Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 18th Jul 2005 16:20 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Linux After AKAImBatman's wildly popular (and heavily criticized) look at what the future of the Linux Desktop might look like, Mr. Batman has decided to write a followup article where he attempts to clear up many of the misconceptions readers have about the original article. In addition, Mr. Batman uses the second part of the series to give technical details about how some of the concepts might be implemented.
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Linux on the Desktop
by Mystilleef on Mon 18th Jul 2005 17:12 UTC
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I think I'll repeat this until it sinks down people's head. When Linux, the Desktop, has a billion dollar per year marketing team it will begin to smell more market share.

Linux ain't difficult to use or broken, geeks just have a completely retarded view about the intelligence humans possess. Call it hubris.

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