Linux Drops: View real-time data and statistics from any logfile on any server with SSH, in an intuitive and entertaining way.
OSTATIC: Python's gui scripting support is very good. To get started, I grabbed a basic skeleton from YoLinux that popped up a box for text entry.
HowtoForge: This tutorial explains how to use PageSpeed with nginx on Debian Wheezy.
OSTATIC: The Document Foundation announced their latest update to 4.0. Blender 2.67 brings new features like cartoon and 3D capabilities. And KDE received its latest monthly updates fixing 75 more bugs.
Webopedia: Raring Ringtail is the Ubuntu codename for version 13.04 of the Ubuntu Linux-based operating system.
OpenLogic: Not so long ago (in a galaxy not so far away...) free and open source software was met with two prevailing attitudes. One was resentment, possibly fueled by fear, that could sometimes rise to the point of hostility.
The Register: Google is moving the default software for its rentable cloud servers from a custom version of Linux to Debian.
CNET: Google should unveil a new version of its mobile OS next week. Here's some of what we may see this time around, and also down the line.
Scribbles and Snaps: The Sharpen tool in digiKam offers three sharpening methods: simple sharp, unsharp mask, and refocus.
Linux-Line: By the end of this month Canonical plans to equip its employees with early versions of its widely hyped "Ubuntu phone" for testing and refinement.
CNET: Android had a wide lead over Apple in smart mobile devices, according to Canalys' first-quarter figures.
Wazi: Learn how you can administer each Puppet node with instructions tailored for its specific environment.
tecmint: Innotop is an excellent command line program, similar to the top command
ubuntugeek: agedu scans a directory tree and produces reports about how much disk space is used in each directory and subdirectory
ZDnet: Facebook and friends' Open Compute Project has made servers, motherboards and power supplies more affordable for data centers.
Everyday Linuxuser: Last week there was a poll to find out the answer to the ultimate question "If you could save a limited number of Linux distributions which distributions would you save?". The results are in.
ServerWatch: Moving from bare metal to virtualization and private cloud server infrastructures is not always an easy task.
Enterprise Networking Planet: In a town built on gambling, your safest bet this week is likely on Ethernet.
Network World: Last place you want to see a Windows error message: Las Vegas hotel elevator, 20th floor.
Linux User & Developer: A fully functional low-cost single-board computer with dual Gigabit Ethernet and two USB 3.0 ports, is the MiraBox an ARM-based miracle?