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  1. Linux Journal Readers’ Choice Awards: Ubuntu Weak, Unity Shunned
  2. Major Computing Entities as Public Goods
  3. How to adjust the brightness of the monitor of your laptop running Linux
  4. Scientists Create Virtual Human Brain, Runs on Linux
  5. What Open Source Software has Good Usability?
  6. Which Linux Do I Turn To In My Hour of Need
  7. Lisp Coding Bounty (get a copy of Land of Lisp)
  8. A List Of Lisp and Emacs Books
  9. Emulating The Terminal Emulators For Fun (with emacs color-theme)
  10. Vote With Your ... Votes! (Users' Choice Awards)
  11. Windows killed my laptop, again
  12. Cthulhu Lives in The Blog Cave
  13. I shall build it and I shall call it gregBook
  14. The flexibility of Linux
  15. When commercial interests seep into OpenSource: Good things can happen, but usually don't.
  16. How to mine data from the Internet for free (Book Review)
  17. How to oranize your stuff using the OS and basic tools.
  18. Designing The Ultimate Grandmother-Ready Computer
  19. Fedora 14 mini-review
  20. Is Ubuntu running off a cliff?
  21. Hacking a Google Calendar CLI Tool
  22. Using Google Calendar from the Linux Command Line
  23. Whither the weather? Linux CLI solutions
  24. Being a console geek in Linux
  25. Linux in Schools
  26. Minimizing Linux Maximally
  27. Moving to Linux
  28. Making emacs insert a user provided HTML tag pair
  29. How To Actually Get the Kindle Reader To Work on your Linux Desktop
  30. It's the 21st Century. Do you know where your files are?
  31. What is Markdown and why use it?
  32. How To Use Linux ~ 02 Distros
  33. How To Use Linux ~ 01 Introduction
  34. Switching to Linux: One man's personal experience
  35. My job is to make you happy. About using Linux.
  36. Transitions in an open source software project
  37. The next document I put together will be done with LyX
  38. Cultivating Open Source Software
  39. James Hall: Open source software in the real world
  40. Do you want the alpine email client to remember your passwords?
  41. James Hall on Free and Open Source Software
  42. The Philosophy of Automating Tweets, Status Updates, and So On
  43. Taming Twitter with the Command Line
  44. The Three Button Mouse Phenomenon: A cultural trait found in those who love their computers
  45. The Command Line in Linux, Mac OSX and Windows