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Linux, just Linux

Linux runs the wwworld

While Linux is running our phones, friend requests, tweets, financial trades, ATMs and more, most of us don’t know how it’s actually …

Piracy != Theft

This is a guest post by Nikhil Somaru. Nikhil is tech-head open-source junkie with a spiritual edge. He left South Africa in …

Useful Wikileaks Search Engine

Wikileaks is very popular at the moment, they have just over a million documents and are releasing 250 000 new US Cablegate …

The FLOSS INCLUDE project

FLOSS (Free/ Libre/ Open Source Software) refers to a collaborative, distributed, collective and innovative approach to software development. FlOSS has numerous benefits, …

MeeGo Where Maemo & Moblin Went

Maemo is a software platform developed by Nokia for smartphones and Internet Tablets. It is based on the Debian Linux distribution. The …

Local Mirror for TED talks

After Jason Adriaan’s guest blog post about Local List, Your Web AddiCT went over to ISlabs to see what was new and …

Exciting releases for KDE users

October is looking good so far for the KDE users, with two significant releases in the first week. Both look promising with …

Meeting 2 Web Guru’s & …

Your Web AddiCT(s); were fortunate to meet some Internet Legends, Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales (pic on the right) and Prof. Larry Lessig …

TED Talks everywhere

TED Talks everywhere Originally uploaded by Rafiq Phillips. Wikipedia founder, Jimmy Wales’ TEDTalk at the New Media presentation at UCT Graduate School …

Local Open Source Brilliance

Mike Stopforth posted a blurb about FreeGeek and asked… What a great idea. So who’s going to do it here? Mikey, its …

What is FOSS?

We’ve been on a mission to tag/categorize Your blog posts written by Your Group of Web AddiCT(s); Your Web AddiCT added the …