productivity

OpenOffice.org (OOo) is a freely available, full-featured office suite. OOo is both a software product and a community of volunteers that produces and supports the software. However, new users may get lost while finding help, support and productivity enhancing extensions. This blog post covers OOo new user orientation to to discover support, tutorials, community insights, templates, clip art, extensions, and blogs for OOo.

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Learn about common errors and how to overcome them, and discover exactly why these 10 UNIX command line habits are worth picking up.

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Updated openoffice.org packages to correct two security issues are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 and 4.

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This blog post covers many applications which can be used to increase your productivity without spending a single penny. From the article: Sure, Apple’s built its reputation on being the hipster brand of choice, but one of the nice things about Linux is the ability to customize virtually any aspect of the operating system to […]

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This is great post by Stevey Drunken about mastering Emacs text editor which is quite quite popular among UNIX hackers, computer programmers and power users: Emacs is the world’s best text editor. It’s not just the best for editing program source; it’s the best for any kind of text-editing. Mastering Emacs will make you more […]

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I use Google Calendar exclusively. However to access this product you need to use a web browser. There is nice program called gcalcli (Google Calendar Command Line Interface) which allows to access Google Calendar from bash shell. Now I can see an agenda using a specified start/end time and date from a shell prompt over […]

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