Linked by David Adams on Tue 4th Jan 2005 17:22 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews OSNews "sat down" with Linspire CEO Michael Robertson for a Q&A about his company's efforts as the banner-carrier for Linux-on-the-desktop. We discussed the upcoming Linux Desktop Summit in San Diego and the perceptions and realities of the obstacles to widespread desktop Linux use. Linspire also extended a special offer to OSNews readers: a free download of Linspire and a 30 day CNR subscription, so put yourself in Granny's shoes (not literally, please) and give it a try. Correction: The free offer expires on January 15.
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by Don Reynoolds on Tue 4th Jan 2005 18:21 UTC

From the article:
"Apple makes great products, but they are very, very expensive."

I do not find Apple products very expensive, you cannot put a price on quality. I will pay for quality, thinking you will save by going cheap or some product that is inferior thinking you are getting by is absurd.

I guess he was trying to say that his 'Linspire' is better quality than Apple but at a lower price. I don't think so, better luck next time.

Don Reynolds
Apple user and developer