GNOME, desktop environment project, released their latest version of 3.16 recently so I decided to make an update to my previous extension package releases.
Earlier in the week I was informed that my Mosaic Userstyle for Feedly.com was no longer working so after a bit of testing I found the issue and decided to update the Userstyle to work with the latest version of Feedly as well as create a whole new Userstyle that introduces a Responsive Mode to Feedly's app.
I modified the StarTalk Radio RSS Feed to separate different parts of the feed for better feed handling and organization.
I've seen a lot of articles from people saying that I "should look for alternatives to SourceForge" for distributing binaries for my Open Source projects. All of these articles make great points but they also all do the exact same irritating useless ending...they tell you to "find an alternative" but never actually give any suggestions so I decided to find alternatives and review them myself. This is that review.
GNOME, desktop environment project, released their latest version of 3.14 recently so I decided to make an update to my previous extension package releases.
I am a really big fan of the GNOME 3 desktop environment because of many things but one of the biggest factors is the extendability via extensions because it allows so many customization options through these extensions so it can be modified to fit any user's preferences. Here is a list of my favorite/installed GNOME Shell Extensions.
The Apps.Ubuntu.com site can do absolutely everything that the USC can do and a lot of things that the USC actually can't do. There are many reasons as to why the USC should be replaced by this website and in the video I address a few of these reasons.
If you are trying to manage your Raspbmc device over (S)FTP via FileZilla then you may have ran into a few confusing issues that I did as well so this tutorial is an attempt to make it easier and provide a step by step guide to the process. There is information scattered across the net to figure this out but I couldn't find a self-contained tutorial so I decided to do it. openELEC users, don't worry I didn't ignore y'all (yes, I'm a southerner), when there are differences I will point out the differences in openELEC.
Here is a demo video of the project I am working on that will allow you to send media to play on your XBMC. The project supports multiple hosts and every file format that XBMC supports.
I am pleased to announce that all of the downloads for the Spotify (Linux) themes/download have been updated to version 1.3.0 which is compatible with the latest version of Spotify which is 0.9.4.183.
Google has just announced a price drop for their current Android Flagship Smartphone, the Nexus 4. This is great news for anyone looking to upgrade but don't want to deal with the carriers' contracts and other ripoffs.
A little over a year ago Canonical held the first ever Ubuntu App Showdown which resulted in some really cool apps like Fogger, LightRead and many more. Many of these apps brought some new innovative ideas to the Linux landscape especially with apps like Fogger. Unfortunately, in the long term, the Ubuntu App Showdown was a Failure. Will 2013 Showdown be any different?