full circle magazine #64
Welcome to another issue of Full Circle!
his month's FCM brings you more of the usual goodness. Python (three years oldthis month) and LibreOffice continue, and are joined by an article on setting upDavMail for use with Microsoft Exchange. Tweet Screen fans can rest easy with thethrilling conclusion to Charles' current Linux Labs experiment. In the land of graphics, Mark's Inkscape series continues, and I've started a video editing series usingKdenlive. And, by the end of this month's WebDev article, you'll have installed LAMP.Next month, I'm hoping to have a review of the new book Ubuntu Made Easy from NoStarch Press (many thanks to them for the review copy), and a review of my new GoogleNexus 7 tablet. I've put up posts on ourGoogle+andFacebookpages encouraging people
to post Nexus 7 questions they'd like answered in the review.Les and Co. have returned to the helm and releasedFull Circle Podcast #30, which youshoulddownload. Running at almost two hours, it has a whole host of interviews, RaspberryPi info, and much much more.Meanwhile, the eagle eyed proofreaders who fix all our mistakes (yours and mine) havebeen working on the
Official Full Circle Style Guide
for all you writer types. We'll bekeeping this up to date and linking to it from future issues. This will be the reference guidewhen writing an article. Many people are making simple mistakes (GB, not Gb or gb – yes,there is a difference) which really should be corrected before submitting. The less we needto change the better.
All the best, and keep in touch!
Full Circle Podcast
Released monthly, each episodecovers all the latest Ubuntu news,opinions, reviews, interviews andlistener feedback. The Side-Pod isa new addition, it's an extra(irregular) short-form podcastwhich is intended to be a branchof the main podcast. It'ssomewhere to put all the generaltechnology and non-Ubuntu stuff that doesn’t fit in the mainpodcast.
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