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A world where anyone could access others privacy, even your own

How would it be a world like that? Advertisements

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Thunderbird 3 onwards and Keyconfig: How to make it work

If you are not able to make the keyconfig extension work with your current version of Thunderbird (2.0, 3.0, 3.1, ¿4.0?), and gets marked as ‘not compatible’ with this version of Thunderbird, it’s just not true, but you need to … Continue reading

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Trick to get the next Ubuntu Release faster!

If you want to download the next Ubuntu release (10.10 – Maverick Meerkat) faster, you could prepare yourself, getting first the Release Candidate. That will ensure you that you’ve got the 95% of the final packages already downloaded, and in … Continue reading

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Thunderbird: How to move folders without moving the rules with them?

If you’ve got a mail folder with lots of rules, and you want to move it around (change it’s name), and that the rules DON’T move with the renamed mail folder, here are the steps you need to follow: – … Continue reading

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Thunderbird 3: How to make it faster

Three issues I’ve found with Thunderbird 3, and how I’ve dealt with them: slowness on emails with heavy link usage, issues with folders getting too big, and finally issues with full-text indexing. Continue reading

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Thunderbird 3 And Keyconfig: How to move messages to a folder

How to configure Thunderbird 3 to move messages to a specified folder, at the command of a keystroke! Continue reading

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Future of computing in the internet era

There may be two possible futures, but clearly both in the cloud: One where large corporations have a monopoly on the applications we will use on a daily basis. And those same corporations have made Internet non neutral, creating an … Continue reading

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