010)

Net Neutrality: what does the Google Verizon proposal mean for GNU Linux? (Aug 17, 2010)

OpenSolaris and its killer features. Coming to a GNU/Linux near you? (May 20, 2010)

The BBC, DRM and the demise (?) of get_iplayer. what the hell is going on? (Apr 09, 2010)

The Large Hadron Collider switches on- the end of the world will be powered by GNU/Linux (Mar 31, 2010)

Microsoft's Internet Driving Licence: stupid, unworkable and unenforceable (Mar 10, 2010)

Special 301: FOSS users. Now we're all Communists and Criminals (Mar 10, 2010)

Firefogg: Transcoding videos to open web standards with Mozilla Firefox (Feb 13, 2010)

Open Science and climategate: The IPCC/CRU needs to take a leaf out of CERN's Book (Dec 23, 2009)

Open messaging for the Open Web: Installing and configuring Mozilla Raindrop on (Nov 20, 2009)

RepRap, the replicating machine: The Free and Open Source Factory on the Desktop (Nov 12, 2009)

Yes Linus, Microsoft hating is a disease. And it's a pandemic (Jul 28, 2009)

Six new editing tools and four plugins. Shutter on Ubuntu just got even better (Jul 26, 2009)

The Kindness of strangers can defeat Proprietary Cloud Computing. Free Software (Apr 30, 2009)

In a Desert, TV-Browser is an EPG Oasis (Apr 28, 2009)

Shutter on Ubuntu: is this the mother of all free software Screenshot Utilities? (Apr 15, 2009)

Htop, a tip-top ncurses interactive tool for system monitoring your desktop (Mar 27, 2009)

British Conservative Shadow Chancellor backs "Open Source"! Again. But don't get excited. (Feb 14, 2009)

Carphone Warehouse, netbooks and GNU/Linux: an inquest (Feb 03, 2009)

Microsoft's metered pay-as-you-go patent: Trusted Computing Mark Two (Jan 28, 2009)

Is it the End of the Road for Live CDs? (Jan 25, 2009)

Warrantless Intrusion: yet another reason for Using GNU/Linux (but it may not be enough) (Jan 17, 2009)

Ubuntu 8.10 upmc for the Asus EeePC? Don't bother, just install the full distro (Jan 14, 2009)

Six Ways to Speed Up Yum on Fedora (Jan 06, 2009)

YouTube and GNU/Linux: Download and Convert Videos the Easy Way (Dec 12, 2008)

Shred and Secure-Delete: Tools for Wiping Files, Partitions and Disks in GNU/Lin (Dec 03, 2008)

Songbird Plus Mozilla, the Ultimate Media Mashup for Your Music (Nov 11, 2008)

OpenStreetMaps: Free Software's Answer to Google Commercially-Restricted Geo-Data (Oct 07, 2008)

Google's Knol: It's a Wikipedia Jim But Not As We Know It (Oct 03, 2008)

Google's Chrome, Mozilla, Explorer, Rendering Engines: Let the War Begin (Sep 06, 2008)

Webmin: Graphical System Administration- Can it Replace the Command-Line? (Sep 03, 2008)

SliTaz Live CD: Small But Beautifully Marked (Aug 15, 2008)

Is Microsoft Trying to Kill Apache? (Aug 11, 2008)

GNU/Linux Free Software Tools to Preserve Your Online Privacy, Anonymity and Security (Jul 11, 2008)

Hotwire: A Combined Terminal/GUI for GNU/Linux (Jun 27, 2008)

Is Asus Backsliding on GNU/Linux? (Jun 21, 2008)

Running a GNU/Linux Desktop on the Web with Ulteo (Jun 10, 2008)

Digital Rights Management (DRM): Is It In Its Death Throes? (May 12, 2008)

Dillo the Lean Browser (May 07, 2008)

Configuration Mania Aids Access to Some Firefox Settings (Apr 29, 2008)

Firefly Extension Turns Firefox into a File Browser (Apr 01, 2008)

Desktop Search Tools for GNU/Linux: The Competition Hots Up (Part One) (May 31, 2007)

Free Software Magazine: Linux Fragmentation: Help or Hindrance? (Mar 15, 2007)

Free Software Magazine: Jim Kent, Hero of Open source (Feb 16, 2007)

Free Software Magazine: Use GNU/Linux and Help Save the Planet (Jan 19, 2007)

Free Software Magazine: Who Needs the Command Line? (Well, Actually, We All Do) (Dec 19, 2006)

Free Software Magazine: Fork Off Mr Ballmer! (Dec 01, 2006)