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Why Ubuntu isn’t for New Linux Users

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I was getting a bit tired of saying the same things over and over to friends on the net. I was getting tired of repetitiously posting in forums the same sentiment over and over. Yet, just like getting a second wind in a long and tiring race…my tiredness melts away and I find myself feeling […]

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New Category, New Direction

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So I’ve decided to write a bit more for the blog again. Too many editorials/Rants regarding stupidity/injustice in Linux have been published as of late. This portrays the wrong purpose for Yet Another Linux Blog. I originally started the blog to serve as a place where I could chronicle my search for the best Linux […]

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Why Open Source Isn’t Succeeding…part II

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*Editors note: The following sentence was removed from the first paragraph of #3: “Even as recently as November 2004, there has been talk from the kernel developers about a fork in the kernel” It was removed along with the link to an article from November 2004 due to it being an erroneous reference and based […]

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Why Open Source Isn’t Succeeding

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“It’s not the big that beats the small; it’s the fast that beats the slow.” Niklas Zennstrom There was a time early in the dawn of computers where .edu’s and .orgs co-mingled ideas and thoughts via IRC and newsgroups in a conducive and non-proprietary way. The great ideas that were born from this still thrive […]

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