I took a look around the site and found 21 articles about using keyboard shortcuts to speed up your daily work.
Keyboard Ninja strikes again, with a tip on how to better your productivity by launching all your favorite applications (on all your favorite OSes) without ever touching the mouse.
If you want to burn your music to CD from Amarok under Ubuntu, you'll need to follow this tip. KDE users should have no issues.
Tired of downloading files only to extract and then delete them immediately afterwords? Here's how to do it all in one command.
How many times have you noticed a file sitting in a directory and wondered... where did this file come from?
Move your title bar buttons around with a simple config setting. You can even remove items you don't like.
Make uploading files a lot easier with this simple shell script to sync a single file with your remote server.
UltraEdit is great for editing files in unix format, but it prompts you every time to convert them... until you turn off that option.
The bash shell is incredibly powerful, which saves you a lot of typing when you need to perform the same command on a list of files.
Why doesn't MySQL let you track queries on the fly? At least you can whip out the geek gloves and track them with a modified network sniffer.
As a developer, it's usually very helpful to see the actual SQL queries that your application is generating. It's a good thing that MySQL has a query log.
Every Geek uses Gmail... it's pretty much required. And now you can set Gmail as the default client in Ubuntu without any extra software.
Ubuntu Feisty (7.04) is the latest version of Ubuntu. Here's the quick list of new features for your enjoyment, but you should really upgrade to see everything for yourself.