linuxtoday.com: I had one of those blinding brainflashes, the kind that left me wondering how could I have been such a blind beetle all these years, after reading the Freeform Dynamics report, Linux on the Desktop: Lessons from mainstream business adoption.
toolbox.com/blogs: In a recent comment to one of my articles it was mentioned that if Linux ran everything that windows does then windows would be out and Linux would be in. This particular comment started the Rube Goldberg thought processes in my mind.
danlynch.org/blog: Today I’d like to take a quick look at a distribution still in the early stages of development, but one that, in my opinion holds massive potential.
Docky: Move it To the Top of the Desktop, Add a MacOSX-like "Genie" Effect and Customize the Icons ZoomSubmitted by hotice on Saturday 30th of May 2009 04:09:51 PM Filed under
Docky, the new GNOME Do interface in the form of a dock, is getting more and more used and causes sensation among GNU / Linux users.
linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: Where is Linux going? This is a question a lot of forums hash over and argue about constantly.
informationweek.com: While Windows 7 has been brewing in Microsoft's labs, Linux has been maturing. We look at what each operating system is capable of today, and how they measure up against each other.
primaryschoolcomau.blogspot: I also wasn't sure how the kids would go navigating the Ubuntu interface that is slightly different to Windows. Within about 5 minutes some of them had worked out how to use the built-in video camera, change the wallpaper, customise the desktop and discover nearly all the bugs that I hadn't anticipated.
usalug-org.blogspot: Here with antiX M8.2 Test 1, running live. Let me tell you why I like antiX so much as a Live CD.
tuxradar.com: Do you attend or run a Linux User Group (LUG)? Looking for some fresh ideas to give it a new lease of life? Read on and discover how your LUG meetings can be more than a general Linux-related chit-chat down the local pub...
daniweb.com: Perhaps it's my role as the family computer guy that's leading me in this direction today but it seems to me that there should be Linux distributions that are age-oriented and age appropriate.