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Linux: Not for Lovers?

June 13, 2011 No Comments

Blog by Katherine Noyes

You just never know on any given day what’s waiting for you in the Linux blogosphere.

Some days, it’s fresh, awesome news of FOSS’ growing mainstream acceptance. Other days, well, it’s not.

Take last Thursday. Linux Girl was scouting around the blogosphere, as per usual, listening in on thread after thread of current discussion. Amid all the well-worn topics that have already been picked apart ad nauseum, however, one jumped out.

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