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The End of Ubuntu One and Some Alternatives

On Wednesday, April 2nd, it was announced on the Canonical Blog that the Ubuntu One service would be shutting down. Some assumed it was an April Fools joke until Friday when an email was sent to notify the rest of … Continue reading

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Using Dropbox as a Repo: A Simple Cheat Sheet

Many people use Dropbox as a git repository. And why not? It’s compatible across many different platforms, a secure cloud storage service, and easy to setup and begin using immediately. I use it the most when switching between operating systems … Continue reading

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Easiest Netbeans 7.3 and Java JDK Install Possible

I recently had to re-install my operating system, Ubuntu 12.04, this weekend. In doing so, I had to also re-install all of my development tools, including the Netbeans IDE and the Java JDK. Netbeans requires the use of the Java … Continue reading

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Three Free Tools to Help You Get Started With Graphical Design

If you have been contemplating getting into graphical design work, you should not feel discouraged just because you cannot seem to get your hands on the best tools on the market. Do not let your inexperience or inability to afford … Continue reading

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Wubi: An Easy Ubuntu Installation

What is Wubi? Wubi stands for “Windows-Based Ubuntu Installer.” Broken down it means that it installs Ubuntu on your Windows machine. Why would this be useful? Why? Well, it’s useful for several reasons, the biggest being that you don’t have … Continue reading

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