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Coupon Codes For Domain Name Email (It’s Superior to Webmail)

Coupon Codes For Domain Name Email (It’s Superior to Webmail)

GoDaddy Promo Codes For Email Services:

Many people rely on webmail for communication, and although that’s fine for personal use, there are several reasons domain name email provides a more professional touch. Of course, for this article, work-based email addresses are being ignored and there is a focus on email accounts that individuals own instead. This content looks at why it is worth investing in a domain-based email address and the benefits you will receive as a result. There’s even a GoDaddy renewal coupon code available that will save you money on both the domain name purchase, as well as email hosting services.

1. It’s easier to create a professional sounding name

When setting up an email address, it’s important for it to sound professional. The biggest challenge with webmail is that it’s hard to find a name that is suitable. In most cases, your preferred name will already be… Read the rest

Have a nightclub business? Here’s why you need a website.

Have a nightclub business? Here’s why you need a website.
Most nightclub owners do not see the need for a website. They concentrate their online marketing efforts on social media and offline advertising. However, just like any other business, the bar or the nightclub needs a well-designed website. Have a nightclub business? Here’s why you need a website.

Hosting Coupons For Your New Website:

The great news is that hosting companies tend to offer great discounts for new customers when you first sign up. If you’re from the UK, then you can find amazing 85% off promo codes on sites like this. Even if you have had a website for a while, you can still save on domains and hosting renewals by using coupons from

Discount Codes From Hosting Providers That Aren’t GoDaddy

While GoDaddy is the big one in internet-land, some of you may want a range of choices. But really, the whole website is full of… Read the rest

Welcome to Lute Linux

Welcome to Lute Linux

We are a full service provider for all your Linux needs. Take a look around and you’ll find everything you need to take full advantage of the power of LuteLinux.

About Lute Linux: is THE base on the web for LuteLinux information, downloads, support, training, certification, and consulting. LuteLinux simplifies. We make Linux easy to install and use. We distribute Linux with an easy installer (we program it so you don’t need to), and a great deal of application software (we assess software, and collect the goods so you don’t need to). From the workstation level to the server, we are the provider of choice for installations, documentation, training and certification, consulting and administration. Whether you’re running a large network or a workstation, our mission is to get your Linux system up and running as quickly and efficiently as possible. LuteLinux certifies. We offer LuteLinux… Read the rest

X (The X Window System)

X is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) that is designed to provide portable GUI applications across multiple platforms. X is a system designed to take advantage of the protected mode of the 80386 processor. Since the X Window System was originally designed for the Intel 80386 chip, it is also called XFree86. Linux was originally designed for PC’s and will therefore run on any Intel-based computer that is a 80386 or faster. Linux is also available for the SPARC chip, the Motorola 6800 chip (Macintosh), the DEC Alpha chip, and a version is currently under development for Intel’s new 64-bit chip. X provides the Linux user with a “Windows”® look and feel. There are a number of programs, games, and utilities that have been developed as add-ons to the X Window System. These programs can be compiled with X and Linux to provide an easy-to-use user interface. X is the… Read the rest

GNU Software

In 1984, Richard Stallman, a former worker at the MIT Artificial Intelligence lab, founded the GNU project. GNU is a recursive acronym for Gnu’s Not UNIX. Stallman held the belief that ideas should be shared and that proprietary software (software owned and developed by a single company or individual) was unethical, antisocial and immoral. He developed a C compiler called GCC (for GNU C Compiler) and began working on other development and application tools with the idea of building a UNIX-like operating system that was free. He was faced with a moral dilemma; he wanted to provide “free” software but needed to pay the bills. How do you keep something free but make enough money so you can continue your work?

The Free Software Foundation

In 1985 Stallman decided to seek funding, so he created the Free Software Foundation (FSF), – a tax-exempt charity dedicated to the purpose… Read the rest