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7 Excellent Linux Apps You May Not Know About 

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| Everyone is writing "Foo Best" lists all full of good Linux apps, so here are 
| my own 7 Best Excellent Linux Apps You May Not Have Been Introduced To Yet. 
| They are presented in no particular order or categorization, they're just 
| good applications I've been using and enjoying. They are all 100% genuine 
| Free/Open Source software and not crusted with proprietary baggage, and 
| available via the usual distribution package managers.      


4 Quirky Open Source Efforts That You May Not Be Aware Of

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| The world of open source includes many quirky and unusual applications, some 
| of which can be quite useful. There are also many new efforts to apply open 
| source principles to hardware designs. In this post rounding up four unusual 
| open source implementations, you'll find an offbeat attempt to crowdsource 
| hardware, two open source browsers that you may not use even though they 
| offer uniquely good features, and an instant-on Linux desktop that you can 
| only get for free for the next few weeks.      


3 Free Open Source Tools for Sampling Music Online

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| Do you ever get a song playing in your head that you just can't get rid of? 
| Do you like to sample new music in search of tunes that you may like? There 
| are several good open source tools for sampling and playing music when you're 
| online, and you can get going with them almost instantly. Here are three top 
| choices.    



Ten obscure Linux applications you need to try

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| With thousands of Linux tools available, it is inevitable that some of the
| best ones get lost in the crowd. Jack Wallen introduces apps that more admins
| should know about.
| Search for Linux applications on Freshmeat and you'll get more than 11,000
| hits.


10 Linux and open source developer tools you should not overlook

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| Linux is a great development environment. But without sound development
| tools, that environment won’t do you any good. Fortunately, plenty of Linux
| and/or open source development tools are available. If you’re a new user you
| might not know which tools are there, but worry not. Here are 10 outstanding
| tools that will help you take your development to another level.


Readers’ Choice: Awesome Linux Apps that Need Our Attention

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| I got some very interesting comments on my post about Linux projects that
| need more attention, so I decided to feature a few of the readers’
| recommendations. They have mentioned very interesting and useful
| applications, some of which I have never heard of. A warning though: this is
| a very mixed bunch, some of the apps are just little tools while others are
| heavy-duty software projects.


10 free photo/image tools for Linux

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| Okay, you’re probably wondering why would anyone want an alternative image
| editor to GIMP - the GNU Image Manipulation Program. After all, it appears in
| all the major distros already and is easily the most popular image/photo tool
| for Linux OSs.


Top 5 Linux Games for 2009

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| As we go about “realizing” our New Year’s resolutions were maybe just a bit
| too stringent, I’m going review the top five games in Linux. Once the great
| downfall to the platform now can only be considered a strength, in the hopes
| you take up this guilty pleasure and wait for 2010 before you give up on
| gaming. May I present the premier Linux gaming software with the best from
| each genre.

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