I use OS X quite often during my day job. I'm able to tolerate it largely
due to the terminal. If I couldn't do my work with green text on a
black background, I think I'd go crazy (or crazier). Unfortunately,
OS X doesn't come with all the command-line tools I need. That's where
Homebrew comes in to save the day.
As Linux users, we tend to take programs like GIMP for
granted. Thankfully, as of version 2.8.2, GIMP is available as a native
application for OS X! Because everyone reading this most likely is familiar with
how awesome GIMP is for photo editing, it's worth mentioning there is
another open-source photo-editing application for OS X named Seashore.
In the course of a normal work day I take several little breaks to check the news. On my list of news sites are Slashdot,Linux Journal and Linux Today. Frequently I see something that gives me an idea for an article. more>>
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