Organized Games

GameHub displays all your games in a single interface

Jan 30, 2020

If you regularly buy games through Steam, GOG, and Humble Bundle, GameHub can help you keep them organized by bringing them all together into a single library.

Interactive Cheat Sheet

Cheat sheets for the shell

Apr 08, 2020

When the history function fails and the manpage is too long, navi comes to the rescue with an interactive cheat sheet for the shell.


System76’s Company Distro

May 11, 2020

Pop!_OS’s design may get in the way of its functionality for some users.

Pocket-Size Programming

Microcontroller programming with BBC micro:bit

Jan 30, 2020

Designed for students, the BBC micro:bit, in conjunction with MicroPython and the Mu editor, can help you get started with microcontroller programming.

Double Protection

Workshop: Lock down your Linux system with Firewalld and OpenSnitch

Jan 30, 2020

For maximum security, you'd better watch traffic in both directions. This hands-on workshop takes you through the steps of setting up firewalls for outgoing as well as incoming traffic.

Tutorial – LÖVE animation

A LÖVE animation primer

Apr 08, 2020

LÖVE is an extension of the Lua language, designed to make developing games easy. In this tutorial, we'll explore this framework by creating some animated sprites.

Organize your photo collection with Geeqie Art Sorted

Dec 23, 2019

The image viewer Geeqie is used to view and sort image collections. The tool supports numerous formats, reads metadata, and – among other things – displays the location where you took the picture on a map.

Secure Cloud

Store data securely in the cloud with Cryptomator

Dec 23, 2019

Cloud services often place little value on data encryption. With Cryptomator, you can easily and transparently encrypt your data locally before uploading to the cloud.

Eye in the Pi

Video surveillance with the Raspberry Pi

Dec 23, 2019

Set up a professional video surveillance system armed with motionEyeOS and a Raspberry Pi.

Tutorial – Desktop Bash

Creating a simple laptop notification

Mar 02, 2020

With Bash, keeping a task simple often means using several different tools that all do their jobs well. Here's an easy, effective way to create a notification for when your laptop is unplugged.

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