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'A Week with Windows 8' and Other Tales of Linuxy Virtue

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Few would deny that the Seven Heavenly Virtues are all characteristics worth striving for, but lately the Linux blogosphere has afforded more than a few shining examples.

Linux Girl would like to highlight two of them.

Exhibit A: Charity and Kindness

First, in response to the appeal circulated throughout the blogosphere last month, the Linux community wasted no time in stepping up to the challenge and went above and beyond to help legendary advocate and hero for kids, Ken Starks.

"I don't want or need any more money," Starks wrote in a follow-up post at the end of the month. "Thomas and I decided that donations should be stopped when we reached, the then unheard of amount of 50 thousand dollars.

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