Some articles on the internet are frustratingly not always given a publishing date, so you don’t know whether the information you are reading is fairly current or way out of date. This add-on just allows you to access www.archive.org quickly to check when they first crawled or found the webpage you are on. By knowing this you have a likely age for the article itself.
1. Install WebpageDateChecker.
2. Go to the page, you want find the date.
3. Just right click on any webpage and select GetLikelyDateofThisPage to get a panel with the results.
You want to download videos from Facebook?
Then http://www.downvids.net/ will help you.
According to the new Whatsapp policy your WhatsApp and Facebook
profiles will be connected. The reason whatsapp gives is, they want to
“coordinate more and improve experiences”…
That means Your phone number will be shared with Facebook „to fight spam, abuse and copyright infringement, as well as for security“,
but it won’t be made public on the social network.
The content of your messages also won’t be shared because they’ll continue to be encrypted.
(We believe it only for the time, because, Whatsapp has proven that they won‘t keep their promise.)
Anyway, if you’ve already hit „Agree“ the policy, you can
(I would say you must) do the following:
– go to Settings > Account >and untick ‘Share my Account Info’.
Do it as soon as possible.
It may help you to prohibit the sharing of some of your datas.
Blender is a complete 3D creation suite. Free and Open Source Software, free to use for any purpose, forever. Get it for free from http://www.blender.org/
OpenShot Video Editor is a free, open-source video editor for Linux. OpenShot can take your videos, photos, and music files and help you create the film you have always dreamed of. Easily add sub-titles, transitions, and effects, and then export your film to DVD, YouTube, Vimeo, Xbox 360, and many other common formats.
OpenShot is available for Linux, OS X, and Windows. Check out the download page for more details.
Kdenlive is an acronym for KDE Non-Linear Video Editor and it is Free Software. It is primarily aimed at the GNU/Linux platform but also works on BSD and MacOS. It is currently being ported to Windows as a GSOC project.
Non-linear video editing is much more powerful than beginners’ (linear) editors, hence it requires a bit more organization before starting.
http://itsfoss.tradepub.com/ has a good collection of books online.
Use with your own responsibility. I have no legal committment.
To read Epub (Ebooks) you have to install the software
FBreader in linux.
to do that, open Terminal and type:
sudo apt-get install fbreader