LinuxHaxor.Net has a nice article on a number of different methods to do screen capture/casting in Linux.
A couple months ago, I switched my main computer from Windows XP to Ubuntu. Ubuntu Unleashed has been a very helpful resource in making the transition.
Seth Dillingham observes that Mozilla and Gnome are considering an alliance/merger/whatever. Like Seth, I think this is a fascinating idea.
I’ve been thinking a lot of the future of open source software in general lately. If you’d asked me a couple years ago, I’d have dismissed the idea of runnig Linux — that’s the Unix OS that’s for uber geeks, not average users. But then I woke up recently and realized that Open Source software has overtaken most of my major software tasks. I’m running Firefox for web browsing, Thunderbird for e-mail, Miranda for IM, etc.
So I’m running all this Open Source software on top of Windows XP when the obvious question hits me — how much longer until I can run everything on top of Linux?
Unfortunately, the answer is still probably “not very soon,” but that day appears much closer than it did just a couple years ago.