How to hack your cup of tea, from morning to night.
High-performance computing generates a lot of heat. Qarnot finds a clever way to put that heat to work using open source software.
When it comes to recipes, it pays to be organized. Years of clipped recipes and notes written on napkins stuffed between the pages of countless dirtied cookbooks aren't necessarily the best way to organize a recipe collection. And let's be honest, you were probably never going to cook 95% of the... Read more
Todd Jones shares why he fell in love with the popular open source content management system.
The Open Food Network seeks to provide an open source solution for connecting local farmers and buyers.
The annual Opensource.com gift guide serves up open source gadgets and gifts that kids, adults, hobbyists, and beginners are sure to love and appreciate. See the full list of our gift ideas for this year in the Opensource.com 2015 Holiday Gift Guide.
Alicia Gibb, aka Betty Hacker, offers tips for embedding open hardware electronics into cakes.
How many stickers does it take to cover a laptop? Many people try to find that out as they add new stickers after each meetups or conferences, or to show support for favorite open source tools and communities. Maybe you're a purist and leave your laptop looking like the day you pulled it out of the... Read more
Wikimedia Sweden shares how its community helped translate menus for the Taste of Stockholm food festival.