Working too hard? Get some rest with Workrave.

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woGue: Workrave is a program that assists in the recovery and prevention of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). The program frequently alerts you to take micro-pauses, rest breaks and restricts you to your daily limit.


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Red Hat Releases Open Source OpenStack Cloud Preview

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Datamation: Red Hat is out today with the first public preview release for its Enterprise OpenStack cloud distribution.


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How To Set Up Multi-Level/Master-Slave Umbrella Network Monitoring

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HowtoForge: This guide provides an overview on how to set up umbrella monitoring to monitor applications and devices in distributed networks.


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LendInks, Mob Mentality and the DMCA

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FOSS Force: If all of this fails to satisfy the mob’s thirst for blood, they might take their anger directly to the website’s landlord, the hosting company, with burlap bags filled with DMCA take-down notices the host can’t afford to ignore.


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Does Open Source Threaten American Software?

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The Street: Might as well turn over the keys of American exceptionalism to China and turn out the lights, goes the implication.


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Ex-Motorola Employee: It's Actually Harder For Motorola To Work With Android Now

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Business Insider: Previously, Motorola could talk to Android and no one would raise a fuss since Motorola was just another company like any other. Now, if Motorola is talking to Android and it gets out, people would freak out.


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Zenoss or Nagios? Your All-Seeing Network Eye in the Sky

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Linux.com: One of the most common questions when comparing network monitoring tools is "What does Zenoss do that Nagios doesn't?"


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How to put Lubuntu into automatic login mode

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The open source technology behind Twitter

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LibreOffice 3.6.0 is Here

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OSTATIC: The extensive list of features in the new release include support for color scales and data bars in Calc, PDF Export with Watermark option, and Import Filter for Corel Draw documents among others.


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Removal of Categories in Gnome Shell? Won't happen!

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woGue: There were lot of voices against the replacement of categories with pagination, and that was another controversial feature originally planned for Gnome 3.6. Guess what. It won't happen.


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Open source project to get gadgets talking via the net

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BBC: More than 5,400 developers have downloaded a new open-source operating system designed to enable digital devices to communicate with each other.


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Ouya Android-powered game console now up for pre-order

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GMA News: With an introductory price of $99, the Ouya is prepared to enter a world where Sony’s Playstation 3 and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 are the reigning rulers of the console market.


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The legacy that SCO inflicted on Linux

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IT World: And talk about gutsy: their first legal target out of the gate was none other than IBM, sued by SCO for violating trade agreements, then later copyright violation.


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Say What? Top Five IT Quotes of the Week

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InternetNews: "I have a difficulty believing that was not intentional."


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Top 10 signs your company doesn't get open source

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 OpenSource.com: Guy Martin explains ten telltale signs that a company doesn't understand open source technologies


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A guide to Slackware and Arch Linux: getting your hands dirty with Linux

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engadget: Each of the thousands of Linux distros out there naturally has its pros and cons.


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Script Kitty Automates Execution Of Scripts On Remote Servers Through SSH, Belongs In Every Admin's Toolbox

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AndroidPolice: Script Kitty has actually been around for a while, but after receiving its 2.0 update last week, it's now a serious contender for one of those must-have apps (at least for anyone with an ssh-enabled server).


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