I have just gotten around to reading through a pretty large back log of some of my favorite comics, and guess what I spied inside one? Well, just about what the title says.
Owners of Sony Ericsson handsets (non-android, natch) who want to bring a little Ubuntu style to their mobile experience will -love- the following Ambiance theme designed specifically for that purpose. Make the jump to find out how you can get your sweaty palms all over it.
Before I make for the land of slumber tonight let me leave you with a quick read that doubles up as a must read not only for Unity fans but for those with a naturally curious disposition.
Freelance web developer John Hamelink has put together a tight little list of apps he recommends for Linux developers and designers. The (as of writing) 17strong list includes many applications we’ve raved about on OMG! […]
It didn't take me long to cave in and buy some of the (very cheap) new Ubuntu sticker sets we mentioned a few days ago. Admittedly this was, in part, because I spied that the sheets contained some neat circular Ubuntu logo stickers that seemed to be an appropriate size to cover the Windows key on my keyboard.
If the Linux-based Android OS running on your Nexus One isn’t nearly as nerdy-enough as your needs dictate then bust out the big boy and install Ubuntu on it. The crazy people over at NexusOneHacks.net […]
Some of the more-hip readers amongst you have tweeted my attention towards this little beauty: –You can clearly see an Ubuntu logo on the the back of one of the characters’ monitor from Channel 4’s […]
With the biannual list of the top 500 supercomputers the world over released, the following screenshot of a graph showing the operating systems used in those 500 peta-flop crunching machines, and produced by the University […]
With a few weeks to kill until the next Beta of Ubuntu 10.04 why not stoke your creatively-sapped juices by re-creating the new Ubuntu 10.04 default wallpaper in Inkscape? Popular Spanish design site cursorlibre.com have […]
Keep an eye on this and you’ll be first to know: http://isthemusicstorereadyyet.com/ Article originally appeared on omgubuntu.co.uk
Hello, I know some of you are fearing that the launch of our new IRC channel has been the cause in a slowdown of new posts over the last few days but let me assure you that […]
Banshee 1.5.4 was released last week with some shiny new features and a handful of new functions – including equaliser presets, extra shuffle modes and, notably, an opt-in usage data collector thingy. Gabriel Burt, a […]