Opensource music for videogames and videos

Indie techno music for games and multimedia Some time ago, I made some music. A playlist of electronic indie music, perfect (I think!) for videogames and multimedia production. All the song is under Creative Commons License, so you’re free to use them wherever you want. Creative Commons helps you legally share your knowledge and creativity to build a more equitable,[…]

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How to use Google Calendar with Thunderbird

Mozilla’s Thunderbird can also handle your calendars Gnome environment has a lot of built-in widget and one of the most useful is gnome-calendar. It shows you all about your calendars, but a more useful way to handle them it’s to delegate to Thunderbird. Mozilla’s Thunderbird is an incredible flexible email client and, by adding several add-ons it could be also[…]

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Fedora 24 six pack wallpapers

The winter is coming! Fedora 24 is coming! At the second round of Fedora 24 Final Go/No-Go Meeting, Fedora 24 Final RC1.2 has just been declared as GOLD. GA of this release is planned on Tuesday 2016-June-21. Here the official post on Community Blog, Meeting details and full log. So, finally, Fedora 24 is really coming! Last days I learned[…]

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NetworkManager 1.2.0 released!

The availability of a new major version Yes, finally a new improved version of NetworkManager is here. NetworkManager is a program for providing detection and configuration for systems to automatically connect to network. NetworkManager is useful for both wireless and wired networks. NetworkManager was originally developed by Red Hat and now is hosted by the GNOME project. NetworkManager is the[…]

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Expect the Unexpected

The magic of the unusual things They say that some people see the glass half full, some see it half empty. But most programmers don’t see the glass at all; they write code that simply does not consider unusual situations. They are neither optimists nor pessimists. They are not even realists. They’re ignore-ists. When writing your code don’t consider only[…]

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