Per request . . . here is the link to obtain CherryTree for Windows and Linux. Note for our System76 users – – please use the .deb file for Ubuntu.
CherryTree Installer Files
More detail here: note – CherryTree data can be displayed on Android Phones and Tablets via a standard Text editor (see link below)
Great job by Jo in demo’ing this useful program. Here’s the link on where to get “Microsoft Research AutoCollage 2008 version 1.1.”
Download Link for Collage Program
Firefox 57 (due Nov 2017) is slated to be the major update FF has needed since Google’s Chrome Browser became #1 in worldwide usage.
Cnet Update about Firefox 57 . . .
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Firefox’s simple and fast browser that optimizes privacy is now available for Android also (Phones & Tablets).
Very nice, clutter free interface, and automagically sets up ad-blocking (extremely well).
In the past few months, I’ve migrated from Firefox to Chrome as my daily driver. But by the end of this year, Firefox’s capabilities will be much more competitive with Chrome and in some cases, even better. Sadly though, it’s not likely that will make a difference for regaining their glory days market share.
PS: reason I say “sadly’ is any promotion of software monopolies is NOT a good thing. Competition is a key to innovation and better customer treatment. As such, will continue to track on FF releases and if in the same “ballpark” as Chrome, I’ll be glad to switch back.
Continue reading “Firefox Usage Plummets . . .”
For our club’s Linux AND audio “enthusiasts” . . just released for Ubuntu is the PulseEffects app for customizing your audio files. Very capable app – – and is FOSS (free open source software).
More info here: PulseEffects Article
Mercedes, Toyota, Mazda, Ford and the majority of Automotive Mfgs will standardize their customer facing displays (gps, web, bluetooth, diagnostics, etc. etc etc.) on the Linux platform. All the top Linux distros are involved (Debian/Ubuntu, Fedora, Suse) and are contributing to the new standard. And the whole venture is Open-Source so no company has to reinvent the wheel or get “vendor lock-in” . . . NICE.
For full article, see link on the “continue reading” (next) page . .
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