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Debian on Lenovo Thinkpad X240

I recently got myself a new computer, the Lenovo Thinkpad X240. It’s my first Thinkpad so I cannot compare it to previous models. [...]

PRISM Break: A list of resources for privacy and freedom

With the recent news scandal about the NSA surveillance program code named PRISM more people is starting to question their use of cloud [...]
rainbow-mode

Easy CSS editing with Emacs

Editing CSS in Emacs is very easy since the standard CSS mode comes included by default. But developer Julien Danjou created this nice [...]
Ada, ballet & GNU

Debian and the girlfriend

We got a new computer for the girlfriend some months ago. Since her old laptop was running Debian Lenny and she loved it, [...]

A message from Richard Stallman on Software Freedom Day

Richard Stallman, the initiator of the Free Software movement, published a very easy to understand video message on what software freedom is about. [...]

command line tools for web developers

Many people are typically afraid of the terminal. Yes, it might look scary for some, retro for others, but for the practical busy [...]

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