Free Software Projects Who says statistics have to be a nightmare? Also in this issue: After the Deadline takes care of language issues.Oct 26, 2010
Even hardened nerds are often over-challenged by the less than intuitive field of statistics. Besides the theory, you need to know how to use the software that converts all the theory into a practical application.more »
Doghouse: Hack and Beer in Rio maddog goes to Rio for “Hack and Beer” and learns to appreciate the journey.Oct 26, 2010
The little boy behind me was really excited about his first airplane trip. When the plane started to take off, he gave a very loud countdown to “blast off!” It was refreshing to hear that much enthusiasm, particularly because air travel has become a “magic elevator” for me. The doors close in one location and open in another, but I have little excitement in the journey, only the destination.more »
Community Notebook Mentorship projects gear up for matchmakingOct 25, 2010
In our September issue, I wrote about mentors – specifically, how someone could find one.more »
Welcome Letter from the EditorOct 25, 2010
My town has one cable company. One or two other options exist for high-speed Internet service – some (but not all) locations support DSL through the phone provider.more »
Linux usage and adoption poised for further growth.more »
Additional paper from Ibrahim Haddad added to the foundation's collection.more »
Tech Tools International Technology NewsSep 29, 2010
- IBM Announces Blade Center HX5
- InfiniteGraph Launches Free Program for Technology Startups
- Pliant Introduces New SSDs
- Harris Launches BeOn Push-to-Talk
- Texas Instruments Announces Power Line Development Kit and Software Library
Free Software Projects TinyHeb, Liquid Feedback, and SparkleShareSep 29, 2010
Midwives battling bureaucracy, parties fighting against the general public’s lack of interest, and users needing to synchronize their data – here are three open source tools that attempt to solve the problems of the world.more »
Linux Magazine will include the best of both magazines.
Popular open source encryption tool is vulnerable to attack
New “Yakkety Yak” edition emphasizes cloud and servers
Google finally enters the phone hardware business.
Innovative system adds a hard drive and Ubuntu Core to the RPi for an IoT hub.
Linux is two weeks younger than we thought!
The Apache Software Foundation considers retiring OpenOffice
Adobe won’t kill the plugin in 2017
Linux Foundation's big event celebrates the 25th anniversary of Linux