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My tutorials, software reviews and descriptions of open digital standards for Linux Format:

  • 2015/07/01: Instant Messengers roundup
  • 2014/10/01: Alternative browsers roundup
  • 2014/10/01: OpenOffice macros tutorial
  • 2014/08/01: Opera Developer Review
  • 2014/08/01: Shell Programming Tutorial
  • 2014/06/01: Low Resources Linux Distributions roundup
  • 2014/06/01: NixNote and Etherpad Tutorial
  • 2014/06/01: Wiki roundup
  • 2014/04/01: Calibre Server Tutorial
  • 2013/11/26: OpenStreetMap Tutorial
  • 2013/11/26: Tutorial Static Website
  • 2013/11/02: Video Editors Roundup
  • 2013/11/02: What On Earth is Tor
  • 2013/09/05: What On Earth is Rust
  • 2013/08/08: Collection Managers Roundup
  • 2013/08/08: What On Earth is Openvswitch
  • 2013/08/01: nGinx tutorial
  • 2013/07/10: What On Earth is Pump.Io
  • 2013/06/11: What On Earth Is Opencolorio
  • 2013/05/09: What On Earth is Mir
  • 2013/04/09: Image Editors Roundup
  • 2013/04/09: What On Earth is Tizen
  • 2013/02/22: Digikam Collaboration Tutorial
  • 2013/01/25: Owncloud Tutorial
  • 2013/01/25: What On Earth is Webrtc
  • 2012/08/13: Photo Gallery Managers Roundup
  • 2012/05/27: What On Earth is Opencl
  • 2012/05/27: What On Earth is Ostatus
  • 2012/01/16: What On Earth is Dracut
  • 2012/01/06: Project Planners Roundup
  • 2011/11/24: Grub2 Tutorial
  • 2011/11/24: What On Earth is Browserid
  • 2011/11/24: What On Earth is Uefi
  • 2011/11/24: What On Earth is X Org
  • 2011/08/17: What On Earth is Oauth
  • 2011/01/07: What On Earth is Unity
  • 2011/01/07: What On Earth is Wayland
  • 2010/11/11: What On Earth is Opensearch
  • 2010/01/04: What On Earth is Microxwin
  • 2009/12/31: What On Earth is Spdy
  • 2009/12/31: What On Earth is Telepathy
  • 2009/07/25: How to scan photographs under Linux
  • 2009/07/25: Scripting OpenOffice documents, part 3: spreadsheets and databases
  • 2009/07/25: Secrets of Gnuplot
  • 2009/06/25: Scripting OpenOffice documents, part 2: presentations
  • 2009/06/23: Scanning Tutorial
  • 2009/05/25: Scripting OpenOffice documents, part 1: writer
  • 2009/03/01: Automatic generation and editing of OO.o spreadsheets
  • 2009/02/25: Creative Commons ecosystem
  • 2009/02/25: Newsgroup readers roundup
  • 2009/01/25: Project Planners roundup
  • 2009/01/01: Multimedia Tips
  • 2009/01/01: Small business email server
  • 2008/12/01: Geotagging Tutorial
  • 2008/12/01: Multimedia Tips
  • 2008/12/01: WOE is GIS
  • 2008/11/25: Desktop performance
  • 2008/11/01: Multimedia Tips
  • 2008/11/01: Roundup of GTD Tools
  • 2008/11/01: WOE is DjVu
  • 2008/10/01: Multimedia Tips
  • 2008/10/01: Roundup of Live CDs
  • 2008/10/01: WOE FPGA
  • 2008/07/01: Multimedia Tips for LXF 109
  • 2008/07/01: What on Earth is Akonadi
  • 2008/02/01: Review: Navicat Mysql client for Linux
  • 2007/02/01: What on Earth is OPENID
  • 2006/12/01: Konqueror's Tutorial
  • 2006/06/01: Dan's Guardian Tutorial
  • 2006/01/01: What On Earth is OpenDocument?
  • 2005/10/01: Perl Tutorial, Part IV
  • 2005/09/01: PDF readers roundup
  • 2005/09/01: Perl Tutorial, Part III
  • 2005/08/01: Perl Tutorial, Part II
  • 2005/07/01: Command line tutorial, Part IV
  • 2005/07/01: Perl Tutorial, Part I
  • 2005/06/01: Command line tutorial, Part III
  • 2005/05/01: Command line tutorial, Part II
  • 2005/04/01: Email clients roundup
  • 2005/04/01: What on Earth is UBL
  • 2005/03/01: Command line tutorial, Part I
  • 2004/12/10: What On Earth is Theora?
  • 2004/12/04: What on Earth is the Sender Policy Framework?
  • 2004/08/01: FTP Clients roundup
  • 2004/06/22: Roundup: Cd based Linux distributions
  • 2004/06/01: Introduction to OpenOffice macros
  • 2004/04/01: What On Earth are HDL Languages
  • 2004/03/01: KOffice 1.3 review
  • 2004/03/01: Scanner configuration
  • 2004/02/01: Astronomy Roundup
  • 2003/04/01: File Managers Roundup
  • 2003/03/01: The Red Hat Linux 8.0 Bible
  • 2003/02/01: The changing face of Fonts
  • 2003/01/01: Webmin 1.0 review
  • 2002/12/01: What On Earth are man pages
  • 2002/11/01: Linux setup for low end computers
  • 2002/10/01: Linux applications for low end computers