Month: December 2014

Review #9: gLabels (Linux)

This is (finally) my first review for a strictly Linux app. I feel terrible for it; I always think of myself as a proud Linux user and an aficionado of open-source applications, yet I have never written any review of a Linux-based app. I found this app on the Ubuntu Software Centre, under the Office … Continue reading Review #9: gLabels (Linux)

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App Showdown #1: WP Write vs ScribeFire Next, tested using WordPress

After a long search, I have come to conclusion that there's no good blog editor for Linux. Some have ugly interface. Some have ridiculously limited set of features. Some won't let you save drafts or post your writings. And all of them haven't been updated for years, or have been discontinued. (Hell, I even wrote … Continue reading App Showdown #1: WP Write vs ScribeFire Next, tested using WordPress

The problem with computer-oriented blogs

I don't usually visit computer-oriented blogs (mostly blogs that covers Windows softwares, both free and paid) from my country. However, I stumbled upon them sometimes, and I notice that most of them seems to share some unwritten rules when covering a software: Never mention anything about the developers/companies behind the software. Never link straight to … Continue reading The problem with computer-oriented blogs