Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 15th Feb 2009 12:24 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes It was a fun week for OSNews, with many interesting debates on polarising subjects such as the global menubar in GNOME, Chrome using Gtk+ on Linux, and Cuba moving to Linux. We also took a look at Haiku, talked to Nicki Clyne and the CEO of Lunascape, and reported on a few releases of small operating systems. This week's My Take is about the economic crisis.
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In Brazil...
by Jason Bourne on Mon 16th Feb 2009 12:40 UTC
Jason Bourne
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I live in Brazil and the same goes for me as Thom, I remain unaffected. I think people around here are OK with it as well. Looks like this crisis is affecting mostly the wealthiest businessmen for some reason, and it's not touching the regular people. I think it's worse in the USA, no wonder why, 8 years with an under-the-hood dictator spending billions in wars and ammo left alone in-house matters. That's the price to pay now. Who said that the world needs to go along with the USA?

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