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A left-handed software user’s plea

open source left-handedCan open source developers open up new opportunities for the left-handed population?

Tinkering with OpenShot for video editing

Tinkering with OpenShot for video editing
OpenShot is a great open source video editor for your simple project

2 open source Adobe InDesign scripts

2 open source Adobe InDesign scripts
Many artists must use InDesign, a closed-source application, but they can use open source scripts to help them better use it to suit their needs…

Open source in death and beyond

Open source in death and beyond
Open source solutions for situations beyond the grave.

Unleashed: Open source tech for pets and animals

Unleashed: Open source tech for pets and animals
Learn about some of the open source projects and tools out there that help us keep, love, and improve the lives of animals.

Lessons from a brief career in open source

Lessons from a brief career in open source
Follow Jeff’s in-direct trajectory of various career choices that led him to a brief career in open source.

A look at 6 iconic open source brands

A look at 6 iconic open source brands
Look to these six open source projects who are doing branding right for inspiration and guidance.

Best of Opensource.com: Art and design

Best of Opensource.com: Art and design
As technology evolves, so do artists. Learn about top open source programs and tools

Tools for writing the next best seller

Tools for writing the next best seller
Want to write a book? Check out these eight great tools for starting and finishing your writing project.

Star Trek: inspiring people and their tech since 1964

Star Trek: inspiring people and their tech since 1964
Star Trek has inspired fans, technologies, and careers ever since its creation in 1964 and debut in 1966.

Expensive tools aren’t the only option for graphic design (and never were)

Expensive tools aren't the only option for graphic design (and never were)
Find out how one graphic designer was introduced to open source through an advertiser and never looked back, and we learn about 10 tools to use.