This is it, apparently. Last year was the year GNU/Linux opened the door. This year, people are walking through, into the light.
They will like to use GNU/Linux on their desktop/notebook and netbook PCs as well. You can count on it. What OS is in their hands, at body temperature? What OS is with them between stops? What OS just works and does what they need doing instead of letting in malware and spam? What OS lowers their cost of ownership?
GNU/Linux is beating unit sales of that other OS by far now. M$ has a head start, but GNU/Linux will have decent share by next year. Maybe, I should buy a smartphone. I likely will not even open an account, but I could still keep the thing warm and use it to view what I transfer to my gadget from my PCs. Anyone know how to install a Debian GNU/Linux repository on a smartphone? A virtual machine? I will figure it out.