June 14, 2002
The desktop (machine) is dead, long live the laptop
dep writes: "It's a simple matter of economics, writes Rob Landley on Linux and Main: the notebook computer is increasingly where it's at in the desktop and workstation markets. He shoots down the anti-notebook arguments, and raises all the new ones in their favor. Linux on the laptop, he says, will soon be far more than Kenneth Harker's great site, though that site is likely to get busier and busier."