(NOTE: this page is STILL awaiting an update…)

A partial collection of my browser bookmarks is below. These links may be useful to others – or they may not – but they serve me as useful reminders of subject areas I find interesting.

I can’t vouch for these links actually working, or if they still point to the intended resource, of course…



Developing Software


AntiPatterns are an exciting new form of expert software knowledge, a Dilbert-like extension to design patterns.


All useful links relating to the free office suite

Accessing a ListBox control’s data in a form

The OpenOffice.org Forum at OOoForum.org is an OpenOffice.org help and discussion forum for exchanging information and tips with other users of OpenOffice.org, the open source office suite.

Extensions repository – OpenOffice.org Wiki

Main Page – OpenOffice.org Wiki

OO.o UNO module refence

OpenOffice.org: The Open Office Suite

OpenOffice.org Forum at OOoForum.org :: View topic – Listbox selected item

The OpenOffice.org Forum at OOoForum.org is an OpenOffice.org help and discussion forum for exchanging information and tips with other users of OpenOffice.org, the open source office suite.

OpenOffice.org: Home

platform: An Introduction to OpenOffice.org API


Emacs & Org-mode

Bill Clementson’s Blog: Emacs and Google Calendars


Journey into Emacs.

Emacs Beginner’s HOWTO

Emacs 101

EmacsWiki: Gnus Tutorial

org-mode In Your Pocket Is a GNU-Shaped Devil :: dot unplanned

If the iPhone has helped me accomplish one thing, it has probably been to make it easier for me to stay away from Emacs. It works like this: It is not controversial to assert that Emacs is an environment all its own. You can find libraries and packages that allow Emacs to acknowledge and talk to outside environments, so it’s not a closed

Org Mode – Organize Your Life In Plain Text!

A description of how I currently use org-mode

Some calendar and org-mode integration stuff « Tassilo’s Blog

The Org Manual

The Org Manual

Using dates and times in Emacs org-mode

General Linux

Xen With Graphical User Interface On A Fedora 7 Desktop – Page 2 | HowtoForge – Linux Howtos and Tutorials

Mounting NTFS partitions on centOS 5 | Leo Support

Okay, all the steps were tested on my machine so this MUST work. A little bit of theory: mounting ntfs partitions it’s necessary since Fat is only used on USB

Unix/Linux news servers

Newsreaders.com: Unix/Linux news servers

LPC: Booting Linux in five seconds [LWN.net]

Speed up your Ubuntu Linux boot! | Nobody was Born with Linux Knowledge

BSTJ version of C.ACM Unix paper

Troubleshooting Memory Usage – RimuHosting

Troubleshooting Memory Usage in Linux

The Perfect Server – CentOS 5.2 | HowtoForge – Linux Howtos and Tutorials

The Linux Page Cache and pdflush

Invalid method in request \x16\x03\x01 » Mochabomb

Resizing partitions to install xp – LinuxQuestions.org

Resizing partitions to install xp Fedora

Introduction to Remote Procedure Calls



Backup with dump and restore on Linux mini-HOWTO

A Brief tutorial on Dump/Restore

Hardware compression – The Open Source Backup Wiki (Amanda, MySQL Backup, BackupPC)

Re: Effects of setting linux block device readahead size



Optimizing MySQL


The GNU Privacy Handbook



Free Content

Creative Commons

Free Content Licenses



The Freesound Project


Online Encyclopedia

Red Hat


Red Hat  |  www.europe.redhat.com

redhat.com | Red Hat Support

Red Hat Magazine

Red Hat Network – Your RHN – Your RHN


Fedora Project

Fedora Forum

Fedora Community Forums

Fedora People

Blogs by Fedora Contributors

Fedora Project

Starting point for the Fedora Project

Fedora Unity Project

Fedora Weekly News

Fedora Weekly News

More Support & Discussion


Hacker Thinking

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