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  1. Linux Standard Base: Order from Chaos
  2. Is Canonical Ltd. Financially Insolvent?
  3. #!CrunchBang 11 "Waldorf": The Breakfast of Champions
  4. A Breach of Public Trust: Google+ Hangouts
  5. A Failing Grade for Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail from Dedoimedo
  6. Dietrich Schmitz Joins ECT News Network
  7. Google I/O 2013: Voice Search on the Desktop Using Google
  8. PAEs Hide Real Party of Interest: A Veritable Shell Game
  9. Caitlyn Martin Joins Linux Advocates
  10. Mageia 3 Arrives: All Grown Up and Ready to Go Dancing
  11. Top Ten Sleeper Distros
  12. Add Alacarte Menu Editor to Fedora 18 Xfce
  13. Red Hat Enterprise Linux: LSB Certification Means Stability, Lower Cost
  14. Google I/O 2013 Kicks Off Today
  15. Let Sleeping Dogs Lie?
  16. The Linux Community: No Rational Discourse Allowed
  17. Running Your Own Railroad
  18. Google Chromebook Advances as Linux on the Desktop Spins its Wheels
  19. Rants, Liike Revenge, are Best Served Cold
  20. cgroups: A BIG WIN for systemd
  21. Systemd: Got Choice?
  22. A Solitary Penguin on Antarctic's South Georgia Island
  23. Who Makes the Decisions on School Software? We Need to Know
  24. Mageia 3: Good Things Come to Those Who Wait
  25. Chromebook: To Hell With the Linux Desktop--Pre-Installation is Key
  26. Censorship isn't a goal. It's a symptom.
  27. The Linux Desktop is already the new normal
  28. Microsoft Windows 8 Legacy: An Unacceptable Level of Risk
  29. Gentoo Team Isolates Udev from Systemd (eudev)
  30. Systemd: An Accident Waiting to Happen
  31. Slackware: Is Systemd Inevitable?
  32. Confused by FuSE
  33. Turbo Charge Yum with Fastest Mirror and AxelGet Plugins
  34. Stop the Linux Desktop Madness: You Have Options
  35. The Achilles Heel of Open Source: Elitism
  36. Red Hat Linux is here Today and Now
  37. The Rise of 'Open Source': It's Not Just About Software
  38. Power in Numbers
  39. Barnes and Noble: The Patent System is Broken
  40. Linux Containers and Why They Matter
  41. Where Will Your Linux Distro Be in Five Years?
  42. Pimp Out Your Fedora 18 Xfce Desktop
  43. Gnome 3.8 Takes a Step Backwards with Classic Mode
  44. Fedora Got Game: Leading Edge Technology, Stability and Standards
  45. Is 'Linux' a Word Better Left Unspoken?
  46. Patent Trolls Be Gone (Soon)
  47. Of Trolls, Individual Accountability and the Internet
  48. The Road Not Well Traveled: Two Developers Think Outside the Box
  49. 'Bitrot' Not a GNU/Linux Issue
  50. The Other Shoe Drops: Founder Announces Retirement, Fuduntu End of Life
  51. Developer Dissatisfaction Looms with Systemd
  52. Dedoimedo with: A Beard and a Pipe
  53. Systemd: The New PulseAudio
  54. How are you going to keep them down on the farm?
  55. Through a BIG Straw
  56. Microsoft Proxy Fight Against Android Alleging 'Antitrust' Offenses
  57. Fighting the Patents Industry Which Focuses on Software
  58. Consider Yourself Properly Corrected
  59. Bad Simon. Bad
  60. Migration Needs a Plan
  61. YUM: A Breed Apart
  62. Adaptation is Hard, Power is Hard
  63. G+ "Lets Talk About It" Sunday Featuring Special Guest Dietrich Schmitz
  64. War is Peace, Diversity is Fragmentation, Versatile is Difficult
  65. Email: A Fundamentally Broken System
  66. The PC is Here to Stay
  67. Linux Advocates and Freedom Advocates
  68. The Linux Inside Stigma
  69. OpenStack 'Grizzly' Debuts with More Than 200 New Features
  70. GNU and Linux: It's Not Just About Attribution But Also Philosophy
  71. Linux in the Real World - A View from the Trenches
  72. Sorting Out the Linux Desktop Mess
  73. The Low Point - A View from the Valley
  74. Internet Time: Don't Blink
  75. Newstex Syndicates Linux Advocates
  76. What Is Our Goal Here?
  77. Cookie Cutter Distros Don't Cut It
  78. Debian: A SpeedBump on the Road to Innovation
  79. YUM vs. APT: Which is Best?
  80. On Deaf Ears
  81. The Linux Desktop User Experience
  82. Perl: Jewel in the Rough or Scourge of IT?
  83. The Linux Desktop Mess