Daily Archives: September 7, 2013

Uruguay Migrating To GNU/Linux

It looks like more than the government is going to GNU/Linux. At this rate, GNU/Linux will replace XP next year and perhaps “7” the year after. “8” is trailing GNU/Linux… see Top 7 Operating Systems in Uruguay from W01 to … Continue reading

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The Struggle For Freedom On The Internet

“PFS, when implemented correctly, ensures that if the long-term private key of a site served over SSL is compromised, historical encrypted traffic cannot be decrypted in bulk. Instead, an eavesdropper would have to break each individual connection independently, which would … Continue reading

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Google Attacks

“The arrival of ‘For your Desktop’ apps is good news for the growth of GNULinux. If GNULinux users can do what Windows or Mac users can do it will be easier for users to migrate away from Windows. Google has … Continue reading

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Chuckle. GNU/Linux Keeps Improving Price/Performance Advantage Effortlessly

Isn’t it great when a competitor raises its prices so that customers flee? “hosting companies warned that from January next year Windows Server Datacenter will rise by 38 per cent under the per-processor licensing model, and by another 13 per … Continue reading

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GNU

30 years. Think of it. 3 decades. A whole generation of programmers and users have benefitted from what started as an annoying printer and became a movement to keep software, developers and users free of stupid, boring, expensive, complicated and … Continue reading

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