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Is Ubuntu killing content?

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Much has been said about the so-called “user-experience” in Ubuntu, which drastically needs to be improved if it is to compete with mainstream operating systems like OSX and Windows. It’s a nefarious term and depends upon how one defines “user” and what kind of “experience” the user requires.

Most mainstream OS have focused on multimedia, the ability to create and manage content.

Ubuntu is a long shot away from coming close to the kind of integrated content management one has on OSX.

Ubuntu is rather a coders-paradise, one which could actually be killing productivity and content in the process.

It is not just the code distractions which drive one away from content creation in the first place, but the way Ubuntu relates to content as an afterthought.

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