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Regional Show Highlights Community Strength

As we prepare for the big LinuxCon event in Portland, OR this September 21-23, other notable shows and events are popping up on the radar for the Linux community to attend. One show that gets a big mention for me is the seventh annual Ohio LinuxFest.

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Patient Care Enhanced by Linux Solution

Even as health care costs grow, hospitals and health care centers are constantly looking for ways to cut operating expenses. The cynical would say this is just to increase their profit margins, but that is not always the case. Some hospitals need to cut back  to avoid layoffs, or closing a cutting-edge facility, or just survive in a world where patients who have insurance can often pick and choose which hospital they are admitted, and the patients who don't may not be able to foot their own medical bills in a timely manner.

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Linux as Messenger of Freedom

  My weekend was a nice balance of relaxation and thinking--provided by a good book (The Unincorporated Man), a trip to the beach, and a very thought-provoking question from a Linux.com reader.
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Brockmeier: Addressing Linux Challenges at LinuxCon

Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier is a stable fixture in the Linux community, spreading the word about Linux and open source to all who will listen...
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Changing the Desktop Metaphor

Let's talk about windows. No, not Windows. Windows--the kind made out of glass.
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