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Top 5 Linux references in pop-culture

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That ubiquitous Linux! It's on your computer, your mobile phone, your handheld GPS. What's more, it's also in movies, cartoons, comics and books around you too! Here are my top 5 Linux references as found in popular culture.

#5 – Dilbert
Well, if ever there was a mainstream comic strip that’s likely to mention Linux it’d have to be Dilbert. Many a software developer and network administrator has identified themself with the hapless engineer during his exploits.

On the 24th June, 1995, Dilbert’s companion, Wally, came across a portly bearded fellow of a certain age, perhaps somewhat like Santa Claus but darker and with an edge about him. The scruffy beard, the suspenders and the smug expression all combined to give him away.

#4 – The Mighty Avengers

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