Screencast Review overview of Linux Mint 9 KDE Edition Final Gold Stable 64bit 1.2GB DVD OS running from the Live ISO inside VirtualBox with the host Operating System also been Linux Mint 9. This video was created entirely with Linux Mint 9 using Kdenlive for editing. “The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 9 KDE. Linux Mint 9 KDE is available in 32-bit and 64-bit as a liveDVD, via Torrent and HTTP download. Based on Kubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, Linux 2.6.32, KDE 4.4.4, X.Org 7.5 and Amarok 2.3.0, this edition features a lot of improvements and the latest software from the Open Source World. Featured improvements in this release: KDE Network Manager, new applications, 30000 applications cataloged and re-viewable both online and in the new software manager, brand new incremental backup tool for both data and software selection, USB and Windows installers, 3 years support, look and feel improvements”” Download & more Info from: www.linuxmint.com Original video production by the www.OSGUI.com Tech Show.
In this new and improved Video Screencast Tutorial from the www.OSGUI.com Tech Show I will show you how to step by step install and use the Google Gadgets for Linux on Ubuntu Linux 9.10 Karmic Koala, it provides a platform for running desktop gadgets under Linux, catering to the unique needs of Linux users. It’s compatible with the gadgets written for Google Desktop for Windows aso well as the Universal Gadgets on iGoogle.
See BredMedia.com for Show Notes and more info. Today is Tech day – “The Best of Personal Technology Made Easy”. We’re talking about Ubuntu Linux and the global Free Open Source Software (FOSS) movement. “What the heck is Ubuntu Linux and why do I need it?” Matthew Jording of http is the founder and president of the Linux Users Group of New York, and is with us to discuss what Ubuntu and FOSS is all about and how the average non-technical user can benefit from it. Please email your feedback, comments and questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org or via twitter to: @brucewagner 🙂
Leo and the founder of magnatune.com, John Buckman, explain what open-source music is on The Screen Savers Originally aired 2003 on TechTV.
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Open Source Developers @ Google Speaker Series: Ben Collins-Sussman and Brian Fitzpatrick What’s In It for Me? How Your Company Can Benefit from Open Sourcing Code As the open source community continues to clamor for more companies to open source their code, more and more executives are asking themselves just what open source can do for their company. There are a number of ways for a company to open source an internal project: from tossing code over the wall on the one hand to running a fully open development project on the other to any combination of the two. This talk will discuss the costs and benefits associated with each method as well as how to successfully launch your new open source project.
Gina Trapani (@GinaTrapani), best known for her work on Lifehacker, talks with Dan Patterson (@DanPatterson) of ABC News Radio about life hacking, Open Source, and Google Wave.
Here is an interesting discussion about the differences between Tumbler and WordPress.
During live calls recently, Alex called in to ask my opinion on the differences between using WordPress and using Tumblr to blog. Tumblr is a great service and it works very well with almost zero downtime. However, I still prefer WordPress. I don’t like the limitations placed on users by closed platforms such as Tumblr. What are your thoughts? Which type of blogging platform do you use – and why?
live.pirillo.com – After DBAN finished running on the computer I am giving away, I threw in an Ubuntu disc, and ten minutes later had a fully baked Operating System on the computer.
Not really a comparison.. More of a promo for openoffice