I have a Coolermaster Hyper 212 CPU cooler and the fan was kinda cheap & noisy. Even noisier when upside down. Had to lay my tower on it's side. It burned out about a month ago. So I bought one of these Corsair fans. No regrets. This thing is very quiet and is working great. Cost me about $32. But so worth it.
Got some C++ knowledge? Get some valuable experience helping out with a well-known free software project – LibreOffice! Here's what you need to build the source code and test your changes: https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2019/06/12/start-developing-libreoffice-download-the-source-code-and-build-on-linux/
If you have a Google account it might surprise you how much information they have about you and your habits.
I'm over 85% deaf from degenerative cochlear deafness (hereditary). I support this:
Helping a friend get his Discord server going and offered to help build a bot for it. Suddenly I'm neck deep in Node.js.
But discord.js is making things easy.
Tonight we will look at two topics on SwitchedToLinux:
1.) Microsoft is KILLING your eBooks! - and why I prefer to sell my eBooks platform agnostic
2.) AV Linux - Good for A/V Production or Not?
Join us at 6:00p EST
The Zorin OS team has published a new beta release which offers enhanced performance and a preview of features to come in Zorin OS 15. The beta is based on Ubuntu 18.04.2 and includes a night mode, the ability to connect to Android devices to sync notifications, share files and send text messages between the two devices. Flatpak support has also been added to the distribution and is available by default.
I just bought Turris Omnia - open hardware router running free operating system based on OpenWrt. I hope it will reduce my ISP router to a mere fibre optic modem 😃
Announcing the First Latin America LibreOffice Conference, which will take place in Asunción, Paraguay on July 19 (Friday) and 20 (Sat)! https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2019/04/02/announcing-the-first-latin-america-libreoffice-conference/
GnuCash is based on double entry accounting, which is very intuitive.
Each account represents a thing, like your bank, wallet, or grocer. You then transfer money between accounts to represent transactions (eg $20 from wallet to grocer).
Accounting is a must, as it allows for you to investigate and report fraud with certainty, and GnuCash makes it easy.
Website 🔗: https://www.gnucash.org/
apt 📦: gnucash
Throwing this out there to help support one of my all-time favorite artists and friend, Byron Rempel. Free to follow, cheap to become a patron of, and really cool guy to commission some radical artwork from.
Well. NOW it's official. Google+ is no longer available to consumers.
Owner & Founder of Open Source Software Community on Google+. Experienced Coder, gamer, and long time Linux user & Free/Open Source Software supporter (since 2000).
Fosstodon is a Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.