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When I was not able to find anything supporting the protocol I ran the Windows application inside a Virtual Machine (VMware at that time, but it should work on Mint in VirtualBox as well, just make sure you are allowed to use the USB devices). However since then I have moved to using Skype and Google Hangouts and have not had the need for using Yahoo.
You could give Palaver a try. Recently released and still beta but quite OK. Here is video showing some of the features, including dictation mode.
I found this thread and decided to use id3tool. I was only interested in a very light-weight tool, command-line was fine. Trying to keep my system free of clutter brought on occasionally by weighty GUI-intensive tools. Installing was super easy on Linux Mint: sudo apt-get install id3tool As far as I remember it didn't require any additional libraries ...
Lucidchart is an online alternative to Visio. It imports and exports Visio files and has a free option.
There are several tools that display "Genre" (or TCON) string like id3v2, id3info (from id3lib), mid3v2 (from mutagen) etc... id3v2 -l $FILEoutput sample: ............. TCON (Content type): Soundtrack (24)` ............. id3info $FILEoutput sample: ............. === TCON (Content type): Soundtrack ............. mid3v2 $FILEoutput sample: ...
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