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OpenOffice.org: The Need for Style

OpenOffice.org: The Need for Style

Office applications like OpenOffice.org can bring out the worst in people. The same people who wouldn’t dream of driving a car without a few lessons will start pounding away in a word processor as though it were a typewriter, ignoring basic features like styles and templates. In the end, they may produce the documents they want, but only with far […]

February 19, 2010 · 0 comments · Software, Tutorials/Tips
Qt 4.6.2 for Maemo 5 released

Qt 4.6.2 for Maemo 5 released

The latest version of Qt for the Maemo platform has been released. See the official announcement page. Note that since Moblin and Maemo have been merged to form a single platform, this could be the last release of Qt for Maemo. Don’t quote me on this, but that’s what I think. Watch the video demo of some of the new […]

February 15, 2010 · 0 comments · Software
Internet Explorer’s dominant market share eroding

Internet Explorer’s dominant market share eroding

Remember when Internet Explorer ruled the Web, to the tune of about 98% of the browser market share? Those were happy days for Internet Explorer. Until Firefox rose from the ashes of Netscape. Internet Explorer’s market share has been sliding ever since, and I think it got worse when Safari and then Google’s Chrome joined the browser market. A new […]

February 2, 2010 · 0 comments · privacy and licensing, Software
KDE Gears Up to a Free Cloud

KDE Gears Up to a Free Cloud

Day 2 of Camp KDE kicked off with a bang when Frank Karlitschek announced the start of a significant new KDE project. The ownCloud initiative will complement the Social Desktop and Get Hot New Stuff efforts which are already dealing with social and collaborative data. Like those, the ownCloud initiative strives to combine the rich desktop interfaces made possible by […]

January 24, 2010 · 0 comments · privacy and licensing, Software
Ask YouTube for Ogg support!

Ask YouTube for Ogg support!

People are voting for Google to offer HTML5/Ogg video support on YouTube, in Google’s own product ideas voting space. This piece of Ogg activism is getting some traffic on identi.ca and Twitter right now. If you haven’t already, you should jump in. YouTube is, obviously, the largest source of videos in the world by far, so keeping pressure on Google […]

January 23, 2010 · 0 comments · Software
Convert flash to Ogg with TinyOgg

Convert flash to Ogg with TinyOgg

TinyOgg is a new Web application that makes it possible to “watch and listen to Flash-based videos without the need to Flash technology.” And it does this by first converting any flash video file to an Ogg (Theora) format. Ogg Theora is a “free and open video compression format from the Xiph.org Foundation”.

January 14, 2010 · 0 comments · Software