Thursday, December 31, 2009

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Holiday Greetings

Merry Christmas to Everyone! :)

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Free Kubuntu 9.10 Book

When I learned about the principles of open source and what it stands for, I try to live by it and accept this wonderful virtue in life. Others may not share my beliefs but I give my best for them to understand by example. Since it is Christmas, here is my gift to you:

You can download it by clicking on the Title (not the buy now button), and click the Download link. You may also buy it as a donation if you want. You may also want to download the Table Of Contents separately.

Thanks, and Merry Christmas!

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Create Your Own Christmas Cards Using Gimp

This Christmas will be different, and to be different, why not create your own Christmas cards. Your friends will be reminded your friendship with them, and maybe give you a visit or even a party (or maybe, another card!). Check out this link; it will teach you how to make your own personalized cards:

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Python Programming For Beginners

Some time ago, I've developed a photo slideshow using Python (that was early this year). What I like about it, is the syntax used that requires lesser typing, and how orderly your code will look like (since it will require you to indent uniformly). You could also test your code before you write code (using python's interactive command line). For beginners, I like you to check this webpage and see for yourself.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

CD, DVD Burning Made Simple

When I was still using XP, I use Nero for burning CDs, it's simple and it's free since it came with my CD-ROM drive. When I upgraded to Vista, unfortunately, it 's incompatible and won't run. When I tried Ubuntu, it came with Brasero, the CD, DVD burning software that is so easy to use and the best thing is it's free.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Jobs For The Jobless

While waiting for employers to call you, why not help others improve KDE. KDE is the desktop manager for Linux and it is used among popular distributions like Kubuntu, OpenSuse, Mandriva, etc.