Danny is a senior at the University of North Texas who enjoys all aspects of open source software and Linux. He is also a contributor for the Fedora Project. You can check out his personal website or follow his Twitter account here.
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Danny's Latest Posts
Ever since Steam has been made available for Linux, there’s been a number of great titles added (and plenty of reasons to use it!), including a relatively undiscovered gem called Oil Rush.
Every social media site out there shows us ads. But sometimes, those ads can get very specific towards you, often showing you ads that seem creepy and stalkerish. How do they do that?
Over the past few years, there’s been a lot of talk about tablets — devices that usually run Android or iOS that look like supersized smartphones. While they’re certainly useful for various different purposes, there was something else called a tablet before the modern tablet became popular — pen tablets. These tablets don’t run an […]
Don’t waste money on software for personal use! Not only do free alternatives exist, they most likely offer all the features you need and may be easier and safer to use.
Linux has been around since 1991, but the most famous distros – from Ubuntu to Fedora to Mint – were born in the mid-2000′s. Slackware, by contrast, dates back to 1992. You read that correctly: 1992. Slackware remains the oldest actively maintained distro, and to this day remains true to its (non-user friendly) roots. Think […]
Google+ makes it very easy to share your photos with whomever you want, but you can do a lot more than just share. Make sure you take advantage of everything Google+ photos have to offer.
While the idea of chat rooms aren’t quite as popular anymore as they used to be, instant messaging is still used by everyone. Whether it’s Yahoo, MSN/Skype, Facebook, and more, you need an application for your desktop that can handle all of these services while providing great integration. Under Linux, sticking with the applications meant […]
There’s always going to be a time when there’s some technological reason why you can’t log in to your bank account. If there is, these steps will hopefully help you resolve it.
Gnome and KDE (or even Xfce and LXDE) aren’t the only desktop environments out there for Linux. Openbox and xmonad are just two lightweight window managers you could use instead. Both are very lightweight (yes, lighter than Xfce or even LXDE), which is perfect for squeezing every ounce of performance out of your system while possibly increasing your […]
Is LibreOffice the only worthwhile office suite for Linux users? Possibly not, thanks to KDE’s Calligra. LibreOffice, and its predecessor OpenOffice, have long been known as the leader in free office suites available for all Linux. While it’s certainly the most popular choice among Linux users, it certainly isn’t the only full-fledged office suite available […]
Do you often get distracted by SMS alerts on your mobile while working on the computer? Switching from one device to another is major interruption of your work flow, so tools that help you stay on one device can significantly increase your productivity. Lucky for you, if you’re on Android, there are a handful of great tools which can do exactly this, whether you’re using Windows, Linux, or a Mac. If you’re on iOS, there’s really only one possible option for you.
School time can become stressful for both students and teachers, especially in high school and later in college. Therefore, it’s absolutely crucial that you stay as organized as possible so that you know where to find the information you need and make things as easy as possible for yourself. Evernote is a fantastic tool to take care of all of this.
Is Thunar a better file manager than Gnome’s default, Nautilus?
Always wished you could embed Facebook posts in your blog? Now, just about anyone can take a post and embed it into a website. This way, you or your friends can show off a funny moment to others, even if they don’t use Facebook, or post other cool content that is usually only found on Facebook.
There are custom Linux distributions that are made for everyone imaginable. Students, scientists, and even various artists can enjoy special Linux distributions made just for them. The joy of the flexibility Linux provides is that any person with the right skills can take an existing distribution and change whatever they want about it to release […]