deindre.wordpress: Ubuntu 11.04 has been released, and I’m very happy about it. But I’m sorry i will not use Unity. For many reason.
pcworld.com: West Virginia is leading the nation in technology innovation. Not the kind of innovation involved in designing computer chips, but in an equally important kind of innovation--social innovation in expanding access to computers, broadband Internet, and computer training.
dwasifar.com: An ocean of virtual ink, in the form of electrons flying around the internet from blogs and forum posts, has been spilled discussing Ubuntu 11.04 and its Unity interface. I promised myself I would give it a shot, and I am.
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andyjamison.com: In a rather long blog post I wrote several months ago, I compared my first looks at the Fedora 15 Alpha and Ubuntu 11.04 beta. I also promised that once each one of these distributions was released I was going to do a more in depth review of each one.
omgubuntu.co.uk: Plans on improving the Ubuntu Software Centre on Ubuntu 11.10 have been outlined at the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Budapest this morning.
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desktoplinuxreviews.com: Lubuntu uses the LXDE desktop environment, a much simpler and faster alternative to Unity, GNOME and KDE. Lubuntu also users PCmanfm as its file manager, and comes with Chromium as its default browser. Openbox is Lubuntu’s window manager.
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arstechnica.com: Ubuntu 11.04, codenamed Natty Narwhal, rose from the depths last week. The update brings a number of significant new features to the Linux-based operating system. It includes a much-improved refresh of the Unity shell and a number of other significant improvements throughout the application stack.