- Computer World Online - Australia's best prices on PCs, Laptops and Software
Large retailer of computer hardware and software, providing on-line purchase facilities.
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- How to make all video/audio files work on an Ubuntu Breezy system » Eric’s Blog » Blog Archive
Having trouble playing DVDs, MP3s, DiVX, AAC/MP4, XViD or WMV audio/video files on your Ubuntu Breezy system? Since these fomats are all proprietary, the companies that invented them require that developers purchase a (very expensive) license to legally decode (play back) files in these formats (with the exception of XViD which has had a completely different set of licence/patent-related problems), so Ubuntu cannot legally include these codecs in the base install.
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- Istore Computers + Software + Networking Products + Laptops + PC ...
An on-line computer store offering systems, parts and peripherals for sale.
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- Lifehacker, the Productivity and Software Guide
Computers make us more productive. Yeah, right. Lifehacker recommends the software downloads and web sites that actually save time. Don't live to geek; geek to live.
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- the electric sheep screen-saver
Electric Sheep realizes the collective dream of
sleeping computers from all over the internet.
Electric Sheep realizes the collective dream ofsleeping computers from all over the internet.
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- ThoughtManager by Hands High Software
ThoughtManager list manager software for Palm OS compatible handheld computers, PDA's and smartphones. ThoughtManager organizes your tasks, projects, ideas, checklists, outlines, and more. Lists can printed or beamed to others. ThoughtManager Desktop is compatible with Windows 95 and above and synchronizes with ThoughtManager on the Palm. ThoughtManager is compatible with the Zire, Tungsten, Clie, Treo, Palm devices, and Kyocera and Samsung Smartphones.
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- Your bones got a little machine.: Amarok 1.4.4 on Ubuntu Dapper
A new version of Amarok, my favorite music player for Linux, has been released. This version boasts numerous bug fixes, and an nice interface to the Magnatune music store. Magnatune is cool since the full length tracks are under a Creative Commons license and are free to listen to. If you decide to support an artist you enjoy, you can buy downloads and choose how much you wish to pay. The artist splits the profits 50:50 with Magnatune, and you get uncrippled MP3/FLAC/Ogg files, which can be re-downloaded at any time if you loose them somehow. Since Magnatune operates like an enlightened version of a traditional record label, meaning they only select "high quality" artists ... they don't push loads of dross from self promoting artists that suck like the old
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