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Writing For The Web: Tips & Common Mistakes We Makeview story

http://www.hongkiat.com – It could be quite disheartening to learn that you have a reader reading your post and an message from Instant Messenger pops up and steals the show. Before you know it, your reader could be already checking out someone at FaceBook. Image credit: The Geek (General)

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O2 Doesn't Appreciate Law Firm Sending Letters to Subscribers Regarding Piracyview story

http://www.dailytech.com – UK ISP O2 has condemned the act of sending letters to accused file sharers... (General)

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Buttons, Design, Pilates and Z80 Programmingview story

http://popey.com – On Monday some of the Ubuntu UK Podcast team got together once more to record an episode. Sadly Laura and Ciemon couldn’t be there, but were represented by a fluffy Tux and Firefox. (Distributions)

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Motorola QUENCH – New Tricks From an Old Dogview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Motorola QUENCH – New Tricks From an Old Dog By Simon Drew Motorola, the world’s third largest mobile phone maker after Nokia and Samsung has unveiled its latest Android smartphones at the recently concluded 2010 Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona. (General)

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Design Multilingual Website: A Beginner’s Guideview story

http://www.hongkiat.com – By: Christian Arno The ‘look and feel‘ of a website is the cornerstone of any successful online venture. But the very nature of the internet means that the instant you upload your carefully constructed pages onto the World Wide Web, you’re global. (General)

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Full Circle Podcast #2: The Full Circle of Light (Brown)view story

http://fullcirclemagazine.org – The podcast is in MP3 and OGG formats. You can either play the podcast in-browser if you have Flash and/or Java, or you can download the podcast with the link underneath the player.  To read the show notes, click over to the full post. The audio mix is getting better (really), stay with us… File Sizes: OGG 23.4Mb mp3 27.7Mb (Distributions)

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Sir Isaac Newton, Inventor of the Internetview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Some years ago, Unesco did a survey of scientific knowledge among teenagers in 30 countries. Britain came halfway down, just behind Brazil. Mind you, the US came almost bottom. It seems that nothing has changed on this side of the pond: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/8565258.stm (HowTos)

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Freescale touts cheap Linux tabletview story

http://i486.net – Freescale touts cheap Linux tablet $200 tablet PCs have been something of a pipe dream. There was the Crunchpad, which was supposed to be $200, but that didn’t last very long, coming out as the $400 Joo Joo. If what Freescale showed off at Mobile World Congress becomes reality, though, the dream may finally come true. (General)

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Linux, Intel & Microsoft newsview story

http://linuxfilesystem.com – In this video I talk briefly about new events within the Linux community, also Intel’s new i7-980X processor and Microsoft’s failed legal battle with i4i, a Canadian company claiming Microsoft infringed a patent relating to XML documents. Link to Intel’s new processor benchmarks and specs www.pcpro.co.uk (General)

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A Blue Ocean on the Landview story

http://popey.com – Google have finally (street)mapped most of the UK. Look at all that blue! From Land’s End.. (Distributions)