In this month's Nooks and Crannies column, we look at LilyPond, a free, mature music-typesetting program that is part of the GNU Project.
Abby Covert's How to Make Sense of Any Mess is a excellent, beginner-friendly, way to learn about information architecture.
In the world of digital audio workstations, the project that brings a bunch of modular technology and binds them together nice and neatly for users is the Linux Multimedia Studio, better known as LMMS.
OpenBionics' 25-year-old CEO Joel Gibbard wants to make low-cost robotic hands for everyone.
Aaron Wolf shares five tools for those looking to get started making music on Linux.
Conferences are about more than being out of the office and free lunch.
Algot Runeman shares why and how he started contributing to public domain clip art site Openclipart.org.
Secret Lab participates in hackathons to subtly subvert that mission by making interesting games based on data. They don't even care if anyone ever plays the game again. But they've won quite a few national awards along the way
Learn more about RSS Puppy, a new RSS reader created by BuzzFeed's Open Lab.
The creator of the Global Village Construction Set wants to bring low-cost, DIY, open hardware farming equipment to the masses.