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14May Updates

After a long time without time, I’ve finally managed to update my WordPress installation and theme. It’s now using the latest 2.5.1 and, I think, it looks neat:) Also, after testing my SSH keys, I’ve found out that they were vulnerable due to a patch in Debian, which made the random number generator guesseable. If […]

11Dec Skype with Video for Linux

A few months ago, the Skype team released a beta version for Linux with video capacities! This was the most lacking feature for us, Skype and Linux users. If, like me, you’ve been waiting for this, go on, download the proper package for your distribution and have some fun 😀

28Nov Coding for Students

Do you love open source? Would you like to learn how to program? Are you a student who’s not yet reached university? Are you aged 13 or above? This is for you! Google’s Higly Open Participation Contest will bring together young developers and open-source. They’ve gathered some great projects, like Apache, GNOME, Python, and many […]

21Oct Tribal Wars

Accepting Gouki’s challenge, the Ubuntu community is now gathering at Tribal Wars, a browser based game, where every player controls a small village, striving for power and glory. In order to really kick ass with our UBU tribe, we need you! So, what are you waiting for? Read the wiki, register and join us in […]

29Sep Blog updated and restructured

I’m now using the latest wordpress 2.3. Despites the not so friendly installation, everything is now up and running, and I’ve even managed to use the time on it to restruture my theme. The lack of time was keeping me with the previous ugly one. Now I like the looks of my blog. Note to […]

05Sep Silverlight

Microsoft has just released Silverlight, “a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web”. Version 1.0 is ready for download for Windows and Mac, but the final release for Linux is still being developed in a partnership with Novell. What to learn more?