Zona-M: "Articles on how to create OpenDocument invoices already exist but almost always they require you to start and use OpenOffice manually each time. Here, instead, I'll show how to have your computer to do all your OpenDocument work for you."
OSTATIC: "In this post you'll find seven online books that you can get comfortable with quickly. They introduce essential concepts for getting started with Linux, Firefox, Blender (3D graphics and animation), GIMP (graphics), the OpenOffice suite of productivity applications, and more."
LWN.net: "Color management is sometimes unfairly characterized as a topic of interest only to print shops and video editors, but as Cruz explained at the top of his talk, anyone who shares digital content wants it to look correct, and everyone who uses more than one device knows how tricky that can be."
WDVL: "If you're like me, then chances are you often run across websites that don't work quite as you would like. Wouldn't it be great if you could rewrite the Web to suit your tastes, for instance, change YouTube's color scheme or invert Google's color scheme to reduce eye fatigue?"
Free Software Magazine: "Trouble is, the resulting file has hard new-line characters after every line, and a double new-line between paragraphs. I could cursor to the end of each line, delete it, and type in a space, but my inner sloth told me there had to be a better way."