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Linux beware: Microsoft acquires Novell, become UNIX copyright owner

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itwire.com: In a shock announcement, Microsoft has today taken majority ownership of software house Novell. This immediately gives the Redmond giant control of Novell's intellectual property assets including the legal copyright over UNIX.

April Fools' Jokes

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oooninja.com: Say April Fools' with five OpenOffice.org pranks. Open source has a sense of humor too!

Choosing your perfect Operating System

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aplawrence.com: Whatever your personality, whatever your social standing, there is a computer operating system that is just right for you.

Microsoft to Release Windows Linux!

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linugadgetech.blogspot: I was looking today at the packaging of my new Sabrent 3.5" internal card reader and noticed something very interesting on the front of the box. Do you see what I see? That's right, it lists Windows Linux.

Friday funnies for fun and groans

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toolbox.com/blogs: These will either make you laugh or groan. They are original and come straight from my twisted mind.

Song Parodies: Ubuntu's Full of User Guys

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Ubuntu's full of user guys
Their forums are insane
Whenever a new distro's out
My question is the same

"Doomed to Obscurity" - New Web Comic Launched

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penguinpetes.com: For a New Year's Day surprise, I'm finally launching the webcomic I've always wanted to do. It's called Doomed to Obscurity and if you give it time, it'll grow on you. Strip #1 is up today; subsequent strips will be published every odd-numbered calendar day.

If Santa Claus used Linux

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itwire.com: % time snow
% OneHorseOpenSleigh > fields
% banner lol

What If Windows Told You What It Was Really Doing

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linuxloop.com: Reading about Canonicals’ plans for application notifications, I got to wondering if the operating system could tell you what it was doing, too. Then I started wondering what would happen if Windows told you what it was really doing…

Christmas Jokes for Linux/Unix Geeks

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junauza.com: We hope you've enjoyed the “The 12 Bugs of Software” we've posted last week. As promised, we will keep the tech jokes coming because it's the season to be jolly (falalalala lalalala).

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