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8 Ago/10

Use Top Shelf to keep track of what you are working on

Use Top Shelf to keep track of what you are working on

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); As a writer one of the most important things for me is to keep organized. This may seem like a fairly simple task, but when you are doing everything from researching a topic to piecing together a much larger work, having fast access to all of the particular documents you are working on can make the difference between efficient work and a catastrophe. There are many ways to keep yourself organized. I’ve seen writers...

23 Dic/09

Manage your secure shell connections from the GNOME panel

Manage your secure shell connections from the GNOME panel

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I work with secure shell all the time. Day in and day out I am administering personal machines and client machines with the help of ssh. After a while opening up a terminal window and entering the command to connect to all of these clients gets old. And we all know saving time and effort equates to saving money. So any tool that can help make your daily administrative life easier is a good thing. One tool to help you...

19 Dic/09

GNOME Panel tips and tricks

GNOME Panel tips and tricks

GNOME is one of the more stable and user-friendly desktops around. And of course, like most of the Linux-verse, with a little tweaking you can make it even more user-friendly. The GNOME panel is one aspect of the GNOME desktop that certainly does not escape possible tweaks. In this tips and tricks article you will see a few little tweaks you can make to the GNOME panel to make your desktop more productive, efficient, and just plain cooler. NOTE: For this article I will be using GNOME 2.28....