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String Theory – Fast guitar training for classical music

Nootka

Apr 04, 2018

With Nootka and your guitar, you can learn to recognize musical notes in classical notation and train for precision and speed.

Sweeping Up

Customizing the way your browser stores and organizes data

Feb 21, 2018

Web browsers collect a large amount of data about the user’s browsing habits. If you care about privacy, you might want to clean up your browser and configure some custom privacy settings.

Tutorials – Video Editing

Creating custom transitions with FFmpeg

Feb 21, 2018

Most video editors supply you with a generic catalog of transitions, usually in the shape of tired wipes and fades. But what if you wanted something a little more special? FFmpeg to the rescue.

Gamer’s Paradise

Retro games on the Raspberry Pi

Feb 21, 2018

With the right software, you can turn the Raspberry Pi into a versatile console for retro games.

Working Around Template Limitations

LibreOffice Writer

Mar 26, 2018

If you are looking to change or combine templates in LibreOffice, there three workarounds can help you accomplish the task.

Enhanced

Feb 21, 2018

LFTP is an alternative to the FTP command set, which supports many protocols and offers countless parameters.

Kernel Keeper

The Kernel Self-Protection project aims to make Linux more secure

Feb 21, 2018

Security vulnerabilities in the kernel often remain undetected. The kernel hacker initiative, Kernel Self-Protection, promotes safe programming techniques to keep attackers off the network, and, if they do slip through the net, mitigate the consequences.

Boardwalk

Design printed circuit boards with KiCad

Jan 31, 2018

KiCad helps you design printed circuit boards with up to 32 layers, checks for optimal placement, and supplies schematics and assembly diagrams in the popular Gerber format for submission to PCB manufacturers.

Ubuntu derivative BackBox Linux for security analysis

(In)secure?

Jan 31, 2018

Specializing in security and forensics, BackBox Linux is not only good for a vulnerability assessment, but thanks to its lean substructure, it is also suitable as a desktop distribution.

DisplayCAL

Color Coordinated with DisplayCAL

Jan 31, 2018

If you work with digital images, you know the colors on your monitor don't always match what you see in real life. If you're looking for a more accurate representation of color, try calibrating and profiling your monitor using a colorimeter and DisplayCAL.

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