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While everyone knows that most Linux distributions (distros) are free to download, not everybody is aware that you also have access to thousands of cost-free applications through your operating system’s package manager. 12 more words


Pick Colors Directly from Your Windows Display with AutoHotkey!

Coloretta Viva Adds Accuracy to Color Picking

This AutoHotkey app embodies one characteristic in paint tools which I consider a huge plus—precision. While you can find many Windows color-picking tools, most depend upon expanding the view of the screen to get pixel level exactness. 579 more words


Free AutoHotkey Virtual Numeric KeyPad App

A Quick Little AutoHotkey Script for Small Laptops with No KeyPad

Ever want a pop-up numeric keypad on your Windows computer screen? Use this one. 651 more words


Google releases new TensorFlow Object Detection API

Google is releasing a new TensorFlow object detection API to make it easier for developers and researchers to identify objects within images. Google is trying to offer the best of simplicity and performance — the models being released today have performed well in benchmarking and have become regularly used in research. 279 more words


Joining Trisquel-Users Mailing List


When I see trisquel-users’ archive is as lively as this:

I decided to join the list immediately at https://listas.trisquel.info/mailman/listinfo/trisquel-users.

What is Trisquel? Trisquel GNU/Linux is a community where software freedom is well-respected and its illegal there to encourage proprietary software. 6 more words

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Buried Treasure – embedding IBM MQ clients and MFT Agents into applications

I haven’t been doing this blog so long that I am going to repeat myself. Or at least not yet. But last year I did a blog on why you would use MQ – and that is broadly the topic of this entry as well but it comes from a specific use-case perspective. 1,118 more words