"We know from OS/2 that without applications, superior operating systems drown on the desktop. To capture market share, Linux needs
applications such as a low-cost accounting packages like QuickBooks, applications to run education software found on Macintosh and
Windows computers, a contact management suite similar to Act 2000, and a calendaring and messaging suite similar to Outlook and
Notes." More at OSOpinion.com.
March 29, 2001