Open source and free software top 10

www.mozilla.org Download the popular Firefox web browser and Thunderbird email package www.openoffice.org The best alternative to Microsoft Office www.limewire.org Sharing millions of music, video and other files www.gimp.org Powerful image manipulation software audacity.sourceforge.net Edit and record your own music and remixes fedora.redhat.com One of the most popular versions of the Linux operating system www.mamboserver.com Award-winning […]

November 1, 2005 · 1 min read
  • www.mozilla.org Download the popular Firefox web browser and Thunderbird email package
  • www.openoffice.org The best alternative to Microsoft Office
  • www.limewire.org Sharing millions of music, video and other files
  • www.gimp.org Powerful image manipulation software
  • audacity.sourceforge.net Edit and record your own music and remixes
  • fedora.redhat.com One of the most popular versions of the Linux operating system
  • www.mamboserver.com Award-winning tool for creating websites
  • sourceforge.net Home of thousands of open source packages
  • www.fsf.org Free Software Foundation, leading advocates of the cause
  • creativecommons.org Choose the copyleft licence that’s right for you

  • Pixels and mortar: The politics of video game worldbuilding

    With the worlds of architecture and video games becoming increasingly intertwined, Gerry Hart examines how video games communicate through their design

    Common Knowledge: Big tech and the digital commons

    Looking at the growth of the free and open-source software movement, Marco Berlinguer explores how the digital commons have been absorbed into capitalist markets

    The tech fightback: an interview with United Tech and Allied Workers (UTAW)

    Liam Kennedy speaks to John Chadfield and Eran Cohen of the new United Tech and Allied Workers (UTAW) branch about their plans for the sector, democratic workplaces and big tech’s pollution problem


    Fighting workplace surveillance

    Jamie Woodcock examines the growing range of tools bosses use to spy on their workers – and how they can be resisted

    Cryptocurrencies: a view from the left

    As cryptocurrencies take the world of finance by storm, Thomas Redshaw examines their rise and what the left should make of them

    On citizenship deprivation: when neo-nationalism meets big tech

    The government’s new Nationality and Borders Bill is part of a wider reshaping of citizenship fuelled by biometrics, argues Nisha Kapoor

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