• Tutorial – Lyrics-in-terminal

    Whether you listen to music on Spotify or a classic audio player like Rhythmbox, Lollypop, or Audacious, a tool named Lyrics-in-terminal will let you read the lyrics for the track you are currently playing.

  • Best Laid Plans

    The dstask personal tracker lets you manage your to-do list from the command line. Dstask uses Git version control to store tasks, letting you synchronize your to-do list across multiple devices.

  • Distro Walk: elementary OS

    In the past decade, elementary OS has grown from open source project to a company with a unique business model.

  • Push of a Button

    A video telephony system with huge user benefits does not have to be complex. This project starts a phone call with just a single button press and switches channels automatically on a TV.

News and Articles

  • Linux Creator Warns Next Kernel Could be Delayed

    Linus Torvalds has issued concern about the size of kernel 5.12 and possible delays for its release.

  • System76 Updates its Pangolin Laptop

    System76 has released a much-anticipated AMD version of their most popular laptop, the Pangolin.

  • Tutorial – Lyrics-in-terminal

    Whether you listen to music on Spotify or a classic audio player like Rhythmbox, Lollypop, or Audacious, a tool named Lyrics-in-terminal will let you read the lyrics for the track you are currently playing.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    This month in Kernel News: Opening a Random Can of Worms and Out with the Old.

  • Doghouse – NASA

    Watching the Mars rover, maddog is delighted to observe that the small helicopter it carries named Ingenuity has many off-the-shelf components and runs under Linux using free and open source software.

  • Welcome

    Is the web changing before our eyes? We in tech media certainly talk about change all the time. (One could argue that the whole point of tech media is to talk about change.)

  • On the DVD

    Manjaro KDE Plasma 20.2.1 and Clonezilla Live 2.7.1

  • Faster Is Better

    PyPy and Nuitka improve the performance of Python on a Raspberry Pi.

  • Swap Meet

    For the occasional local file transfer, a few simple tools can do the job quickly and efficiently.

  • Putting It Together

    RAW converters are the first tool to use in editing photos, and new solutions and programs have the potential to make users' lives easier. How does ART stack up?

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