Daily Archives: October 28, 2013

Interesting Spam

Most of the time Spam is horrible. It’s numerous, boring, useless stuff. Today I got a bit of Spam from Google: “In April 2014, businesses around the world will stop receiving support and updates for their operating system or mail … Continue reading

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The success of GNU/Linux

Jack Wallen over at Ars wrote, “I’m all for keeping those millions of machines out of the scrap heaps, but I don’t know how I feel about the Linux community crying out for everyone to use their out-of-date hardware for … Continue reading

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ODF Collaborative Web Editing

Look out, World! The desktop office suite and Google Docs and such are soon to be obsolete because there’s a fully FLOSS web application coming soon. Check out the beta. It’s trivial to install. Just unzip in the root of … Continue reading

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Small Cheap Computers Swamp The Consumer Electronics Market

“Consumer demand for smartphones and tablets has been flourishing in the past few years while sales growth for CE products has languished in the doldrums. The fact that these two product categories are on their own able to generate more … Continue reading

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Governments Living Within Our Means

The sure things are death and taxes. In this modern age, we spend a lot of money on taxes. It is refreshing to see a government choose to spend wisely. I think they should use GNU/Linux and FLOSS for all … Continue reading

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