Ever since The Document Foundation released LibreOffice four years ago, users’ wish lists included a web-based version of the software. This past week, The Document Foundation, Collabora and IceWarp announced their collaboration to create that cloud app and go […]
Part 6 of Markdown for Bloggers – Software and Many Other Resources
This list is far from exhaustive, but should be more than enough to get you started in using and learning about Markdown. Updated with additional resources, March 29, […]
Do Certain Sounds Drive You Up a Wall? Welcome!
My name is Andrew Brandt and I am a Misophoniac.
There, I said it. Of course, a few days ago I had no idea it was a disease (actually a psychological disorder).
Tech Sector Changes Major Donors List
The Chronicle of Philanthropy recently published an online report looking at the top 50 donors in the U.S. for 2014, showing how giving for good is changing, particularly with the […]
Some Great New Features, Two #Fails, and a Couple of Quibbleswrite a blog called “Frugal Guidance” and discuss frugal software options. So, when The Document Foundation announced LibreOffice 4.4 was released, I immediately downloaded […]
Good News for Android, Windows, Macintosh, and Linux Users
Whether you are job hunting, running a home business, freelancing, or starting a small business, there’s news from a variety of office software projects that will help you get your work […]