Install Tor Browser on Linux and set up a launcher

Linux is the system of freedoms. The Tor software protects you by bouncing your communications around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world: it prevents somebody watching your Internet connection from learning what sites you visit, it prevents the sites you visit from learning your physical location, and it lets you access sites which are[…]

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How to rotate videos taken from smartphone

Landscape on the phone, portrait on the PC I recorded some videos with my smartphone and, incredibly, after the import on the PC, I found them rotated in the wrong mode. Landscape to portrait, or viceversa. Not ever, not at all, but sometimes it happens. So I was looking for a way to rotate those videos. I shot videos with[…]

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How to configure Pidgin as Hangouts client

Linux has no native Hangouts client I use Ubuntu and Fedora on different machines, I also use (in some cases and as alternative to Telegram and Skype) Google Hangsouts to communicate with friends and for work. Hangsout is available in many ways, also directly from the Gmail web page, but there are no clients for Linux. I didn’t find a[…]

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How to use AmbianceDF theme on Ubuntu Unity

Standard Unity theme, but with different Ubuntu colors AmbianceDF is a classic theme for Ubuntu Unity desktop environment. I found the standard Ambiance theme really clean and usable, but little old. The colors of the standard Ubuntu theme have little tired me, so I decided to refresh the look of Ambiance standard theme. For this, AmbianceDF was born. AmbianceDF provides[…]

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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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