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Proposal to bundle student books with Linux

If we bundle books on mathematics, physics, chemistry, English and so on with various Linux
distributions could we then help the world population to educate themselves?

With standard common books there are various possibilities for social interactions like emerging
forums. So if the user gets stuck on page nine he could probably get the help from others in any time of the day.

One neat feature of an electronic book is the possibility to link information. Here we could have
approved informative comments for those boring math books.

Further, the use of a creative commons type license could mean that the books improves over time.

If we do this we will forever change the way we look at an operating system.



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