Ergonomic Tactics in Linux Take It Easy

Sep 18, 2018

Many Linux users spend far more time on a computer than is probably healthy. With the addition of aging, it makes double sense to look for ways to reduce physical stress on our bodies. Fortunately, Linux has more ways than most operating systems to work more efficiently and minimize possible injuries.

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Exploring the Tiny $9 C.H.I.P. Computer Up Close with C.H.I.P.

Aug 31, 2018

The C.H.I.P. is a cute little thing, but don't let appearances fool you: It is quite the beast deep down, and you can squeeze some seriously fun projects out of it.

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ADC Breakout Use an analog sensor as a video game controller

Apr 30, 2018

We put our Analog-to-Digital converter to work reading positions from an analog sensor (a potentiometer) and control a bat in a simple implementation of the classic Breakout game.

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Librem 5 and the Challenge of the Free Phone Exploring the Librem 5 Free Phone

Oct 03, 2017

The Librem 5 will be completely free, 

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Universal Package Formats and How They Differ Flatpak and Snap

Jun 13, 2017

We talk with Alexander Larsson, the creator of Flatpak, and Thibaut Rouffineau, a member of the Snap team.

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OpenChain Offers Open Source Specification, Education, and Conformance OpenChain Specification

May 01, 2017

What makes software open source? What obligations does using a free license involve? Answers to such questions are available online but require research to find – or did until recently.

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The Core Infrastructure Initiative Revisited Core Infrastructure Initiative

Mar 21, 2017

How does the Core Infrastructure Initiative fare three years in?

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Ubuntu Touch Not Dead

Mar 10, 2017

Lives on as a community project

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