helpmerick.com: Computers started making their way into homes, en masse, 15 years ago. After 15 years, computer users should not be afraid of using their computer.
eweek.com: Ubuntu 9.04 works and it's free, but is that enough? Not quite, according to this list of pros and cons.
phoronix.com: Paper cuts are rather trivial usability bugs that are small, but in one way or another could impair the Linux desktop. The first ten of the one hundred paper cuts for Ubuntu 9.10 have now been determined.
edtechdev.blogspot: I've been using Ubuntu Linux as my sole operating system for two years now, ever since before I became a professor. The switch was completely painless as I had already been using the same software on Windows and the Mac for years.
kcdataworks.com: I am frequently asked about Open Source software and operating systems such as Ubuntu. Many people are curious if these alternatives to Microsoft and Apple are legitimate and usable. My answer typically is something to the effect of "It depends on what you want to do with it...".
workswithu.com: Like many multinational corporations, Microsoft has embraced social networking as a means of making customers feel like participants, not just end users, in a Microsoft community. When it comes to community-building, however, Microsoft is fighting an uphill battle against the open-source world.
ubuntusatanic.org: You may know that we used to have a cafepress store which sold t-shirts and stickers. Well, it seems that Canonical is enforcing their intellectual property rights over the Ubuntu name. The store is now closed.
pinstack.blogspot: I don't know about you, but i'm damn excited about the upcoming version of Ubuntu, so it better deliver! Aside from a new Ubiquity slideshow for new users, what specific things are there to look forward to?
linuxloop.com: The tradition in Ubuntu seems to be to include one or two versions of the default wallpaper and call it done. In Karmic Koala (9.10), though, Ubuntu seems to be shifting more towards the Windows 7 style.
blogs.zdnet.com: It is time for open source advocates to take off the rose-colored glasses and ask if Ubuntu — more appropriately its Canonical business arm headed by Mark Shuttleworth — is ever going to be a factor below the server level.