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Devistater writes: "Setting up laptops for a public library, and would like to hear your ideas on free (preferably open source) software useful for patrons. For instance, Open Office (office suite), blender (3d graphics), scratch (learn programming), pencil (2d animation), gimp (image editing), VLC (media player), stellarium (planetarium), tux type (typing tutor), and dia (flowcharts) are all great choices. Useful tools, educational software, games, all suggestions are welcomed."
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