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World

Donate to Support Hurricane Katrina Relief

Donations are being requested by the American Red Cross to support relief efforts following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. The impact of this disaster is immense. There are currently between 299 and 349 confirmed fatalities as a result of the hurricane, but that number is estimated to reach into the thousands over the next few weeks. New Orleans took the brunt of the hurricane and is currently reporting between 54 and 104 fatalities. Please, donate to support the Red Cross’ Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. Every penny counts. And, if you know of any relatives or friends who have lost their homes, please let them into yours.

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Freeware Technology

D2X Update v0.2.6.b13

D2X has been updated to v0.2.6.b13. This update includes OpenGL support and an updated copy of libSDL. The release notes are available here. Read the Favored Freeware entry for D2X here.

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Freeware Technology

Inkscape Update v0.42.2

Inkscape has been updated to v0.42.2. This update fixes “[a] bug when opening filenames with international characters.” The release notes are available here. Read the Favored Freeware entry for Inkscape here.

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Freeware Technology

Cyberduck Update v2.5

Cyberduck has been updated to v2.5. This update includes several new features and bug fixes. The release notes are available here. Read the Favored Freeware entry for Cyberduck here.

Blogroll Dive: 8/29/05

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

Michael Heilemann presents an “Ode to Summer”.
Brian finds a missing link in the “Google OS” theory.
Khaled is hunting for a new mobile phone.
Kafkaesquí posts an important message for new WordPress users.
Michael Hampton launches Lunacy Unleashed, a blog devoted to his WordPress and Bad Behavior announcements and information.
Jon is having great success with GoogleRumors.
Craig celebrates his birthday.
Chris provides a tutorial for how to create a coffee table art book.
Angsuman briefly discusses Homeopathy.
And, Mark ruminates on the FCC.