Archive for December, 2007

Transform Ubuntu to OSX Leopard.

I’m not a mac fan whatsoever, I even prefer windows to osx, but you can’t deny that SOME of the apple people have creative artwork.

Just as I informed you how to transform ubuntu to a vista-clone, i’ll be doing the same for the leopard lovers.

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After letting you guys know about Netscape Navigator 9 yesterday I browsed the web a bit more in search of other linux browsers.

I came across a GREAT webbrowser called Flock.

It is again based on the great master Firefox, but it is intended to be a great social network/blog/friends/… browser.

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Netscape Navigator 9

I was tired of Firefox today and was searching for alternate browser. Epiphany is too basic, I never liked opera so I was thinking about netscape.

I never used it and was under the impression you needed to pay for it. Well, I was wrong, it’s free.

It based on firefox code, so i feels the same as firefox with some netscape only stuff on it. You can still use all the firefox add-ons (adblock plus :p ) so you can use navigator 9 as effectively as firefox.

I been using it for a couple of hours now today and I like it. For some reason I get some warm glowy fuzzy 1995 feeling every time I see the words Netscape.

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I don’t know for how long, but it seems picasa (2.2 and 2.7 beta) is available for linux.


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Frostwire is a p2p program.

It’s made by some ex-employees from

The program has a blue-ish look instead of the boring green limewire theme.

It is a cross-platform free version of limewire-pro with some extra functions.

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I stumbled upon this nice new program from mozilla.

Prism is basicly a program that lets you open a certain website application or website in a window through a short cut.

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Record your desktop.

On youtube there are hundreds of people that record there desktop and share it with the world.

In ubuntu the easiest way to do that, is by downloading “gtk-recordmydestkop” or “istanbul” from add/remove or synaptic.

You might also want to install gnome-alsamixer from synaptic to get the audio to work.

Documentation and Guides.