Teeworlds: Online Awesomeness

Okay: what rock have I been living under? Why have I not been introduced to this amazing game before? I’m serious: this game cannot be simply read about; you must download a copy and try it out for yourself. But maybe I’m getting too far ahead of myself.

The game is called Teeworlds, and it would be the result of a shooter, a 2D platformer, and some weird ...

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Transparent GTK Themes

Compiz may be the prime suite of effects on the desktop, but it can’t go too far beyond decorating the windows themselves. What if you could give GTK+ widgets effects themselves? Depending on your theme, you may be able to.

This is a quick tip, but it requires a few things to be in place:

  • Your GTK theme must support RGBA. Murrine is the classic example of an engine ...

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Create Site-Specific Browsers with Prism

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The web isn’t just about static web sites anymore. Web applications, like Google Docs, Gmail and many others, are extremely popular.

But confining an important application inside a browser window means that web applications feel like second-class citizens and can get lost amongst the browsing that you are doing.

Site-specific browsers (SSBs) are designed to solve this problem. The idea, as the name suggests, is to create a browser ...

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Welcome to 3.

Ever wonder what the occasional “stay tuned, we’re working on something” messages have been at the bottom of posts? It’s been a few months in the making, but it’s finally here: the third update to FOSSwire.

Our focus this time was not new buttons and knobs, but interaction. See that login box on the right? Give it a try: type in your OpenID or click one of ...

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