Another rung on the Windows-freedom ladder: gLabels

As you might have gathered from other posts on this blog, I’m an open source fan with a liking for Linux. I’ve used UNIX, VAX, MS Windows of all flavors, OS X, etc. but have come to prefer Linux (currently Mint 9 and Ubuntu 10.10). There are just a few applications which have tethered me to the need to keep a Windows machine (virtual machine in my case) around.

These applications are:
Quicken
TurboTax/HR Block at Home
GoToWebinar
Avery Labelmaker/ID Automation Barcode Labeling

Today I discovered an excellent open source replacement for that last entry, gLabels. This Linux application is very actively maintained and was just a free Synaptic download away. In under 15 minutes I’d downloaded the app and used it to create the Christmas card address list labels for next year. It was intuitive and worked great!

Just three more apps to go…

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