• Keyboard Eavesdropping

    Is someone listening in on your typing? Learn more about how acoustic keyloggers work.

  • Command Line – neofetch

    Neofetch displays system information about your hardware, operating sytem, and desktop settings in visually appealing output perfect for system screenshots.

  • Distro Walk – Immutable Distros

    Immutable distributions offer a layer of added security. Bruce explains how immutable systems work and discusses their benefits and drawbacks.

  • Number Game

    The R programming language is a universal tool for data analysis and machine learning.

News and Articles

  • Zorin OS 17 Beta Available for Testing

    The upcoming version of Zorin OS includes plenty of improvements to take your PC to a whole new level of user-friendliness.

  • Red Hat Migrates RHEL from Xorg to Wayland

    If you've been wondering when Xorg will finally be a thing of the past, wonder no more, as Red Hat has made it clear.

  • Programming Snapshot – Go CGI Scripting

    Mike Schilli steps on the scale every week and records his weight fluctuations as a time series. To help monitor his progress, he writes a CGI script in Go that stores the data and draws visually appealing charts.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    Chronicler Zack Brown reports on avoiding bloat in the Kernel that does everything, and particularly odd occurrences of Stardust.

  • FOSSPicks

    This month Graham looks at osci-render, Spacedrive, internetarchive, LibrePCB 1.0.0, and more!

  • Hear Me RAR

    The non-free RAR compression tool offers some benefits you won't find with zip and tar.

  • Welcome

    Editor in Chief

  • Together

    Combining your network adapters can speed up network performance – but a little more testing could lead to better choices.

  • On the DVD

    Kubuntu 23.10 and Fedora 39

  • Snake Charmer

    PyScript lets you use your favorite Python libraries on client-side web pages.

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