For this week’s blog, Luke looks at a few best-of-breed collection management programs. Free and open source goodness as usual.
Read moreFor this week’s blog, Luke examines terminal emulators on the Raspberry Pi 4.
Read moreFor this week’s Raspberry Pi 4 blog, Luke puts a desktop search tool under the microscope.
Read moreFor this week’s Raspberry Pi 4 blog, Luke examines selected personal information managers.
Read moreKeeping a diary of your daily life is an activity that is held dear by many people. In this week’s blog, Luke checks out RedNotebook, Lifeograph, jrnl, and Org on the Raspberry Pi 4.
Read moreThere’s sophisticated software available for the Raspberry Pi 4 which offers the ability to process complex mathematical functions, plot 2D and 3D graphs, and much more.
Read moreFor this week’s blog, Luke conducts a detailed survey of open source internet radio players that purr on the Raspberry Pi 4.
Read moredigiKam is billed as an advanced digital photo management program. Here’s my findings of digiKam on the Raspberry Pi 4.
Read moreLyX is a document processor that encourages an approach to writing based on the structure of your documents (WYSIWYM) and not simply their appearance (WYSIWYG). How does it fare on the Raspberry Pi 4?
Read moreThis weekly edition showcases software for the Raspberry Pi 4 that teaches young people how to use a computer. Basic computing skills and beyond.