Daily Archives: December 2, 2013

Marriages That Last: GNU/Linux Desktop And People Who Get Things Done

“At first, reliability was the main advantage of Linux; when 64-bit chips came out it was just easier, faster, and cheaper to use Linux instead. Now as software is headed toward a subscription model, it makes even more sense to … Continue reading

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Mobile */Linux

Of course, */Linux is on the move everywhere but the latest triumph is mobile computing. China and India typify emerging markets where many are buying IT for the first time and the affordability, mobility and functionality of small cheap computers … Continue reading

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Switching to GNU/Linux

I came upon a negative article about switching to GNU/Linux and how hard it was… It’s full of things like this: “if you really like how Evernote works, you’re going to be really frustrated and disappointed with Linux’s offerings.” I … Continue reading

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2,000 GNU/Linux Distributions

Some talk of lack of focus or waste of effort with the proliferation of GNU/Linux distros but SoftPedia announced, “We are proud to announce that we have just crossed the mark of 2,000 Linux distributions, right here on our Softpedia … Continue reading

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