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
Besides your typical first-person shooters or strategy experiences, plenty of people love MMORPGs, or “massively multiplayer online role playing games”. Although the most popular of this type of pastime is World of Warcraft, there are still plenty of others available for you to play. In fact, there’s even an open source MMORPG that you can […]
One of the best top-down shooters is Steel Storm: Burning Retribution, and it’s one you really should play.
Historically speaking, gaming on Linux has been “meh” at best, but Extreme Tux Racer is anything but.
The new Google ads are called “Shared Endorsements” and show just how private your online information really is. Hint: it isn’t. Are you ready for your face to appear in ads?
We’re giving away a Google Chromecast, so read through our review, then join the competition to win!
Sophistication is often a term thought of whenever you talk about well-made simulators, but sophistication may not be what you think of when you play Surgeon Simulator 2013.
Concerned about Google’s data collection policies in light of all privacy issues? It might not be a bad idea to keep Google away from your Internet activities. But just how can you do that?
Removing malware can be a pain. Malware removal guides ease the process, but it remains tedious. Finally, you will have to deal with after effects, like messed up browser settings or a broken Internet connection.
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 […]