I think this is a fairly good list. This might help folks deciding whether they can afford to use a Linux station at the office.
… by creating an operating system based on their Chrome browser, which would be great for all of us, I think. Details here (MSNBC.com).
Read this page from the PulseAudio Wiki. It’s one of those really super single pages that solve many problems. May their number increase!
I use GIMP for almost all my graphics work. It’s actually often too complicated for me, as I’m not very artistic. Nonetheless when one of the artistic people wants me to do something, I go to GIMP. I’m not going to pay for Photoshop when most of what it does is quite beyond my skills….
While I started working online with a 300 baud modem and later operated a bulletin board at the same speed (eventually adding 1200 and then-oh joy!-2400!), I’m relatively new to Linux, and wasn’t even aware that w3m was available. Linux Magazine has a brief writeup on it, and I was amazed at how well it…
Some details here.