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Workflow (Re)design

Over the past month or so, I started to think about my workflow and I found that I’m at the point of redesigning it, mainly because I have new tools that can be used in my workflow. 707 more words

Ubuntu

PDF annotations in Linux with Xournal

Finally (2013!), annotating PDFs has become a native & easy thing to do in Linux. 

I installed Xournal with ‘apt-get install xournal’ and got stuck straight in. 40 more words

fill out and sign a PDF on debian

  1. fill out form with xournal and export pdf.  (oowriter didn’t read xournal’s output even with the libreoffice pdf import extension, but the xournal’d pdf did print, gimp was able to read it, and it was emailable)
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Debian

Open Source picture, video, and sound editing options in under seven minutes.

If you haven’t heard Máirín talk about creating art then you are missing out.  Here is a video from Opensource.com showing a talk on some very powerful tools available on the Linux platform:

Fedora 17

Comment (annotate) and highlight PDF in linux (Ubuntu 11.04)

I was searching for tools that allow easy commenting and highlighting of PDF files.

xournal

Xournal is good but it doesn’t parse the pdf file. xournal creates a layer on top of the pdf, where the user can draw or write annotations. 66 more words

Ubuntu

Nokia N900: most useful 3rd party applications

Of course N900 cannot compete with IPhone yet, so don’t you expect to see here some mouth waterring grafics. But in terms of openness and customization, N900 is surely a winner. 365 more words

Mobile

Nokia N900: most useful 3rd party applications

Of course N900 cannot compete with IPhone yet, so don’t you expect to see here some mouth waterring grafics. But in terms of openness and customization, N900 is surely a winner. 365 more words

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