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Call it Netbook, Smartbook, or “Low-Cost Small Notebook PC” - It is Great for Linux

You say potato I say; are we really talking about this? At Computex this week we saw two new computing “categories” created. It has long been marketing 101 in the high tech world to try and define a category of computing based on metrics that favor your own particular market position...
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How You Can Protect Linux and Get YourName@Linux.com

Since we launched the Linux Foundation, I’ve been amazed at the passion and willingness to help of Linux users worldwide. This out-pouring of support especially is evident when Linux seems threatened — by a lawsuit, attack by a company, or a combination of the two.
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The Myth of the Freeloading User

A few years back, when I was volunteering at a local hospital's front desk, a delivery courier came in and asked where the lab was, since he had a rush delivery...
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Canola Project’s GPLv3 Permissions are Worth a Look

Article Source Jim Zemlin's Blog
June 1, 2009, 7:42 am

There was an interesting announcement from Eduardo Lima of the Canola project in his speech in Mozilla Maemo Danish Weekend yesterday in Brazil.

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Yet More Reading

Somebody in the comments wondered how I have time to read so much.. Part of it is simply that reading is my only real hobby (scuba? Sure - one week a year. Reading? 51 weeks a year).
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