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Crowd movements: the OSR and Linux

On October 5, 1991 Linus Torvalds released the code for a little operating system called Linux.  Under the license, it allowed others to take that code, make any changes they wished and release it as their own, provided they release their source code as well. Over ten years later Wizards of the Coast released the […]

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Ubuntu 11.04

The biggest news I had heard about 11.04 was the debut of the Unity interface.  A refinement on the interface used on the Ubuntu Netbook Remix, Unity is Canonical’s vision of what a desktop interface for the future should be.  With Ubuntu’s rapid release schedule, was enough time given to have Unity ready for a […]

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Ubuntu 10.10

As the most current review I’ve written for a Linux OS, the first thing you may notice is that I’ve changed the title for this review.  Previous reviews have been titled “Linux Review:…”, while here I simply title it as an Ubuntu review.  Why the change?  I realized that it isn’t a really big deal […]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

If you are celebrating this holiday, I wish you great memories and safe travels. As usual I haven’t updated this in forever. I think the main thing is I need to find a better way to write and upload new posts, as using the website isn’t as great as a dedicated app or such would […]

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Fedora 12

Intro I’ve used Fedora off and on ever since the first release.  As a fan of Redhat 9 at the time, I was interested to see where this new project would go.  Fedora’s stated goal was to offer a desktop environment but also provide the latest technologies (even if they hadn’t been well-tested yet).  For […]