Tag Archives: open source

The state auctioneers association website solution

State associations should take control of their websites and use WordPress with a few third-party services to serve the public and the membership. Continue reading

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Document Foundation offers free alternative to OpenOffice.org with LibreOffice

The OpenOffice.org development community breaks from Oracle, creates the Document Foundation and releases LibreOffice. Continue reading

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Reclaim screen real estate with Firefox tweaks

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Fixing Firefox

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Fixing FirefoxMozilla Firefox is an open-source web browser that is popular for its security, third-party add-ons called extensions, and it’s speed relative to the current dominant browser Internet Explorer. Today … Continue reading

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Auction Podcast Episode 11 – Open source auctioneer

One of the reasons AuctioneerTech exists is to make life easier for everyone, including auctioneers. One of the ways this goal is accomplished is by reviewing software that performs a novel or important function. Most of the software covered is … Continue reading

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OpenOffice 3 RC1 released

UPDATE: The development community behind OpenOffice.org has created LibreOffice, which I now recommend instead of OpenOffice. Grab the latest version from libreoffice.org. Friday saw the release of the first release candidate of OpenOffice version 3, the free and open source … Continue reading

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