KDE Plasma Active: The Mobile Interface That Worksview story

http://www.linuxpromagazine.com – To express myself mildly, I'm not a fan of interfaces for mobile devices. At best, they seem clumsy makeshifts, tolerable only because nothing better is available. The only exception is KDE's Plasma Active, which not only works well on tablets, but, with its recently released version 3.0, remains the only mobile-inspired interface I can tolerate on a workstation (Software)

7 ways to switch activities in KDE Plasma desktopview story

http://hanschen.org – With virtual desktops you have many alternatives – you can use the Pager widget, desktop effects, keyboard shortcuts, switch desktop on screen edges etc. But what about activities? I counted the methods that I know and ended up with 7 different ways to switch activities (depending on how you count), all of which I’ll share in this post. Who knows, maybe you’ll find a new favorite? (HowTos)

Easy Desktop Organization with KDE’s Plasma Shelf Widgetview story

http://www.lamptag.com – The KDE Plasma Shelf widget is a versatile tool that will hopefully bring some order to your chaotic life. At the very least, it will give your Linux desktop the appearance of organization, and that will put you step ahead of most others. (HowTos)

Customizing the KDE 4.6 Desktopview story

http://genek.net – This tutorial covers KDE 4.6, the current stable version. Most of this will apply if you're using 4.4 or 4.5. This page may take a few seconds to load; there are a ton of screenshots here! (HowTos)

Software Review: The KDE 4.6 Desktop Environmentview story

http://genek.net – KDE 4.6 is nothing short of spectacular. Aside from all of the stuff I mentioned above, it’s also been utterly stable and trouble-free on my Arch Linux desktop machine. I couldn’t imagine going back to KDE 3.x at this point; KDE 4.6 is superior to any KDE that has gone before, in every conceivable way. Simply awesome. (Software)

KDE Plasma Activities – A change in workflow?view story

http://hanschen.org – After reading this I hope that you will get a better understanding of what activities are and start to think about how you can benefit from them. I will also try to answer the frequently asked question “Why should I use activities instead of virtual desktops?” and explain when I think you should use what. (Software)