Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Jul 2006 20:46 UTC, submitted by Bryan
Apple The editors of, a popular Macintosh website and longtime Mac enthusiasts, have switched to Linux. "I've been making my living as Mac-specific developer for several years now... I was a true Mac die-hard," stated Bryan, who also runs a Mac software company, on his blog, "but the Macintosh community, with its bad attitudes and diva-esque nature, rained on my parade. Sure there were other reasons why I switched. But that was the tipping point."
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and about programs
by darkcoder on Thu 27th Jul 2006 06:44 UTC
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X Mac program is better than the one with Linux, Y Windows program is also better than the Linux one. just buls#$%

So that means all of you who has a Mac or Windows spend $499 every two years in a Microsoft Office upgrade, plus $600 in my Photoshop CS, and another $399 for Macromedia Flash, among others. Com'on get real, only those Web Designers who has a good income buy them, others, just copy them from their office desks to their personal computers.

I'm not a web designer, more a programmer and system administrator. All my PC's, even the one at work, runs on Linux. No problems with hardware ATM, stable, do my needs and I have no need for pirated software. Commercial software may offer more features, but for the price/features nothing beats F/OSS.

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