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It's much easier to be productive with Linux than with other operating systems. This is due to the customizability of Linux.

But maybe you want to be even more productive. That's great: there are many productivity tools for Linux. And with so many Linux distros already using the Synaptic Package Manager, it's so much simpler to use that to install all your productivity tools. Installing a program outside of Synaptic is OK, but it can be frustrating to have to go to individual websites and deal with each install separately. It's well... not so productive.

So here is my (admittedly biased!) list of the best Linux tools for productivity; all are available through the Synaptic Package Manager.

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Are you looking for the best small business to start that is low-risk and low-cost? And while you start up, we know you don't want your new business to get in the way of your day job, or of finding a new job.

In that situation, the perfect small business for you is creating and running websites; find out why here. You don't need to do any coding, you can do it all point-and-click.

It's not about blogging - there are many other types of sites you can do. We cover everything you need to know, including typical startup costs (hint: they're low!) and we show you how to get started no matter what type of website you want to run.

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So you want to buy a domain name at an auction. Getting a domain name that's been around awhile is a good idea, especially if it has existing links to it on the internet. This can help it be found more easily by search engines, which is going to be an advantage when you build a site on it.

Here I'll show you step by step the process for how to bid on a domain auction. I'll use the NameSilo auctions as the example, because it's a good and well-run domain name registrar with a reliable auction process.

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