Monthly Archives: October 2007

What it’s Like Being On Digg’s Front Page

I learned a lot from having my story on Digg’s front page. Continue reading

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Linux Doesn’t Lack Drivers, it Lacks Complete Drivers

…when you have a piece of hardware primarily designed to do function X, but capable of Y and Z, you can’t support just feature X and consider that to be satisfactory. Unless every single feature of a given piece of hardware is pushed to the absolute limit by the software, then the user is not getting everything they have paid for in that hardware. Continue reading

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How to Make Major Purchasing Decisions

This is here for all the people who spend too much money on things they don’t need. This is for the people who buy things and then get upset only after making the purchase. This is for people without common sense. Learn to make a decision! Continue reading

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Linux is Desktop Ready for Most People

Desktop readiness isn’t a matter of yes or no. It’s a matter of how many. There are a number of desktop computers in the world. It’s not a question of whether or not Linux is ready for them or not. It’s a question of how many of them are ready for Linux. Continue reading

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