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February’s Top Ten

These are the ten most read articles on FOSS Force for the month of January, 2015.

1. Welcome the New Breed of Linux Users by Christine Hall. Published February 2, 2015. Linux use is no longer the exclusive domain of geeks and computer nerds.

2. How About a Chromebook on Steroids? by Jim Anderson. Published […]

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January’s Top Ten

These are the ten most read articles on FOSS Force for the month of January, 2015.

1. Saying Goodbye to Java the Hard Way by Ken Starks. Published January 20, 2015. A look across the chasm between FOSS idealism and FOSS pragmatism.

2. Top Ten Things Linux Users Say About systemd by FOSS Force staff. […]

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Update, The Last Ken

Ken is home now and he’s writing emails. We know this, because we got one already. His friend Ed Matthews has also been being kept informed, and this is his latest dispatch:

Ken has been home 24 plus hours

Got to talk with Diane a little after lunch. Ken was asleep and Roxie, her daughter […]

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Update: Ken’s Getting Back to His Old Cantankerous Self

It’s all good news on the Ken front.

On the same day that we posted our last update, we received an actual honest-to-goodness email from Ken, who certainly wasn’t short of things to complain about. The short of the matter is that he’s in a hurry to get out of the hospital and back home. […]

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Mea Culpas & Cranky Patients Named Ken

FOSS Week in Review

One of the most discussed items of the week, arriving with much fanfare, comes from our friends at Canonical/Ubuntu, who brought you Ubuntu TV and Ubuntu Edge — oh wait, they said they’d bring them but never actually delivered — and who now wants to be the operating system behind the […]

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