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Following up on our earlier post this week on free and open educational resources on the web, there's even better news to report. As of yesterday, the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) is now live. More than three years in the making, the library brings together the collections of museums, universities, public libraries and...

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Most of us are well acquainted with the fun and entertaining parts of the internet. But did you know about MOOCs and other types of open educational resources available on the web? Last month, the second annual Open Education Week was held, showcasing the many free and open educational resources available to anyone who can...

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Opera 12.15 should be blinking your auto-updates notifications right about now. This release is an important security and stability update. This update is available through auto-update, but if you want it straight from our servers, download Opera 12.15 with security and stability updates!

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More and more of what we do online these days involves images. Whether we're just browsing through Tumblr or Flickr, checking out creative portfolios on Dribbble or behance, or getting our daily dose of inspiration from Uncrate, The Cool Hunter or The Sartorialist, it's easy to lose track of the photos we like the most....

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Last week we had a minor update to the new Opera browser for Android. And although it's still in beta for now, the latest fixes should make it feel smoother, more stable, and closer-to-final all the time. Here are some of the highlighted improvements: Better translations! Smaller initial installation file Enhancements to Discover mode Fast...

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A few weeks ago, we invited you to participate in our first-ever browsing survey. Lots of you responded at that time, and the answers keep coming in. As we sift through the data, we'd like to share a few of the patterns that are starting to emerge: The need to know More than 60% of...

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Do you use Opera on a computer? Would you like to get more out of the time you spend online? Then you can take our first-ever survey of browsing habits. We are doing this survey to find out three things: What our users want to accomplish online The obstacles to achieving those goals How the...

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