Daily Archives: November 19, 2013

Not Missed Opportunities – Denied Opportunities

Matt Hartley wrote, at Datamation, “The real missed opportunities I see with the Linux desktop is due to a poor job marketing the many things Linux can do for the average user. Once installed, I’ve actually had a reduction in … Continue reading

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It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This: Unanimity

I am rightfully cynical about politicians. They can do the worst things for political gain. However, the parliamentarians of Andalusia seem to be on the right track: “The parliament of Spain’s autonomous region of Andalusia is urging the region’s government … Continue reading

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The Whole Story

StatCounter is a reasonable source of webstats, flawed as they are, but it’s graphics hides what I am most interested in, change. To fix that I have redrawn their graphic for the last few weeks in USA with more than … Continue reading

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GNU/Linux Desktops In Lausanne

Lausanne, Switzerland’s fourth-largest city, is considering a switch to open source desktop PCs. "The time has come to evaluate a migration, by launching a pilot project on 5 workstations", the city announced on 14 November. "Free and open source software … Continue reading

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