‘We’re From Microsoft and We’ve Been Remotely Watching Your Computer’

Jane Cline

It’s getting harder and harder to scam little old ladies these days. They’ll just up and switch to Linux on you.

The Heart of Linux

We are going into our third year of […]

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Surprise! Microsoft Isn’t Blocking Linux on Lenovo Laptops

No Linux allowed

It was easy to place the blame on Microsoft in a knee-jerk reaction — and it didn’t help that a Lenovo representative placed blame firmly in Redmond’s lap. It appears, however, that Microsoft’s not involved, […]

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Carla Schroder: On Farming and Linux

Carla Shroder

One of the many things we like about Ms. Schroder is that she makes difficult technology easy to understand. She’s also fun to read. And as you’ll discover in this interview, she’s also a quick […]

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Torvalds at LinuxCon Part III: Permissive Licenses and Org Charts

Linus Torvalds, Dirk Hohndel, LinuxCon 2016

In the last of our three part series that began last week on Linus Torvalds’ keynote interview at this year’s LinuxCon, Linux’s lead developer talks about everything from up and coming operating systems in IoT […]

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Torvalds at LinuxCon Part II: Fragmentation and the GPL

Linus Torvalds, Dirk Hohndel, LinuxCon 2016

This is the second of a three part series that began last Tuesday on Linux Torvalds’ keynote interview at this year’s LinuxCon. In today’s segment, Torvalds talks about how the GPL has helped prevent fragmentation. […]

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