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Conversion Tales From the Land of Linux

February 3, 2011 No Comments

For those of us on the Linux side of the fence, it can be hard to keep quiet about our favorite operating system. After all, there’s no multimillion-dollar marketing icon inline shop Conversion Tales From the Land of Linux budget at work to counteract all the promotion that comes out of Redmond, in particular, so many of us feel it our duty to sing Linux’s praises loud and clear.

Are such efforts successful? As with any marketing campaign — formal or informal — the results can be difficult to measure. The TuxRadar blog recently took it upon itself to try, however, through an open poll in which it asked readers, “Have you ever converted anyone to Linux?”

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