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5 posts from July 2012

Introducing web apps

By Canonical, 23 July 2012

As you might have heard from the blogosphere, we are going to start to ship our take on web apps. Let me take the opportunity to explain to you some of the reasoning behind them and some of their characteristics. Why I would split the why…

Cake

By Canonical, 23 July 2012

Every weekly team meeting someone is tasked with baking a cake. Ivanka baked for this week’s cake day – check out her cheesecake! So you know, this is not going to become a culinary blog, but cake day is a good reason to post!…

Design Is a Job

By Inayaili de León Persson, 20 July 2012

In the past few weeks I’ve been trying to catch up with all the reading that I haven’t been doing in the past few months. One of the books in my to-read pile that I was particularly eager to read was Mike Monteiro’s…

Introducing Ubuntu Web Apps: setting the web free of the browser

By Canonical, 19 July 2012

These days, we spend more time online – working with docs, email, music and occasionally even accessing social media. But, our online and desktop experiences have been disjointed. We give applications the full run of our desktops,…

Valve Games and Steam on Ubuntu 12.04

By Canonical, 17 July 2012

Yesterday, the Valve Linux team publicly announced their ongoing work to bring Steam to Linux. A major part of that announcement is the choice of Ubuntu 12.04. Valve has been a major force in gaming since 1996. Gabe Newell and the Valve…