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RMS GNU/Linux-Libre!

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fsf.org/blogs: RMS GNU/Linux-Libre is a project to create a complete free software distribution of GNU/Linux that's small enough to run on a USB key, or pendrive.

Turn your netbook into a portable music studio with Indamixx USB stick

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liliputing.com: Indamixx has been putting out custom netbooks designed for creating and editing music for a year or two now. Now the company is offering Indamixx Portable Studio USB Stick Version for netbooks and laptops.

Linux users, get your Windows refund today

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zdnet.co.uk/blog: The problem of the "Windows Tax" as some call it, is that PCs are being offered by vendors with Windows, for less than systems that have Linux.

Small distro, big ego

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dedoimedo.com: Dedoimedo lemma to happy computing states that the fanaticism of a Linux user is inversely proportional to the size of the user base for the said distro.

Telling the Linux Story

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itworld.com: If you were one of the 106.5 million people who watched the Super Bowl this year, you very likely caught the now (more) famous Google ad, "Parisian Love." I got to thinking about the search field as a storytelling metaphor the other day when I had yet another occasion to explain to a technological newcomer just exactly what Linux and open source was.

Fedora 13 Features Preview

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blog.taragana.com: It's almost time for Fedora 13 feature freeze and we hardly expect any new last minute additions. With most accepted Fedora 13 features highlighted on Fedora Project Wiki we decided to provide a comprehensive preview of the Linux distribution.

Linux stays single while others are married

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toolbox.com/blogs: There are all types of people in this world of all different nationalities, political and religious affiliations as well as languages. However, they all have something in common. They are either married or they are single. When it comes to our digital computing friends it is a similar situation.

Arch is failing me!

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celettu.wordpress: I’ve been posting less and less here, simply because I’ve been very happy with my system as it was. My distribution of choice is Arch, my DE of choice is KDE, and my applications of choice are Pidgin, Chromium, Amarok (yes, it’s back), and Transmission. I don’t need more, and I was happy. However.

AT&T: Linux is why the Internet isn't Working

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: They asked the question that all tech support are bound to ask "What operating system are you running?" Before I could say anything my landlord chimed in with "I think he uses Linux or something like that."

How to sell Linux to IT consulting clients

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blogs.techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen shares tips on how to pitch Linux to clients. He also explains how convincing a client to go with Linux can have long-term benefits for your consultancy.

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