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The K Desktop Environment is 15view story

http://www.linuxbsdos.com – My favorite desktop environment just turned 15. The K Desktop Environment (KDE) has come a long way. There were good times and bad times, and I temporarily abandoned it during one of those bad times. But like many KDE users at that time, I was convinced that I had a good reason to. But all that’s history. Now I love my KDE. (General)

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Churn: The Problem Of The New Tech Journalismview story

http://techcrunch.com – A decade ago, the news cycle for a CE product worked like this: a PR person contacted a major title – Laptop, say, or PC Magazine – and offered an exclusive for a cover story. “Hey,” they’d say. “Hot new laptop coming out! (IT news)

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The People Who Support Linux: Student Damien Levac Gives 3 Tips for Developing Games on Linuxview story

http://www.linuxfoundation.org – Valve’s upcoming release of Steam for Linux is the best news student and game developer Damien Levac has heard since he started using Linux three years ago. (General)

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Indie Game Oniken Gets A GNU/Linux Versionview story

http://linuxgamingnews.org – Oniken is a retro 2d platform game heavily inspired (from the trailer) by the early Ninja Gaiden games (which I spent ours upon hours playing on SNES) You can get it on Desura for $5 starting from 22/11/2012. Mac and GNU/Linux versions of Oniken will be made available this Tuesday November 22th through Desura . When purchasing Oniken (USD$4.99), player will be able to download any of game’s (Distributions)

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Degreed Wants To Jailbreak The College Degreeview story

http://techcrunch.com – There’s a lot of buzz about how new education platforms are making it easy to acquire the kind of skills that, traditionally, have been reserved for the hallowed halls of higher education. (IT news)

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Study: Want To Reduce Partisanship? Make Font Harder To Readview story

http://techcrunch.com – A new study shows that the media can significantly reduce partisan bias by simply making the text more difficult to read. Researchers found that participants in two different studies became more moderate on issues of Muslim rights and capital punishment when they were forced to read an eye-straining, light-grey, vertically stretched front. (IT news)

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“In the Studio,” Bump’s David Lieb Discusses Flock And A Shift To Background Servicesview story

http://techcrunch.com – Editor’s Note: Semil Shah is an EIR with Javelin Venture Partners and has been a contributor to TechCrunch since January 2011. (IT news)

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WD eases student budgets with 20% discountview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: Home IThere's nothing new about offering discounts to tertiary students and staff - Apple's been doing it for decades, to give just one example. But we haven't previously heard of a storage vendor taking that route. (IT news)

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With 4.5M Users, Instructure Takes On The Courseras & Udacities Of The World With Its Own Open Course Networkview story

http://techcrunch.com – Instructure launched Canvas in 2011 to give educational institutions an alternative to the ubiquitous (but much criticized) software of educational giants like Blackboard. (IT news)

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Is anyone have a ZTE droidMobile?view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – ZTE is famous in China, and is cheaper than HTC, SAMSUNG, LG, etc... as a poor student, I choose my Zte phone.what about you? Did you ever have a zte equipment? :what: Sent from my ZTE N881E using xda premium (HowTos)