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Ubuntu World Domination in progress

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The old question always used to be if linux will ever be as widely used as Windows. For years there were always comments on how Linux was ready for the desktop and getting more and more popular.

Well, Ubuntu is clearly the Borg of Linux, users are being converted quicker than a Scientology rally.

Any time I see anything that is brown or orange, Ubuntu springs to mind. And to get everything Ubuntu all together in one nice little (read: huge) social network, there are two new additions to the Ubuntu world domination strategy

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