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A Rare Find

System76’s Integrated Open Source Distro

Apr 11, 2023

System76 integrates its open source distro, Pop_OS!, with hardware, giving Linux users a taste of what Windows and macOS users have always enjoyed.

Backup Assistant

Simplifying data backup on Android devices

Oct 06, 2022

Linux Android Backup offers an open source solution to backing up the most important content from your Android devices in just a few steps.

Distant View

Graphic front ends for SSH

Oct 06, 2022

Bring your remote management into focus with these graphical front ends for SSH.

Good Housekeeping

Using clean code principles for better code

Oct 06, 2022

Clean code principles can improve the readability of your source code, making life easier for both you and your users.

Lip-Synched

Natural language processing with neural networks

Jan 02, 2023

If an actor's lip movements don't match the spoken text in a dubbed movie, it not only stresses people who are hard of hearing, but it can also make things difficult for everyone. AI can help solve this problem with lip-sync translations of movie scripts.

The Consumer Guide to Preinstalled Linux

Linux Ready to Go

Mar 14, 2023

In recent years preinstalled Linux has become widely available; the question now is where to buy.

Back on Track

A return to in-person attendance at FOSDEM 2023

Mar 02, 2023

After two years online, crowds of FLOSS supporters returned to Brussels in early February for FOSDEM 2023. Reminiscent of a class reunion, the FOSDEM keynote program was jam packed with goodies.

Macro Maker

Automating LibreOffice with macros

Aug 18, 2022

ScriptForge helps you automate LibreOffice by building portable macros.

Ski Report

Simple web scraping with Bash

Aug 11, 2022

With one line of Bash code, Pete scrapes the web and builds a desktop notification app to get the daily snow report.

The Art of Forgery

Exploring the power of generative adversarial networks

Nov 28, 2022

Auction houses are selling AI-based artwork that looks like it came from the grand masters. The Internet is peppered with photos of people who don't exist, and the movie industry dreams of resurrecting dead stars. Enter the world of generative adversarial networks.

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