Productivity boosting with open source applications

Productivity is very important. With a boost in productivity we save time and we get more work done in short period. That is why today in factories the production lines are automated. Productivity boosting is also important in everyday computer usage. No matter if you are just an regular desktop user, power user, developer or […]

The Humble “Open Source” Bundle

This week the Humble weekly Bundle has the subtitle “Celebrating Open source”, so I must buy and publish it Apart the interesting title this bundle contains 8 nice games. Each game in this bundle was made featuring some open source tool or library. Pay what you want for the high school-themed fantasy game, Magical Diary, […]

How to sync your Fitbit under Linux

I’ve recently received a fitbit flex as gift, and I love it, this personal device tracks steps, distance, and calories burned. At night, it tracks your sleep quality and wakes you silently in the morning. Just check out the lights to see how you stack up against your personal goal. Flex allows you to set […]

My top 10 open source software

I received this article from Saska Dasgupta and gladly publish it. I discovered the Linux and open source world around 4 years ago, and from that date I’m trying to know more open source software or projects. I must say that they changed my life both as I started to use different software but the […]

arkOS: build your Cloud with a Raspberry Pi

Recently I’ve discovered this project that has great ambitions: arkOS is an open-source platform for securely self-hosting your online life. Everything started from the founder Jacob Cook and the CitizenWeb Project he founded. It’s designed to run on a Raspberry Pi – a super-low-cost single board computer – and ultimately will let users, even of […]