Monthly Archives: July 2011

Thoughts on SFD Song

Have you guys checked out the Software Freedom Day (SFD) Song yet? If not, try listening to it here or here. It is a song composed by our very own 8liens, Erwin Galang,Meric Mara and Deng Silorio, for the SFD … Continue reading

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE SOFTWARE FREEDOM DAY CELEBRATION (sfd.ph)

As we approach the date for the celebration of the Software Freedom Day, there are a few things we would like to share and announce. 1. Due to the fact that 8layer Team has already enjoined other pious and staunch … Continue reading

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Celebrate Software Freedom Day Song

Title: Celebrate Software Freedom Day Song Composed by:Erwin Galang,Meric Mara and Deng Silorio Arranged by: Erwin Galang Let’s go out and celebrate It’s the Software Freedom Day (Chill out/ Cheer out)Yell out and participate It’s the Software Freedom Day Let … Continue reading

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Composing the Celebrate Software Freedom Day Song

June 16, 2011 The Celebrate Software Freedom Day Song, a collaborative and creative result, was totally unexpected. It was actually a whole rehearsal day for Dekada and Rizal Uno (for an event in August) at the Galang’s residence in Antipolo … Continue reading

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Screengrab: A Powerful Screenshot Tool

Screenshots are very useful for making creative contents and even informative ones, just like the ones we use in manuals or user guides. We students make use of them as well when making projects and other creative activities. Want to … Continue reading

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Learning the Basic Linux Commands and Partitioning a USB

So after learning the basic Linux commands, I was able to learn a few more commands that are completely new to me especially because I was asked to partition a flash disk (USB). I really did not know what to … Continue reading

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Making your USB as your Kahel OS Installer

Today, I was tasked to install Kahel OS (a Filipino-made Linux Distro) in the new workstations in the office. I have learned that in Linux, you can actually use a USB as an installer. I have only seen installation done … Continue reading

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Why Pay if You Can Have it for Free?

Today, I learned about free and open source software (or FOSS). It is a kind of software whose source code is made available for users to study, improve, and change. A Short History The idea of a free software came … Continue reading

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