ZDNet: It's funny to look back on my personal history with Linux and remember how subversive and alternative it once was.
Mashable: Here are a few tricks we use to keep up with Facebook pals on the go.
OStatic: OpenMandriva beat out other contenders such as Moondrake, OpenMDV, Lomax, and ROMA.
The Power Base: Boon or bust? It's unclear to us how many KDE users prefer ReKonq over Firefox or Chrome
FOSSforce: RMS is one of those people with whom I'm often in complete agreement - in theory.
Use Freeradius and perform Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting to connect and use a network service
LinuxDrops: FreeRADIUS is the most popular open source RADIUS server and the most widely deployed RADIUS server in the world.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Long story short - open always wins.
Linux-Line: Ceptor is an advanced zero client that brings the data to the user when and where they need it.
InternetNews: From the 'Good Things Come in Small Packages' files:
HowtoForge: This tutorial explains how to use Apache Solr with TYPO3 on Debian Wheezy.
TecMint: Finally, the long-awaited Skype 4.2 for Linux released by Microsoft with major updates, lots of various bug fixes and some minor features.
The VAR Guy: Frankly, OpenStack does not need saving. We're merely seeing a shakeout in the cloud market rather than a central flaw with the OpenStack movement.
OSTATIC: If it sounds like a joke, you may be surprised at the enormous computing power these lash-ups are capable of.
ZDNET: Mint isn't just an outstanding Linux desktop, it's the best new desktop operating system of any kind available now.
The H Open: Among the topics discussed by the developers at Ubuntu Developer Summit 13.05 were the planned new features for Ubuntu 13.10.
WebUpd8: Skype 4.2 for Linux has been released
TimeToBleed: This article is going to explain how a recent privilege escalation exploit for the Linux kernel works.
RedMonk: A recent poll on Hacker News asking about Linux distributions of choice got me thinking, what can can we learn from a bigger picture of the distro landscape than a single HN poll? I
MakeTechEasier: For those that need to work constantly on SSH, it can be very frustrating when the system cut you off after a period of time.