Recreating the classic Bomberman
When we said \"go out with a bang\", Andrew Smith took it to heart and decided to blow more than just the blinking doors off!
How to trace code directly with eBPF
Mihalis Tsoukalos explains how to take advantage of eBFP with a range of different programming languages.
Deck the hardware
We revisit and trick out the Valve Steam Deck a year on from release.
Making Git so easy, we say it's Magit!
Aaron Peters uses the Emacs Git client Magit to perform a long overdue update of his LXF repository.
Getting creative with algorithmic art
Mike Bedford demonstrates how you can exercise your left and right brain simultaneously by generating algorithmic art.
Using enhanced layer features with G'MIC
Karsten Günther takes a look beyond GIMP's standard layer functions. Besides special GIMP operations, tasks provided by G'MIC loom into view.
Giving praise to the TempleOS
Michael Reed delves into one of the most unusual operating systems he's ever seen and explores the story behind its creation.
No changes allowed!
Matt Holder explores immutable operating systems, containerised apps and containers to see if they describe the future of the Linux distro.
Add and monitor control sensors
Making sense of the situation, Les Pounder shows us how to use sensors with a robot to get about town!
Batch convert and optimise your images
Nick Peers reveals how to quickly apply the same changes to multiple images at once with the simple-to-configure Converseen.
Super system monitor
No sniggering at the back as Shashank Sharma shows you his bottom.
Pi Camera Module v3
The latest version of Pi's mainstream camera module has autofocus, HDR and wide angle, proclaims Les Pounder!
Les Pounder loves tinkering with hardware, so when Arduino revealed its latest IDE, he had an excuse to tinker some more.
Millions and millions of RP2040s! | More Pis in store
FREE YOUR PHONE!
Lesser-spotted Jonni Bidwell climbs to the top of a 5G mast to extol the benefits of running Linux on your phone.
There's a number of ways of getting software on to your Linux-powered computer, and Michael Reed is comparing them to find out which is best.
Return to Monkey Island
The Management thinks three decades is a perfectly fine amount of time for Will Freeman to wait to get an under-inflation pay rise.
Linux Mint 21.1 Vera
Nate Drake meets Linux Mint's latest offering, code-named Vera, and comes away bowled over by its stunning looks and ease of use.
Nate Drake goes head-to-head with Red Hat-based distros this month, so is glad to have the heavyweight Rocky in his corner.
TAG EDITOR Ear Tag
Version: 0.2.1 Web: https://github. com/knuxify/eartag
AUDIO MANIPULATION Easy Effects
Version: 7.0.0 Web: https://github.com/ wwmm/easyeffects
KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM Logseq
Version: 0.8.11 Web: https://logseq.com
OSM EDITOR JOSM
Version: 22.10 Web: https://josm.openstreetmap.de
Version: 7.3.0 Web: https://github. com/PowerShell/PowerShell
Nifty note-taking with Obsidian
Nate Drake walks you through adopting the almighty Markdown-based note-taking app Obsidian to see whether it lives up to its legend.
Create better QR codes
Mike Bedford reveals how to get creative with your QR codes to draw attention to them better and help people sign up to newsletters and more.
Elegoo Neptune 3 Pro
Denise Bertacchi wishes everything in life could be relied upon to add more features while remaining excellent value.