Miro: Free Television

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TV. We all watch it. Chances are you might have a DVR hooked up to your TV so you can watch it at any time. If you pay for cable or satellite access, you are probably getting a little tired of those bills as well.

If you're into the 'net, get rid of those bills and get Miro. Miro, while not a service that provides live TV, is an ...

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aMSN - an alternative to Pidgin for Windows Live Messenger

aMSN logo One of the frustrating things about IM networks is that you can't really choose what networks your friends use and you can end up stuck with whatever they are using. Aside from not talking to your friends on IM, there's not a lot you can do other than grudgingly get an account on said service and bite the bullet.

It's certainly possible to use an excellent multi-protocol ...

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jUploadr - upload images to Flickr and Zooomr

Photo sharing services like Flickr and Zooomr are popular as ever. Unfortunately, uploading your photos using the web interfaces often provided can often be a little bit of a painful experience (Zooomr's uploader even crashes Firefox on Linux).

While Jacob has covered Postr, a GNOME program for uploading to Flickr, there are also alternatives, such as jUploadr.

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jUploadr is Java-based and cross platform (Linux users can refer to my ...

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