"For those who haven't heard, Eazel, a company noted for its development of a
newly refined Linux User Interface, recently went under. The company is gone for
good. Sad as that is, we must move on.
Some are touting this event as the beginning of the end for Linux's chances as a
desktop OS. Unfortunately, the pundits making these claims are assuming that
Linux's way into the desktop could only have been achieved by cloning
Microsoft's software and application-development philosophies.
Most of us within the Linux trenches see things much differently." Read more at osOpinion.