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Fishing for Interesting Linux Blogs

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V.T. Eric Layton

Know of any?

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rolanaj

Maybe this would be helpful, or at least a place to start.

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securitybreach
Maybe this would be helpful, or at least a place to start.
Nice list!!

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ChipDoc
Maybe this would be helpful, or at least a place to start.
What a great list - bookmarked!Thanks, rolanaj!

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V.T. Eric Layton

Good try, Rolana. I had been through that list already. Most aren't updated any longer (the curse of blogging); others are more RSS feed sites than blogs. I'm looking for stuff written by individuals, mostly... no big tech sites or such. I have all of them in my feed reader already. Thanks! :(

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V.T. Eric Layton

That one does look pretty interesting. I'll keep an eye on it. Thanks. :(

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V.T. Eric Layton

I'm trying to find some interesting blogs to follow and to place in my Speed Dial window...speeddialshot01.th.pngHeh! :(

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V.T. Eric Layton

That's Himadri's blog. I've known Himadri for a long time. He's a refugee from the old Dusty Shelf forums, where I used to hang out. If you like Literature discussion, his is the blog to read.

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ChipDoc
That's Himadri's blog. I've known Himadri for a long time. He's a refugee from the old Dusty Shelf forums, where I used to hang out. If you like Literature discussion, his is the blog to read.
Oh how cool! I hardly ever encounter Himadri anymore. Glad to have found him again - thanks, Eric!

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Eggdog
This guy tries to get Linux working on creepy old computers. Lots of low-footprint and CLI stuff. Not for everybody, but he's a very good writer: eloquent and entertaining. That always scores points with me.I also like the pleasantly bilingual Mandriva Chronicles, from a Costa Rican penguin. Edited by Eggdog

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V.T. Eric Layton

Both of those are pretty good, Eddie. Thanks. Bookmarked! :unsure:

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securitybreach
I'm trying to find some interesting blogs to follow and to place in my Speed Dial window...speeddialshot01.th.pngHeh! :unsure:
Wow, I have been using SpeedDial for a long time and never bothered to set up groups. What a clever way to organize your most visited sites. Instead I have like 40 windows on one tab.Also nice links everyone!!!

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saturnian
Wow, I have been using SpeedDial for a long time and never bothered to set up groups. What a clever way to organize your most visited sites. Instead I have like 40 windows on one tab.
Yeah, that's pretty cool, Eric. I stick with bookmarks and don't use speed dial -- I'm jumping around from one distro to another too often, and using either Chromium or Firefox, so it's just easier to synch bookmarks and use those instead. But that photo really shows the how SpeedDial can be very useful!

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tforsman
Know of any?
Well, my blog is mostly about new applications and try to not only write about Foresight. Atleast gives tips of new or unknown applications.http://www.foresightlinux.se/blog/Also the blog been a little off, also me too from here. Because my laptop been broken, but now im back :)Edit: If someone got similar blogs where new applications or tips of applications for linux, feel free to tips about them :unsure: Edited by tforsman

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V.T. Eric Layton

@ Josh and Saturnian... Yeah, SpeedDial is a very cool tool. Urmas actually got me started using it in Opera's version a few years ago. When FF came out with the extension, I was thrilled. I still use my bookmarks and my own custom home pages, too. However, that SpeedDial is THERE and FAST, when you want to quick click something. I use it for my most commonly visited sites.Custom Home Pagegenhomepageshot.th.pngCustom Linux Home Pagelinuxhomepageshot.th.png@ Tomas... Hey there! Long time, no see. :) I've had your Foresight Linux blog bookmarked for a long time already. Always good stuff in there. :hysterical:

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V.T. Eric Layton

I like that one, Urm! Bookmarked. :)

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tforsman
Here's one for your collection, Eric: http://www.dedoimedo.com/Tjänare, Tomas!Um... are these familiar to you? (Ubuntu centric, but plenty of software stuff):http://www.webupd8.org/http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/ :)
Thanks, omgubuntu is known from before. good tips there webupd8, didnt have that one bookmarked. Thanks (dont know why, because site usually pops up often in google for me) :whistling:

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