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Kindle Scribe brings writing to Amazon’s popular e-reader

Hard to believe that, in 2022, the Kindle can still headline an Amazon event — and yet, he were are. We’re expecting plenty of news out of today’s virtual Amazon event (and slightly melancholy that we weren’t able to cover… Continue Reading →

Cool Tools 2022 Spotlight: Workflowy

In this post, Shay Elbaum talks about the features of the Cool Tool he demoed at the 2022 AALL Annual Meeting. Shay is a Faculty Research Librarian at University of Michigan Law Library. Questions about this Cool Tool? Contact him… Continue Reading →

Publisher blocks access to ebooks; students, faculty scramble

Image: At George Washington University this fall, 269 students enrolled in a geography class were supposed to have free access to their course textbook, An Introduction to Human-Environment Geography: Local Dynamics and Global Processes, via a link on the course’s Blackboard… Continue Reading →

LexBlog Needs to be Helping Law School and Law School Library Blogs

Daniel W. Linna Jr.; Northwestern Pritzker School of Law in LexBlog, September 27, 2022    Read the original story

Penpot inks $8M, as signups for its open source spin on Figma jump 5600% after Adobe’s $20B acquisition move

Adobe’s intention to acquire Figma for $20 billion, announced earlier mid-September, sent shockwaves through the design industry, and not all of them positive. On a business level, it’s a no-brainer that Adobe has snapped up a rival whose design collaboration… Continue Reading →

The prompt says “Start writing” so, sure, I’ll just start writing. I’m on my phone at the moment so writing is me like swiping but it does have a certain cursive feel to it once you get going. Of course… Continue Reading →

A 20 Year Old Chipset Workaround Has Been Hurting Modern AMD Linux Systems

AMD engineer K Prateek Nayak recently uncovered that a 20 year old chipset workaround in the Linux kernel still being applied to modern AMD systems is responsible in some cases for hurting performance on modern Zen hardware. Fortunately, a fix… Continue Reading →

Audacity 3.2 Adds Realtime Effects, Cloud Sharing & More

Audacity – a free, open source, cross-platform audio application – has been updated to version 3.2, adding realtime effects processing, cloud sharing and more.… Read More Audacity 3.2 Adds Realtime Effects, Cloud Sharing & More    Read the original story

5 Free and Open-Source Figma Alternatives

Looking for Figma alternatives but want free and open-source solutions? Here are some suggestions! The post 5 Free and Open-Source Figma Alternatives appeared first on Linux Today.    Read the original story

Does Someone Know My Name?

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