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OpenShot 1.3.0 released; cements place as the best video editor for Linux

The latest version of Linux video editor ‘OpenShot‘ has been released with a raft of new features and fixes. New features present in version 1.3.0 of the non-linear editor include: – A new user interface and icons Timeline and interface animations Smooth scaling Easier filtering of files/effects/transitions Video upload support for YouTube and Vimeo New […]

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Open Source Success: Alfresco Software Reports Record Revenues

Alfresco Software reported record revenues today, providing a signal that open-source technologies are a top choice for the enterprise as the economy moves out of the recession and cloud computing becomes more prevalent. Alfresco reported both record fourth quarter earnings and record revenues for 2009. Growth is up 61% compared to last year. We look […]

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Drupal Mavens Unveil Open Atrium: An Intranet in a Box

Proprietary intranet vendors, be scared. Be very scared. Today,Development Seed, the open source shop behind DrupalCon in DC and other endeavors, has released the public beta of Open Atrium. Open Atrium is a free and open source intranet built as a Drupal distribution, with some impressive functionality available out of the box. Not only is this a […]

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Google Wave

Here’s the full video of the Google Wave demo from  Google’s IO conference in San Francisco. Techcrunch review of Google Wave is here. Exclusive interview with the founders is here, and our video and notes from the press conference is here. Google Wave looks to be an integrated communications platform that brings together email, chat, […]

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laconica or twitter or micro-blogging

Laconica is a Free and Open Source microblogging platform. It helps people in a community, company or group to exchange short (140 character) messages over the Web. Users can choose which people to “follow” and receive only their friends’ or colleagues’ status messages. It provides a similar service to sites like Twitter, Jaiku, and Plurk.

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Dimdim, the world’s easiest web conference delivers synchronized live presentations, whiteboards and web pages while sharing your voice and video over the Internet – with no download. It is open source, so I will be trying to install it in my servers 😉

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