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Which Server to Pick?

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  • Ubuntu Server 9.10 - Review and Commentary
  • Linux vs Windows – Which Server to Pick?

Linux for "DoublePlusHuman"

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nuxified.org/blog: I have a purpose in life. It is the evolution of what I call "DoublePlusHuman" which represents a human individual that is free of all self-contradiction, superstition and coercion. That is the ideal and every progress towards it in my view comes with a tremendous world changing potential.

10 Netbook-oriented Linux Distributions... and Counting

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junauza.com: I can say that Linux on netbook is gaining momentum right now contrary to what others believe. Just take a look at the growing number of Linux distributions that are optimized for netbooks. For those of you who are interested, I've compiled a list of well-known, netbook-oriented Linux distributions.

Slitaz Linux: Zero to Distro in 30 MB!

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linuxologist.com: As a small (30 MB), quick-to-boot distro, SliTaz is entering a field well-served by the likes of DSL and Puppy Linux. When going up against such heavyweights, SliTaz must offer something truly remarkable to distinguish itself.

Google and the Future of Linux

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igneousquill.net: If I said Google's been getting a lot of press lately, that wouldn't mean much. Google always seems to get a lot of press. It could be my imagination, of course, but it really feels like there's been an uptick of chatter about Google these days.

Linux Against Poverty 2010 is a go...

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Blog of Helios: Lynn Bender of geekaustin.com has announced that he is beginning preparations for Linux Against Poverty 2010. I was pleasantly surprised to find that 25 people volunteered for the event within an hour of the announcement.

10 Ridiculous Reasons Not To Use Linux

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penguininside.blogspot: I often ask people why they don't like to use Linux on their desktop, some people actually gave me these reasons. Here are top 10 reasons, which are often used by people to avoid use of Linux on their desktops.

Some of the Best Linux Videos

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ubuntulinuxhelp.com: I had some spare time over lunch today, and revisited some of the best Linux video links that have been sent to me.

7 Fabulous Gifts For Your Favorite Linux/FOSS Geek

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linuxplanet.com: The best part about being a grownup is you can be your own favorite Linux/FOSS geek and buy yourself nice things. Here are some cool gift ideas for this holiday season. Or any time of year, because excellent adult toys know no seasons.

10 Windows features I would like to see in Linux

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blogs.techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen recently looked at how certain Linux features might improve Windows. Now he lists some things about Windows that could improve Linux.

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