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My LibreOffice Writer Guide Series January 2020 Edition (1/3)

I am writing a series of LibreOffice articles for beginners and in this January I reached 10 articles you could exercise with.

1) Starting The Program: ubuntubuzz.com/2019/12/libreof

2) Understanding User Interface: ubuntubuzz.com/2019/12/libreof

3) Create - Save - Open Document: ubuntubuzz.com/2019/12/libreof

4) Working with Text (Formatting Basics): ubuntubuzz.com/2019/12/libreof

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My Favorite Internet Privacy Resources

1. privacytools.io
(the best privacy services recommendation site)
2. prism-break.org
(my first encounter to internet privacy & recommendation resources, thanks to Trisquel Forum)
3. pack.resetthenet.org
(friendly & eye-catching list of privacy oriented software for all platforms)
4. restoreprivacy.com
(by sven, independent review of VPN services & list of Google alternatives)
5. directory.fsf.org/wiki/Collection:Privacy_pack

Art is one of the people that I'm subscribed to on PeerTube because of his good quality videos. A couple of days ago he released a Kdenlive tutorial for beginners.

peertube.linuxrocks.online/vid

Listen to an audio book. There are lots of public domain ones here: librivox.org/

I2P 0.9.48 has been released!
It enables the new end-to-end encryption protocol for most services. There are also significant performance improvements throughout the router.
Release notes: geti2p.net/en/blog/post/2020/1
Download: geti2p.net/en/download

>Inside Emacs #6 (part 1) → org-mode → Create Tables | Convert From Region | Import Tables

youtube.com/watch?v=pRXRwQ1GGr

Want even more cool GNU Gear to celebrate the FSF's 35th year? Pre-order some stylish FSF35 socks by December 9: u.fsf.org/378

I found a 64MB SD card in an old phone the other day, and it's pretty amazing how these things have transitioned from mega to giga without any change in form factor.

Looking forward to being able to lose 64 terabytes down the back of the couch in the future.

There are lots of ways to support GNOME - be a contributor, a Friend, or a supporter! You can even help support us by liking and sharing our posts!
us.commitchange.com/ca/orinda/

RT @kdecommunity
Pre-Orders for the #PinePhone KDE Community edition are open! Get a glimpse of the future of free and open mobile phones, experiment with all the new features, and help us turn #PlasmaMobile into a mature mobile OS.

pine64.org/2020/12/01/kde-comm

@thepine64

Recently switched from Manjaro to PureOS, PureOS has been just as great so far with everything I need + a little more freedom, security and privacy! :ac_flourish:
@purism thanks for developing such an amazing fully free distro. :ac_flourish:
#distrohop

There's a Firefox extension called I don't Carr about cookies for those that, well don't care about cookies, and its available on addons.mozilla.org

Hello, @Celfred! Thanks for resharing my Ethical Computing Recommendations list.

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Hello sir teacher @tshrinivasan, here above I published a short, simple list to Free Software recommendation sites. I hope this will be useful for you and students.

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I wish I knew about Emacs, when I was in high school:

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Emacs as a Highschooler: How It Changed My Life

https://emacsconf.org/2020/schedule/26/

"Could Emacs be humanity's solution to the turbulent years of adolescence? So much more than a text editor, Emacs changed the way I approach everything at the age of 15. In the two years since discovering Emacs in my sophomore year of high school, I have been constantly amazed at what Emacs is capable of. In this talk, I would like to share this journey of discovery and what I've learned along the way, beginning with what led me to Emacs."

#emacsconf #emacs
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