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Why not use dictionary.com? It has great "word of the day" features. And it's platform independent. Same goes for merriam-webster.com and other online dictionaries.


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Anki is my favorite, and I use it every day, but Duolingo is also a great resource that I use pretty often too. While Anki has a .deb install package Duolingo is just a website, but also has ios and android apps.


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This should be enough: Software: sudo apt-get install bottlerocket via aboutdebian which is also available in Ubuntu 15.04. Hardware: cm19a usb unit (or serial unit) and a kr19a from x10.com gives you a usb controller, a wireless receiver, keychain transmitter and a lamp unit for the coffee pot. You might want to compare against amazon for pricing.


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You can use the grep command from terminal: grep -r string * This command will find all occurrences of "string" in all the files under the current directory (or subdrectories). For hidden files, you can use: grep -r string ..


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You may be interested in the following terminals: tilda guake yakuake stjerm Second two are drop-down terminals so they don't take out much of screen real-estate. Tilda isn't actually drop-down, but a very minimalistic terminal, without any window embellishments at all. It can be moved around the screen by holding Alt, double clicking on it, and ...



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